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Jayenkai
Created : 16 May 2016
Edited : 16 May 2016
System : Cross Platform
Language : Monkey

Jumble Blocks

Guide the falling blocks so that they create clusters of colours.

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A nice and neat little Tetris-inspired rip off, this week!
Much like Tetris, you need to spin and shift the blocks to line them up, but this time you needn't worry about gaps, as all the blocks will fall towards the floor.

Instead, you should try to line up clumps of alike-coloured blocks.

A 3x3 or larger square/rectangular area will score you points.

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An old video from a less colourful edition of the game!


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Comments


Monday, 16 May 2016, 09:44
steve_ancell
Looks heaps better than that Tetris clone that I did a few years back.