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Date Posted: 11:14:27 07/30/04 Fri
Author: CJ
Subject: Need name of old game boxing in enemy?

I remember playing a vector graphics arcade game where you used vertical and horizonal lines to box in something. I can't find any reference to it. It wasn't lightcycles or something like that -- you made lines and tried to use the smallest rectangle to capture for more points.

Has anyone played this game and remember info on it?

CJ

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[> Re: Need name of old game boxing in enemy? -- Darryl B., 18:25:13 11/02/04 Tue

It probably wasn't a vector game...sounds like Qix, where you draw lines to fill in at least 75% of each screen.

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