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Monday, December 17, 2007
Motnxoqe is a rather clever strategy game of a variety that I don't recall ever seeing before. You have no direct control over the units in your "army", instead placing and removing road blocks on the map with the left mouse button. Any units that encounter an obstacle, either a wall or a roadblock, will turn 90 degrees clockwise and continue on their way.

You must guide your army (represented by the blue numbers) to the enemy base and destroy all enemy units on the screen to clear each stage. The key to victory is passing your units through the PI symbols located around the map, which will increase the value of your units and allow them to take out multiple enemy units before before being destroyed.

You can shift your view around with the arrow keys or the right mouse button, although I found the mouse technique to be somewhat cumbersome.

Name: Motnxoqe
Developer: N.I.
Category: Game
Type: Freeware
Size: 76KB
Download page: Click here
Direct download link: Click here
Blogger Tim said at 12/17/2007 12:37:00 PM:  
Jesus.. color me addicted
Blogger Tim said at 12/18/2007 12:05:00 PM:  
What? Only 10 levels?

I honestly thought they were randomly generated >.> Uh, with that said I wish they had done some better/more interesting/more goal driven level layouts. It just felt like a bunch of random shit thrown on the screen. For example, a puzzle mode could be interesting.

I love the mechanics and I greatly enjoyed the game. Wish there was more.
Blogger Pip said at 12/22/2007 12:17:00 PM:  
Sounds like ChuChu Rocket. That game needs a DS release.