TriJinx  - Review

Ages: Everyone

TriJinx has all the requirements for a casual game. At first glance it is perfectly obvious how to play it, which is to remove at least three triangles of the same color and leave none on the screen. It's the "none left" that involves the strategy. You can rotate the screen, causing the triangles to tumble about, making different arrangements. Like a good casual game, it starts out easy with the strategy kicking in at the end.

There are three modes of play, arcade where you try and rack up the best score, puzzle where you just play the game and adventure, where your play is interspersed with a comic strip of Kristine searching throughout Egypt for her archeologist father who has disappeared. This last one will take 68 levels before you find him.

Reviewed by: Editor - 09/06

  • TriJinx
  • © Play First $19.95
  • W98SE Me XP 2000
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