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Title Screen


Developer: Q Software
Publisher: Q Software
Platform: Mac OS Classic
Released internationally: 1994

AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.

Infotron is a puzzle game which tells the story of a gumball trying to escape from a computer.

Level oddities

The name stored in the resource for level 25 (Circularity) is MyNewLevel. The names stored in the resources for all other levels match the names displayed in-game.

Some levels have inaccessible bits of wall outside the level boundaries.

The last level (You Win!) is more than it appears - it has an outer wall, an infotron and an exit. If the player completes this level (which is supposed to be impossible), the game displays the same "You WON Infotron!" screen that's displayed after completing level 50. The level isn't marked as completed though (it still appears yellow in the level select menu).
Infotron-Level 351 You Win.png

Developer signatures

There is a smiling face in level 31 (Seeing Yellow), far enough away from any accessible area that the player can never see it. Also, the bottom-right corner tile of the level boundary is missing.

Infotron-Level 331 Seeing Yellow.png

Dave Peck signed his name outside the boundary of level 49 (Thought).
Infotron-Level 349 Thought.png