Power Flow is an electrical circuit logic game in which the objective is to connect the power path of the current flow system by dragging objects.
The game is made out of a grid of squares, each with an energy source on it. The idea is to draw lines between all of the energy sources in order to connect them all. To do this, select a source and then drag a line to link it to another source. You can only connect sources of the same hue, and you can't cross any of your previously created lines.
The levels will grow increasingly difficult as you advance through the game. You'll have to plan out how to connect the energy sources without running out of lines or making mistakes. If you are stuck, you can use suggestions to get you back on track.
Simply click and drag a line from one source to another of the same hue. You can't cross any of the lines you've previously drawn, so think carefully about where you draw them. You'll also need to keep track of your line count, as you only have so many to deal with.
As you go through the game, you'll come across progressively difficult stages that demand more strategic thinking and problem-solving abilities. You must consider which sources to link first, which lines to draw, and how to avoid running out of lines. Don't worry if you get stuck; you can always use hints to guide you along the way.
Use the mouse.