* 400 MHz CPU
* 64 megs RAM
* DirectX 8.1 videocard w/ 16 megs
* 16 megs hard drive space
* Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
Pipeline is so incredibly addicting that it's been suggested you should have to get a prescription in order to play it.
It sounds so easy.
When the timer expires, a faucet will turn and water will begin to flow. You earn points for each
piece of pipe through which the water travels. You've got to make sure that by the time the water reaches the
end of the pipe, you've earned enough points to move on to the next level.
Of course, that starts to get a little difficult as the number of points you'll need keeps increasing. Before you know it,
you'll have to resort to some tricky engineering to earn enough bonus points to graduate. Loops, snakes,
and gold pipe will all help you ratchet up your score.
Pipeline features a huge number of special objects including things like sprinklers, fire hydrants,
locked grates and keys, mystery markers, clocks, manholes, drains, and much more.
Each has a unique purpose, and you'll be amazed at how much strategy resides within the game.
The full game contains an astounding ninety hand-crafted levels, including twenty-five special bonus levels. If you're good
enough to complete those, a random map generator will make sure that the fun never ends!
After a good run, publish your scores to the Internet and see how you rank against other players.
the demo. Give it a shot. But remember...we told you it was addicting.