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Apr 21, 2010 | 3:15 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Levels 1-8: tch?v=Q4Pmn_mumyE
Levels 9-15: tch?v=ldZEHquZInE

The "Gates of logic" is a mix of platform and a puzzle game. Player has to run across the 15 levels, jumping on platforms, avoiding sharp spikes etc. But that's not everything - the most important part is the puzzle part. On every level Player finds set of gates, inputs and outputs on the walls, connected with each other with wires. Some outputs control forcefields, other elevators, and some are powering the level exit. They all operate in binary system, controlled by laws of logic. Using gates such as AND, OR etc. player has to achieve desired state on the output in order to advance.

Arrow keys left and right or A and D to move
up arrow or W to jump
SPACE to interact with highlighted objects
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 to select gate
Q and E or [ ] to cycle through gates
Esc or P to pause



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 21, 2010

It's a fun little game but...

how do I die when I touch the side of the spikes by walking into them? Is it a glitch or was it meant to be that way?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 21, 2010

It's my intro EE class all over again!

Great game man. I thoroughly enjoyed your creativity in making circuitry into a game.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 21, 2010

Nice, but confusing.

I like it, but the first level with the virus was too boring.
Spice it up, or something.


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 21, 2010

Switching Theory in a game!

This is great! It's about time we created more games to gain some interest in electrical engineering. I really like the concept of using logic gates to solve puzzles. Hopefully this game gets medals to get even more exposure.