The basic concept of this game is the same as in
manipulate (in this case: place) tiles to guide a marble (or other
moving entity). But while these games are arcadish in nature, Track
is a turn-based strategy that you play against the computer.
The rules of the game are simple: If you are the one who places
the tile that makes the ball roll into the top right target field,
you've won. If you are the one who places a tile that makes the
ball roll of the sides, you've lost. That's all.
The colors of the game are completely configurable. It should
be possible to set them in a way that the game becomes playable on
a notebook with LCD screen. The window can be resized at will. Track
runs under Win32s, except that it cannot
announce who has won.
- Author: Derek Smith
- Year: 1996
- Country of Origin: