Logo features three independent puzzle games with 120 levels each. The main motivational factor are digitized, more or less naked women that appear between levels. All levels have to be solved within a time limit and a password is given once every five levels. In game one and three, all moves can be undone.
In the first game, the player needs to recreate a stone combination shown in the lower part of the screen. To do so, he places a single stone on the playfield. However, each stone also has a value between one and four which needs to be matched. Every time a stone is placed besides another stone, the value of the stone already on the field rises by one. If the value was already four, it resets to one.
In the second game, a pre-defined stone combination has to be erased. To do so, the player clicks on a stone which then disappears. But the stones around the clicked stone (left, right, above and below) also disappear. If there is no stone on a clicked place or a place around it, one is created.
In the third game, the goal is the same as in game two. However, only two stones of the same value and colour can be taken from the playfield. The value of the stones around a taken stone rises by one.
Logo is a collection of three fairly simple puzzle games in one pack. All three games are variant of a traditional matching game, except that after solving one level, you get to see one piece of a supposedly erotic picture... duh. It's strange that StarByte would make a mature game, although none of the erotic pictures would dethrone the awful Strip Poker series as the champion of cheap, gaudy mature games. Pretty tasteless, I must say.
Note: The manual is in German, though the rules for the three games are simple and you should be able to learn them without the manual. Press F1 or F2 to start the game in one or two player mode.
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