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Macworld's Game Room has posted a review of Garage Games' TubeTwist. The unique puzzle game enlists players in the effort to find a missing professor. To accomplish this task players must reconstruct her experiments using a variety of pieces. The Game Room gave TubeTwist four and a half out of five mice.
Piecing together your equipment is a simple matter of pointing and clicking. You can zoom in or out as needed or change position to get a better view. A control console updates you on your energy capacity, your supplies, and your progress. If you mess up and need to start over, you can press the reset button to return to square one. The full review can be found at the link below.
Macworld Game Room: TubeTwist Review
You have an unlimited number of chances to figure out each puzzle. When you think you’ve got a working solution, you can activate your machine. If the Macrotons crash and burn, well, you just shut it off and start moving pieces around again. There are 80 levels in all. Once you’ve registered the game (by paying your $20), you can save your puzzle solutions and refer back to them later.
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