“Pavlov” is a puzzle game created by three Japanese creators, Masahiko Sato (known as the creative director of “Intelligent Qube” “KURUSHI”, for PlayStation 1997) , Masasuke Yasumoto(Assistant Professor in Tokyo University of Technology) and Masaya Ishikawa( member of EUPHRATES,creative group in Japan ). This team is also the main creators of “INFLUENCE”, a puzzle game for the PSP minis.
In “Pavlov”, every stage is composed by set of rings which include cells, and the rings are connected to each other by some links. The cells are colored, and sometimes numbered. The aim of the game is to sort the cells by colours and numbers by rotating the rings and exchanging the cells through the link. Though the puzzle is made from a very simple sturucture, it provides a deep gameplay and many levels of difficulty which requires a calm and tranquil thought of concept operation to players.
Every stage in this game is named after great mathematicians, in respect and awe to their achievements and services to human beings. In each stage, you can see a special animation of the mathematicians sculpture generated by a algorithm using octree.
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