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Quantum Of Light

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Vortex 25 Points

Complete 5th level

Spectrum 50 Points

Clear the first eight levels.

Crystal 100 Points

Complete 16th level

Master 100 Points

Complete all 24 levels

Secret Medal ????? Points

Unlock this medal to learn its secrets!

Author Comments

Guide the Photon flows towards the target Crystal in this tranquil educational puzzle. Click/Tap to rotate the in-game tiles and change the angle of rebounding in order to navigate the photon flow properly. With each success you will be rewarded with a piece of knowledge about Electromagnetic Spectrum and the “invisible” for the human eye energies. Complete all 24 levels and open all pages from the Encyclopedia of Light!

Mouse Left Click – rotate tiles clockwise
Mouse Right Click – rotates counter clockwise
P – pause game
R – restart game
M – mute audio

Lock tiles by clicking on them while holding the SHIFT key.
Unlock using the same technique or by double clicking.

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my only problems with this game is that it caused be to fail my science test by teaching me that light comes out of magical cannons and can be redirected by blue stones.

Fun, short, requires some thinking. Also a great secret medal! 10/10

Great job bro! This game is AMAZING!!!

Very challenging and informative.

Absolutely fantastic puzzle game. Made me think in a way I haven't. When I went back to replay it I found that I could beat the levels faster not because I knew the solution to the problem but because I was able to abstract the concepts presented faster because of what I learned the first time around. The knowledge bits you earned at the end was a nice cherry on top, a great example of how games have the capability of teaching without it being the main focus.

Foumart responds:

I'm glad that you enjoyed the game. Thank you!