OverLight is an addictive game with an unique concept using glass blocks and laser beams - you break the right blocks, lasers get redirected and intersect, overheat and explode the blocks for which you receive points. You can even chain the explosions into combos, but you must think fast, the clock is ticking! Your goal is old classic: Get as many points as possible. The game also contains various other features to enhance the gameplay and make it more rich and varied - special blocks, power-ups, power-downs (nasty pests!) and variety of levels in several game modes.
After a pause (sorry! I was quite busy with other work recently) OverLight is back on the track with updates. With the new version, you can try the Time Attack mode, which will challenge you to top your previous score in each one of the levels and hopefully make the game more interesting.
It also includes various tweaks and changes based on the feedback from you - the players. For example many people found the score text overlay quite annoying, so I changed it, so it's displayed only at the end of a combo. Or if you don't like the colorful background, you can now darken it or turn if off completely in the settings.
The new version is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Android on Desura and on Google Play! Stay tuned for future updates!
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