Once upon a time there was a guy who downloaded tons of pictures from the internet. He saved them on his hard disk first, then wrote them on CD-ROMs. Occasionally, he inserts one of his CD-ROMs into his computer and watches his pictures. Then, one day, he thought of a better way to look at those pictures than just sitting passively in front of his computer screen, as they were displayed one at a time. He added elements of strategy to the old diaporama concept, and the 'One Picture Is Worth One Thousand Words' game was born.
The goal of the game is to match a pattern built with 4 rectangles, by manipulating 4 pictures located in
- Supports any screen resolution
- Scales pictures to fit the screen resolution
- Pictures files no longer require resizing and renaming