You are given a grid of pipes of different shapes. The aim of the game is to connect all the pipes together, without loops and free ends. Play the game now.
You may connect the pipes by rotating the pieces only. See the pictures below to see what a new game and its finished state look like.
Playing the game
Play the game now. Currently the game works well only for desktop computers with a mouse.
The images above have a board size of 8 × 8. If you think that it is too easy, you can increase the board size. The board size can be as large as 100 × 100.
- The board does not show if video memory is not enough. A workaround is to reduce the tile size (e.g. from “Large (64×64)” to “Small (32×32)”).
- The game is not handling touch events properly. (Therefore it cannot be played with a touch screen.)
(Note: A work-in-progress is being created to address the problems. Currently it is too early to release anything.)
Click here to see the source.
Pipes (J2ME) (This is the version I played with my Nokia phone daily until the phone is replaced.)
Net from Simon Tatham Puzzle Collection (A similar game without the cross tile (more difficult), with less attractive graphics)
Hexagon (A similar Android game with hexagonal tiles. Note: game progress may be lost if the phone is asleep.)