When Pangea Software released its kinetic puzzle game
in February, the company also announced the Enigmo 2 Custom Game File Contest. Now Pangea has revealed the winner — Kyle Holdridge, who has been awarded a free video iPod. What’s more, Holdridge’s winning game level file is
available for download.
Enigmo 2 is a 3D puzzler that makes players direct streams of water, plasma and laser beams through intricately constructed mazes. Users must utilize tools on hand to direct the beams through the mazes, sometimes altering the flow of gravity or using reflective surfaces to do so. The registered version of the game lets Enigmo 2 players construct their own mazes.
Along with Holdridge’s “Grand Fanally” level, 12 other Enigmo 2 game files have been added to the download section, for a total of 275 new levels.