Fermat's Theorem 16:40 05 May 08

X-Figure is a wonderful DOS crossword-type puzzle application which uses sums as clues, e.g., 2 down times five across squared. My memory is that it was just a single exe file that came on some cover disk many years ago.

Would love to get my hands on it again - is there, perchance, someone out there who has it? I tried Google etc. and, while there are references to it, there seems to be no place from which I could download it.

Any help will be much appreciated :-)

  skidzy 18:10 05 May 08

Maybe click here

  Fermat's Theorem 18:17 05 May 08

Thanks for that - it confirms that it was a mid 90s program. However, the version they are selling is just for mobiles, so does not suit my purpose at all.

But at least now I know the name of the author of the program so might be able to pursue the matter further.

Won't tick as resolved yet, just in case someone still has it on an old disc.


  Sea Urchin 18:37 05 May 08

A similar game maybe?

click here

  Fermat's Theorem 22:07 05 May 08

Thank you so much - it's as close a substitute as I'm going to get, methinks!

Truthfully, I don't need it on my own drive if it is available online.

Thanks once again.


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