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DOS Games > Puzzle Games > L > Logical for DOS

Logical

Genre: Puzzle    |     Year: unknown    |     Publisher: unknown    |     Developer: unknown
Game Review (written by Wrenwag1963) Added on: 10/21/2009
This was an exceptional game, which I thoroughly enjoyed in the good old days of Dos. Very entertaining but very addictive. I used to spend hours and hours playing this game but never got to complete it at all.
Logical is a different kind of puzzle game to the many that have come out of the years, I remember my first PC it was the bees knees in them days and I used to buy many games but this was my favorite.
9/10 for lasting ability and there is a level editor built in with the game which I also loved to do if I got stuck on a level.
An exceptional game, which I am sure, many PC users remember, better than some of the puzzle games nowadays. Logical is a game of speed and wit, you have to get the balls in the right holes with the right colors, can be a bit difficult at first, but once you get the idea you seem speed through a few levels.
This should have a warning on the label "very addictive" and many hours of time, goes buy when playing
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this game. I love the puzzle genre, which is rare on PCs currently; they should bring back many of these old puzzle games.
 
 
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Barrowman (02/23/2010)
Probably my favourite game ever! It is utterly addictive and should have a health warning - you won't believe how many hours you will spend trying to complete the levels. Sometimes you will hit a "sticky" level and it will take ages to finish it. You then realise it is 3am and you have been playing Logical for 6 hours without a break . but . you just can't resist trying the next level. Some of the levels used to frustrate the heck out of me but once I had cracked them, I found myself returning to those games, testing myself to see if I could complete them again, or more quickly, or gain more points. The great thing about this game is that when you have completed all 99 levels, you are then able to invent your own puzzles, adding in as many locks and other restrictions as you want, varying the speed of release, and adding time limits. Excellent time waster but make sure you have refreshments close by and be aware that you will find your mind wandering off into the world of exploding marbles when you least expect it!
 
 
Anthonyashworth (03/30/2009)
I had this on the commodore amiga way back in the early nineties and in my view is one of the best puzzlers ever and an absolute must have, Download it now!

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