InterPhace - real-time multiplayer puzzle game, which relies on fast reactions, logical thinking and good judgement.
This is a new Version, which is completely compatible with it's upgraded version - Interphace-Firewall (Which is available on the Nokia OVI App Stores)
There are three game modes ;-
Single Player - It's you vs the Phone in a standard 20 second game, where each level, the CPU gets smarter and the Interphace gets more complicated.
Hot Seat Multiplayer - Two people can play against each other using the same phone.
Hot Seat Multiplayer -Two Players challange each other over bluetooth.
The first player to hack the InterPhace before time limit expires wins the game and zaps their opponent. The game gives you three seconds to evaluate and then play starts.
The InterPhace is split into three parts;-
There are eleven ports in an InterPhace. A player takes control of these by activating a pathway, which is attached to the port. The port turns that player's colour once it's been activated. The player controlling the most ports at the end of the time limit wins.
These pathways make up most of the InterPhace. They carry the signal from the Player's Process Units to the Port. A pathway can split, which means that one process unit could effect more than one Port, or it could join with another pathway, meaning that more than One Process Unit will be needed to effect a single port. These splits and joins can add up to make the InterPhace very complex indeed. There is no guarantee that each side will be equal with the number of Splits and Joins.
These are the player-controlled pieces. The player uses them to select the pathway they wish to activate. A Process Unit and Pathway will stay active for 2 seconds allowing an opponent to counter. In the Basic game, a player has 4 of these units but in the Standard and Advanced versions, this may vary.
Either control them using the joystick or the 4 key to move left, 6 key to move right and 5 key to activate.
There are different themes to choose from and different characters to play.
This version now supports Rumble X.
A quick note about the Nokia N80/N90 and other large screens
Versions of Interphace for these phones can be found at the Interphace website
A quick Note about the Motorola Version.
If the Phone you have does not support JSR-82, then Interphace will not run on your phone. The Bluetooth works but can only be described as `a bit flakey` on Motorola phones as opposed to the other makes.
If your Phone does not support JSR-82
Please feel free to download the generic J2ME version. As JSR-82 is the Java API which supports Bluetooth, then I`m afraid the multiplayer will not work.