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Revision as of 16:48, 1 August 2020

Circuit Puzzle
Circuit puzzle 01.png
Circuit puzzle 02.pngCircuit puzzle 03.png
DeveloperMatt Pandina (Artcfox)
Code licenseGNU General Public License version 3
or (at your option) any later version.
Media licenseCreative Commons Attribution Share-Alike version 3.0
Video Mode3
Latest release1.0
Release dateAugust 1st, 2020

Circuit Puzzle is a Uzebox implementation of an electricity-based puzzle game. Gameplay is similar to both Laser Puzzle games, but with many improvements to the user interface.

It has 60 levels, divided up into the following skill levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert.

For each circuit, arrange the tokens to form a continuous pathway from VCC to GND that lights up the designated LEDs. All tokens must be used, and there can be no loose endes, except on the SWITCH and GND tokens. There is a build-in rule checker to help. The normal rules of electrical current and LEDs apply. Avoid creating short circuits.

Game Modes

  • 1 player only


  • 60 levels
  • Background music
  • 6 PCM sound effects
  • Context-sensitive help
  • Built-in rule checker
  • Quick netlist-based circuit "solver"
  • Mouse pointer acceleration (for precise movement)
  • RAM tile-based popup menu
  • Uses EEPROM to track progress
  • Unlock secret ending when all circuits have been solved


  D-PAD - move cursor
      A - drag-and-drop
      B - change switch position
      L - rotate piece left
      R - rotate piece right
  START - popup menu
 SELECT - toggle music


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