Rinkusu is an MMO game available in all common browsers. The game's inception came from a neurologist while investigating various models for the competition between brain cells during the development of the human brain. The final game logic is a simplified abstraction where each node represents a brain cell, and each link represent the connections between brain cells.
Similar to brain cells, the strength of each node is based on the number of links. The greater the number of links, the greater the score. A node with more links can capture any other player's node with less links. Lose all your links, lose the game.
Like brain cells, nodes are located in three-dimensional space. For simplicty, the initial game board is two-dimensional. Registered users will have access to more advanced boards.
Coming soon: Registered users will also be able to specify rooms to play privately with friends. The board size will also be customizable.
Select or capture a node by left-clicking. Double-click to both capture and select.
Rotate the board using the left mouse button. Turn this on/off on the side-bar menu.
Zoom in and out of the board using the mouse wheel. Use 'S' for single button mouse.
Move the board up, down, left and right using the right mouse button. Use 'D' for single button mouse.
Single-tap one finger on a node to select it or capture it. Double-tap to both capture and select.
Use one finger on the touch pad to rotate the board. Turn this on/off on the side-bar menu.
Pinch two fingers on the touch pad to zoom in and out of the board.
Slide two fingers on the touch pad to move the board up, down, left and right.
"It's like Agar.io and Slither.io on steroids."
"Simple idea, intense play."
"The esthetics of this game and web site are beautiful."
"This game is incredibly addicting."