ButterFlight

ButterFlight

Swap butterflies so that you could collect 3 or more butterflies of the
same color together. White Butterfly matches the butterfly of any color.
To pass to the next level - collect definite butterflies (number and
color are denotedin the bottom-left corner).

You are the Lord of the Butterflies. An evil witch has imposed spell on
you and you lost your wings. To weave the new wings you have to collect
a great number of different butterflies. Your little friends wanted to
help you, but to make sure that you are really their lord, the butterflies
decided to put you to the test. You should do all your best to win their
confidence. The family of your courtiers, who believe in you, will help
you to make up the combination from any type of the butterflies.

You play on the glade that is filled with the multicolored butterflies.
At every round, you have to collect a certain number of butterflies of a
particular color on the glade. You can flip and rotate the butterflies
sitting there - try to bring those of the same color together. They will
fly away, freeing the place that will be filled with the new butterflies.
The move is only possible if the result of it is the good combination,
that is some butterflies will fly away from the field.

The type of the butterflies you have to collect, as well as their number,
is indicated in the Left section. You can also see the number of possible
moves there. You may use the Auto button to make the computer play the next
good move - but you'd get no points for it.

There are four different game modes: Pairs, Twins, Quads and Triads.

In Pairs and Twins, you can interchange two neighboring butterflies; you
should collect a straight line of three or more similar butterflies, to
make them fly.

In Quads and Triads, you can rotate groups of four or three butterflies
respectively, either clockwise (with left mouse button) or anti-clockwise
(with right mouse button). If you manage to collect four or more butterflies
of the same type together (not necessarily in one row) they will fly.

Be the true Lord of the Butterflies! Good luck!

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