The game itself is available here.
- A dot is one of the small and big dots on the game plan,
- A point is a big dot on the game plan.
- Your aim is to draw as many lines as possible.
- To draw a line, click once on the point where it should start, and once in the direction it should be drawn in.
- A line can be drawn in eight directions, either horizontal, vertical or diagonal and it always stretches four points/dots away from the origin.
- To draw a line, 4 of the 5 dots the line goes though, must be points (bigger).
- If a line is drawn through five points (big), you gain one extra "available point" which could be used later.
- Available points will be used automatically if you attempt to draw a line without the necessary 4 points, or if you do not have enough available points, the line cannot be drawn.
- Lines cannot overlap, but they can start in the same points.
- There are four different game plans to play on.
- To show places where it is possible to start a line, check the "Hints?"-box in the game.
- After clicking on the place to start a line, a blue line indicates that a line might be drawn in a direction, while a red line indicates that a line cannot be drawn.
- Use Undo to undo the last line drawn.
- Use Redo to redo the last undo-operation, if any.
- Use New to start from scratch.
- Use the popup-menu called Game plans: to change between the four available game plans.
- The game plan grows bigger when lines are drawn near the edges, however there is a maximum board size of 33x33 points.
- A hiscore system for the game is also planned.
The idea was obtained from an Amiga game made by Mika Kortelainen in 1992-94 and is used with permission.