Nodes and hubs. Circuits and lines. Neon Rotate is a game which puts you in the driver seat of a rainbow-hued puzzle where a series of disconnected neon lines need to be selected, arranged, and re-arranged in order to demonstrate a complete circuit. The end of each line is a circle which must be on the outermost part of the completed circuit. But beware! The circles aren't simply used to top off the end of the errant lines sharp edges. Oh no. In order to add complexity and confusion, the circles may also act as hubs. These hubs allow you to interconnect two or more disparate lines, thus creating a more complex and fully realized circuit board. The faster you can make the correct calculations and the more accurate you are, the better your score will be. True, you could just click and experiment. Take your time and see what works and what doesn't. But ultimately the true master of the Neon Rotate will be a person who can see the correct circuit in their head, envision it in a second and act on it at the speed of thought. Not all who attempt to play a puzzle game like Neon Rotate have the will to dominate it. Will you?
Use your mouse to click on the segmented lines. When you click on these lines they change direction. What you are trying to accomplish is an interconnected circuit board where the tips of each segment are tipped by a circular node. Good luck.