In Mosquito, the player uses coordinates on a graph to guide a moving dot through a series of mazes.
The player sets up bumpers by using the / and \ keys along with numbers to set the positions. The dot bounces off these bumpers in a quest to get to its home spot. Mosquito includes four collections of 20 mazes each. It works on older and newer Macintosh computers.
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