Brain Warp is a puzzle program designed to make use of the sound and color capabilities of the Commodore VIC-20. The program fits in standard VIC memory. The object is to manipulate the rows and columns of six squares and make order out of chaos. Six squares of scattered color are rearranged into six solid-colored squares. Sounds easy, huh? Try it.
Brain Warp was written by Dub Scroggin and published as type-in source code in Creative Computing Vol. 9, No. 1, January 1983.