The main purpose of part (III) is to give explicit geodesics and billiard orbits in polysquares and polycubes that exhibit time-quantitative density. In many instances of the 2-dimensional case concerning finite polysquares and related systems, we can even establish a best possible form of time-quantitative density called superdensity. In the more complicated 3-dimensional case concerning finite polycubes and related systems, we get very close to this best possible form, missing only by an arbitrarily small margin. We also study infinite flat dynamical systems, both periodic and aperiodic, which include billiards in infinite polysquares and polycubes. In particular, we can prove time-quantitative density even for aperiodic systems. In terms of optics the billiard case is equivalent to the result that an explicit single ray of light can essentially illuminate a whole infinite polysquare or polycube with reflecting boundary acting as "mirrors". In fact, we show that the same initial direction can work for an uncountable family of such infinite systems.