DOS - 1991
Description of Lexi-Cross
This hugely underrated game was also designed by one of the most underrated designers. (Peter Oliphant was responsible for many hits for Cinemaware before he joined Interplay and became one of their best programmers). This is a fun word-based futuristic gameshow where the objective is to reveal the words which are concealed under a matrix of tiles, and then solve the puzzle that the words suggest by typing in the answer before your opponent. A highly entertaining solo game that's even better in 2-player mode. Highly recommended.
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
sir_laphelot 2014-10-02 0 point
typing in anything didn't work for me. the game wants you to type in a certain tv program at a certain time before you can play it, which is only listed in the manual. amazing no one else has mentioned this.
found the manual at old-games.com. they only let you download two files a day for free, but they have it. a pdf file. don't need adobe either cause firefox can open it...
Sierra 2014-09-26 0 point
This was one o my favs for years. I would love it if someone would develop it for phones, tablets and/or computers. I still have the old manual somewhere but all the computers that I could use DOS on are shot.
The Nerd 2013-12-21 0 point
This came up when I searched my friend's name Lexi Cross and we laughed, now she is going to get the game. Lol.
DrP 2013-06-14 0 point
Can't get the game to activate and can't find a copy of the manual anywhere
Zanbabe 2012-10-12 0 point
This is a fantastic game that I loved when it was first out. The robot thing was great, and my friends and I loved the gameshow competition aspect. I would love it if someone would bring this back for iPad or something. The only bad thing about it back then is that they had misspelled words in some of the puzzles... bad editing job for a word game.
Rocketbuilder 2012-09-22 0 point
I loved this game as a kid so I was pleased to find it again. The puzzles and game play are still enjoyable. I didn't need the manual to activate the game either by the way. Just type anything in when prompted, that worked for me anyway.
Talax 2011-04-02 0 point
Lexi-cross is one of my favorite games from the time. When I came across a reference to it recently, I just had to find it again.
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