In 1985, at a time when a home computer for most has been the subject of unfulfilled fantasies, our compatriot Dmitry Pavlovsky gave life to the game named Lapi. Once again, friends, we have blown away the dust off an ancient artifact that was at the beginning of the formation of our game development, no matter how loudly it may sound. The arcade title of the great is not meant – it is moderately complex, moderately cute and completely unobtrusive.
Like any classic arcade game and pastaviga genres, Lapi has simple controls and appearance: in this case, a rectangular playing field is divided into red and green halves, it limits the fly balls of the same color and one is orange – the color of the walls. The essence of the process is reduced to throwing balls in half, painted in an appropriate color – it is necessary to vertically move the barrier, altering the position of holes in it. Thus, the player catches the "gates" need the ball and gets points, and passed through the hole in the orange ball allows you to earn bonus points.
The level of complexity depends on the number of balls inside the field and on the velocity of motion, however the game is still limited by time, so to relax will not work. However, this situation does not irritate, and communication with the game brings a lot of positive emotions and stirs passion! For the brilliant idea of a game that could be a starting point for many beautiful clones, Lapi deserves an average rating and takes place in our collection.
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