Average Playtime: 4 hours

Electric Circuit

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Logical game, where you have to connect all the light bulbs to the power supply.


  • Four levels of difficulty, differing not only in size playing field, but also the possibility of passage of electricity from one end of the field to the other end of the field.
  • Completely random generation of the playing field, not based on any templates and patterns. Each new game will be unique.
  • Saving the top ten results.
  • Convenient controls: moving, scaling.
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Dubrovkin Sergei
Dubrovkin Sergei
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
  • Processor: 1.0 Ghz
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 120 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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20 wins
Collect 20 circuits at any level of difficulty
Assemble the circuit on the amateur difficulty level
5 wins
Collect 5 circuits at any level of difficulty
Assemble the circuit on the beginner difficulty level
Best master
Get 400000 points on the master difficulty level
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Electric Circuit reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Great classic casual games, including hidden object games, that this puzzle that asks to restore an electric network by rotating the various elements. Strengths immediate hands-on 4 difficulty levels (+ 1 customizable) ideal for very short game sessions (30sec-1min for a first level difficulty grid, 4-7min for the 2nd difficulty level) potentially addictive if you start e nchaining grids, for example to achieve a certain number of victories to win a success or improve the Chrono. The higher levels of difficulty that begin to offer a minimum of challenge, at the risk of causing short-circuits in some brains. Weak points gameplay very limited visually very poor music only in case of resolution of a grid conclusion game already seen and reviewed and without any ambition technically and visually. It must be possible to find similar titles free of charge on the net. Yet one can easily take the game to make a small grid quickly made or a series of a dozen because if electric circuits offers very little, it does well by concentrating on the essentials. However, it is difficult to really recommend such a limited game that is especially reserved for amateurs already convinced by this style of play.
Translated by
Microsoft from French
Electric circuit is a game whose goal is to have all the bulbs connected, so that they light up, to the battery. For this, you can rotate the connections, the battery and the bulbs on themselves. I write this evaluation because after a little more than 6 hours 30 minutes on electric circuit, I got the 8 successes that seem feasible to me. I think I can probably also pick up the one where you have to reach 30 000 points on a level beginner (Beginner). For this I need to better master an aspect of the game that is tricky for me: the direction of rotation of the elements (I return on this topic in the next §). For other steam successes, I must confess that I do not see how to win them so much they seem unattainable. In fact, only 0.3% of the players obtained them and I imagine that by removing the usual cheats, the percentage still has to be much lower. A search on YouTube reveals that there are no videos of these exploits! Here you are! It's a strange thing. To rotate the elements of the game, we use the right click and the left. The right rotates the piece in a clockwise direction and the left in the other direction. This is an important aspect of the game because to get a high score you have to do the minimum rotations in a minimum of time. For me, and I imagine for other players, this is not innate and I often tangle brushes. The problems proposed are not overly complex in themselves, but optimising them in number of movements and speed is an otherwise arduous task. The "+"-a good game of logic. -Very simple rules to assimilate. -Ideal to spend a few minutes of free time. -There are 4 predetermined levels of difficulty, but it is possible to create a multitude of others depending on the size of the grid and the connections or not by the edges of the plateau. -The parts are randomly generated. So there are an infinite number of grids available. -The price is very correct (less than €2). -I have not noticed any bugs at the moment. The "-"-similar and sometimes free games already exist. Here it is mostly how to manage the scores that change. -I think some will find electric circuit a bit repetitive. This is not really my case, but I prefer to report it in defects as an indication. -Steam successes almost impossible. In the end, it's a good casual game to keep handy for small sessions.
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