NetScramble is a port of the KDE game KNetWalk. The player is given a network diagram with the parts of the network randomly rotated; he/she must rotate them to connect all the terminals to the server.
- Scrambled Net detects the screen size of the device it's running in, and configures the board appropriately. This makes the game a bit easier on smaller phones - we don't want to make the cells too small, because it's difficult to tap on a tiny cell on a phone's touchscreen.
- Portrait and landscape phones are handled automatically.
- Tile rotation is smoothly animated; highlighted tiles show the user's progress.
- The game is designed to be usable with 12-key keypad or QWERTY keypad, or by tapping the screen.
- The game has 5 difficulty levels; the first 3 use different board sizes; then wrap-around is introduced for "Master" level; then "Insane" level adds invisible cells.
NetScramble, also known as Scrambled Net, is a port of the KDE game "KNetWalk" by Andi Peredri, Thomas Nagy and Reinhold Kainhofer