Object: visit as many passages as possible.
Click the board to drop your man. Then click a target position. Your man can move in any of the four main directions, over empty positions, and through open passages. Each passage you walk through or enter turns by 90°.
Dropping the man does not cause a rotation.
Visited passages turn orange.
You win if you have visited all passages. You lose if you are stalemated.
There are eight challenges with fixed setups and four challenges with randomized setups.
Counts the number of passages you have been to.
Number of passages.
Number of moves played.
Click to go back one move.
Reset the game to the starting position.
This game was originally published as the Zillions game "Passages" by the same author.
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