August 15, 2010 10:00 AM | Tim W.
Madris is a puzzle game that plays like a variation of Tetris, where each block is either a room or a corridor for you to arrange somewhere on the screen. Some of the rooms will have occupants in them, and your task here is to join up rooms or corridors so that these people can get to the amenities that they desire.
Every time an occupant reaches a room indicated by his bubble thought, all interconnecting rooms linked to his destination are removed from the field as well. You can use the down arrow key to make a tile reach the bottom faster, and holding down the same button after a block is placed also speeds up the character's walking animation.
The AGBIC competition build of Madris can be downloaded by clicking here. (Windows, 9.34MB)