A downloadable Amiga game
THIS GAME IS 100% FREE, BUT, IF YOU LIKE IT, PLEASE OFFER SOME SUPPORT TO SOMEBODY WHO IS A VICTIM OF ANY KIND OF VIOLENCE.
SLIDE THE TILES AND UNVEIL THE MESSAGE
Follix is a puzzle game heavily inspired by Atomix, a game from 1990 where the player had to build chemical molecules by connecting correctly the atoms they were made of. Using similar mechanics, in each of its 30 levels, Follix challenges the player to build a piece of a message by sliding in the correct places the tiles that contain the relevant text characters.
Follix has been written in AMOS Professional 2.00, without third-party add-ons. However, thanks to the self-produced ALS engine, it is a proper AGA game. It sports 8 bitplanes, 24-bit colors, multiple layers, translucency, (cross)fade-in/out effects, alpha-cycling effects and crystal clear audio (including 14-bit speech samples)!
Amiga computer, AGA chipset, 700 kB of CHIP RAM, 350 kB of other RAM, PAL display, stereo loudspeakers, keyboard and/or digital joystick/joypad, 760 kB of storage space (if installed), 5 units of NVRAM (on an Amiga CD³² without other storage capabilities)