Enigma 0.60 Released

December 24th, 2002 by michael

Daniel Heck announced the release of Enigma 0.60. Enigma is a puzzle game inspired by Oxyd on the Atari ST and Rock’n’Roll on the Amiga. Changes include:

  • Nearly 40 new levels,
  • Improved graphics,
  • Many new game objects (ice, magnets, white marbles, …),
  • Mouse speed can be changed in the options menu and during the game (left and right arrow keys),
  • Sound and music volume can be configured,
  • Enigma now remembers which levels you already completed,
  • Faster screen updates, and
  • Softscrolling in some levels.

Enigma can be downloaded here, and some screenshots are available here.

Even though we’ve reported on it three times before, I’ve never personally taken a look at the game. It looks quite nice, I hope to try it out once they have an OS X package available.

3 Responses to “Enigma 0.60 Released”

  1. root_42 Says:

    I loved Oxyd, back in the early 90’s. And although Enigma has still some catch-up to do in terms of how the marble “feels”, it is pretty much excellent. Definitely one of the best GPL’ed games out there. And a real mind twister!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    For those interested, an updated package for Mac OSX is now available from the Enigma download page.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Did I get confused and log into or something? Since when is LINUXgames reporting about OSX games.

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