SENALUX

SENALUX (from Senary; to the base of 6, Lux; unit of illuminance) is a hex-based puzzle game about optics.
Direct the lasers into the targets using mirrors, prisms, etc.

SENALUX is available from Steam for Windows, Mac and Linux. Android and iOS versions will follow.

Mirrors

Reflect the beams to illuminate the targets.

Colors

Illuminate the targets with the right colors.

Mirror

Mirrors are the most basic components, they reflect beams. You probably already guessed that...

Mirror

Some mirrors reflect on a narrow angle, others on a larger one.

Semi-Mirror

Semi-Mirrors are like Mirrors, but they reflect only from one side. From the other side, they are transparent. Like in those Cop-Movies. They can be used to combine beams.

Semi-Mirror

Like the regular Mirrors, Semi-Mirrors come in two flavours as well.

Filter

Filters are only transparent to certain colors. All the other colors get filtered.

Splitter

The splitter can be used to split a stronger beam into two less strong ones. What might be less obvious is that it can also be used in reverse to combine two beams into a stronger one.

Prism

The prism splits a laser into all the colors of the rainbow. Or in our case, all three base colors. It can also be used to combine colors, but only when they come from the right direction.

SENALUX is scheduled to be released late 2017 and will come to Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android. If you want to keep up to date, you can like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter

combiner

Optical components can be used in different ways.

filters

There is often more than one way to solve a level.