Polarium Advance

Borrowing elements of the tabletop classic Reversi (a.k.a. "Othello") and the primordial computer game Snakes, Polarium is played on a board that contains an arrangement of two-dimensional, two-colored squares -- each square has a different color on each of it's two faces.
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The object in each level is to “flip” some of the squares over so that they all match in color. Squares are flipped by drawing a line through them, but to “win,” the player can only draw a single line in each level. Lines are drawn with the D-pad (instead of the stylus, as in the DS version) and a variety of dichromatic schemes are available, in addition to the original’s black and white.

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