Esprit (computer game)

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Esprit is a computer game that features Sokoban- like puzzles . It was programmed in 1989 by Meinolf Amekudzi (née Schneider) for the Atari ST and distributed by Application Systems Heidelberg .

The gameplay of Esprit consisted of opening pairs of pieces , as with memory , and revealing their symbols. To do this, the stones were hit with a mouse-controlled ball. On the way, the ball had to avoid obstacles like holes or skull stones; Floor with increased friction, magnets or black ice made control difficult.

Every ten levels there was a meditation level in which you had to direct four small balls into a recess.

Esprit's successor was Oxyd .

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