Title Quadrel Game Type Puzzle Players 1 or 2 Company Loricel Compatibility All (With WHDLoad) HD Installable Yes (With WHDLoad) Submission Chris Vella firstname.lastname@example.org Profiled Reviewer Review I was pleasantly surprised when I first played this puzzle game. The game idea is a simple one and is executed perfectly. The aim of the game is to try to colour in as many boxes as possible without running out of your 1 of 4 paint colours. Once a box is coloured in, you can only use a different colour to colour in a box that is touching that box that is already coloured. In other words no two boxes of the same colours can be toucing each other. The boxes come in different sizes so the bigger boxes may have as many as 12 smaller boxes touching it as compared to a smaller box which might only have 3 boxes touching it. The first person who can't use at least one of their paint colours to colour a box loses the game. Each person has 4 colour paints, red, blue, yellow and green. Each paint bucket has a limited amount of paint. The whole game is strategy; you try to colour in boxes that will prevent your opponent from using his colours. You can play against the computer, who by the way plays a good game, but a human opponent adds more and different gameplay strategy. The game graphics are very simple and so is the sound but a game like this doesn't need anything fancy. Everything about the game is well done and has kept me playing this over and over especially when I lose a game to the computer. If you like puzzle/thinking type games then you must get this gem of a game. You will not regret it!