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The Light Corridor
Publisher: Infogrames     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1990

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Genres : 3D / Puzzle

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# 17 - Dec 90

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Carole wrote ...2002-05-08 17:10:55
This was a very strange 3D game of skill, but very addictive once you got used to it. You had control of a paddle and were located in a 3D corridor. The goal was to go to the end of the corridor, where you had to play a 3D tile-breaking style game to go on to the next corridor. Each corridor included many wall separations of diverse sizes (some on the left, some on the right, some on top or bottom of the corridor) and many bonuses to catch, or bad things to avoid You had to throw your ball into the corridor and advance in it as fast as you could, while making sure to catch the ball when it came back to you from the depths of the corridor (the ball would bounce on any walls, separators, etc.) The game was control with the mouse, which made it quite playable. A nice little game all in all, which you will find on Automation's disk# A_363 -- works with Steem 2.2.)