In each level, you're presented with a broken circuit board that you must fix by sliding the tiles around the grid. You must make sure the current reaches the positive end of the circuit without causing a short circuit, and light up all the light bulbs if any are present.

This game is complete as it is but I'm open to any suggestions to improve it. It's also totally free but donations are welcome!

How to play

Click and hold a tile, move the cursor in the direction you want it to move and release the mouse button. The tile will slide one square in that direction. When you want to turn the current on, click on the green "play" button. You can click on it a second time to speed it up. If you make a mistake, click on the button again to clear the current.

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorDavid Jalbert
Made withUnity
TagsCasual, circuit, electronic, Experimental, sliding, Touch-Friendly, Unity
Average sessionA few seconds
InputsMouse, Touchscreen
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly, One button


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Lol I did level 17 in just three moves XD

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I saw from a forum post you had a downloadable version but I'm just seeing the browser version here... That aside, I'm quite liking the idea and theme, although I've seen similar "connect the path" puzzles before. The graphics are pretty beautiful as well. One weird thing I notice is that the timer keeps counting when you click the "go" button... Shouldn't that be paused to keep better track of the time?