Litron

Litron

Litron is one of the most unusual games we have seen on Google Play. The reason is simple – the game takes you back to the 1980s when gaming was limited to a few games played on expensive, slow and unreliable computers that you can now only find in museums.

The reason that you will be traveling back in time will shock some of you and especially young players who do not remember the 1980s or they simply weren’t born back then. The reason for this is in the graphics – for the most part Litron features what we consider nowadays horrible graphics – monochrome, pixilated and simply ugly. This might turn off some of you but don’t do it too quickly and give the game a chance! The idea behind this free Android game is to find the light in various labyrinths and other similar places so you will have to navigate your “snake” until you find the exit. This is one of many examples of levels that you will find in this game and there are 60 levels total so you will have a lot of fun given that you play this game at all.

There isn’t much else to say since Litron is one of the simplest games we have seen. Here’s proof – the game is just around 2 MB in size, which is in unison with the sizes of games of the 1980s. All in all Litron is worth looking at – you may not like the game but this is the best and easiest way to see what kind of games your parents played when they were kids. Ah, one more thing – sound is also simple but it can’t be any other way.

Litron is here on Google Play.

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