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Hy all..

I made a game in autoit, a puzzle game.

All you need to do is to find the correct buttons. Every button have number indicators.

Number indicators for each button indicate how many of button's adjacent buttons are correct buttons, excluding diagonals and itself.(e.g. 0 means all buttons adjacent to that button are incorrect)

You need to find 4 green buttons. If you click on a wrong button, that button is turning to red and wrong count is +1. If wrong count is 2 you lose the game.

Game.exe

PuzzleGame.exe

Source

main.au3

Sugestion and critics are welcome

Version : 0.3

ps. sorry for my english

Edited by PlayHD

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Haha, cool!

It actualy took me a min or 2 to solve a single puzzle. xD

I was used to Minesweeper

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