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Transmission is a mind-bending puzzle game where you create communication networks and reveal their strengths.

- 70 levels with 146 stars to collect
- 7 unlockable worlds
- Easy to learn, tough to master
- In-game trophies
- Features music by David Kanaga

By connecting transmitters and receivers, you will send information around increasingly complex networks. As you progress, you will discover six networks that have transformed the way we communicate, each with its own unique gadgets and gizmos. Featuring a vibrant soundtrack by David Kanaga, stylish graphics and hours of fun, challenging gameplay.
This game accompanies the Science Museum’s Information Age gallery, which celebrates 200 years of innovation in information and communication technologies.

How to play
Drag signal connections using your mouse to link Transmitters and Receivers.

Signals move information cubes between components. Fill all receivers with their required amount of information to complete a level!

Bonus stars can be collected individually, you don’t have to complete all of them at once.

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best game ever.....

This is such a bizarre yet very fun and relaxing puzzle game.

Usually I'm not into puzzle games at least because I'm often not good at them but I like this one. ^^;

The music reminds me of Wii stuff or something like the Virtual Console or Wii Series like Wii Sports and Wii Play, or the menu screen for DS/3DS. Something like that...

This is one of the few games that I WANT to restart and do again. It's that good.

I just got YERY hooked with this game, which features puzzles, a little music, and some cool information about network types. This game mixes education and gaming which adds unique graphics, audio, particles, and challenging side missions.

Calm and relaxing brain-twister. That's a nice and rare find. The tutorial is immersive and simple, yet the game's difficulty grows at good pace and ends up stumping me quite a few times. Really nice.

Credits & Info

4.52 / 5.00

Oct 29, 2014
8:47 AM EDT
Puzzles - Other
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