Circle Pie - Free Flow GameArchived
Who will be the master of this flow game, Circle Pie? Connect matching circles with pipe, pair all circles, and cover the entire board to solve each puzzle. Each path must begin and end at a colored circle, and may not intersect another path. Features : * 900+ levels.* TIME TRIAL mode to play with your friends.* vivid sound effects.The history of this puzzle is quite interesting and similar puzzles were first printed by Sam Lloyd in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1897) and in a 1932 book titled "Puzzles and Curious Problems" by Henry Ernest Dudeney. More recently, this puzzle was popularized by Japanese puzzle game company Nikoli under the name Arukone.