Luma - Laser based puzzle game for the Commodore Amiga is now available

Great news if you're looking for something different other than a platformer, as thanks to the creator contacting us just moments ago, we've been told that Zooperdan has released his laser based sliding puzzle game for the Amiga called 'Luma'; an Amiga port of the amazing game Luma, made by Shallan for the C64. Yes indeed if you're looking for a good game to play right now, then you'll be pleased to know this game features 128 levels of goodness as you test your puzzling skills to the max! 

Here is the description of this rather nice looking game which was coded by Zooperdan, graphics by Shallan and Zooperdan, with music by Maze/dSr and original songs by RichmondMike. LUMA is a laser based sliding puzzle game for Commodore Amiga where the goal is to connect lasers to targets of same color by using mirrors to deflect the beam. Activate the lasers using batteries. Each of the 128 levels must be solved within a specific amount of moves. So yes if you want something unique to play on your Commodore Amiga right now, then make sure to check out this new game of Luma!

Credits also go to Airjuri, Akmafin, Amok, Chiswicked, Eldritch, Furroy, MrG8472, OldSkoolCoder, Phaze101, RichmondMike, Shallan, SpritHund, Stepz, Void, Waulok, WizardNJ, zooperdan who designed many of the levels.

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1 comment:

  1. This reminds me of Deflektor on the C64. That's was a great game!


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