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There are 24 all-different V-shape tiles (trominoes). Each tile is divided into three equal squares. Each square is filled with one of four colors. All squares on the same tile are colored in different colors. No any of 24 tiles is exactly the same. This is a set of 24 unique tiles, i.e. no two tiles are exactly the same color pattern. This is a set of 24 V-shape tiles in every combinations of four colors.
FIRST, CHOSE THE LEVEL OF YOUR CHOICE: BASIC (1) OR ADVANCED (2) BY MOUSE CLICK.
SECOND, CHOSE THE SPEED YOU WISH TO PLAY: SLOW (1), NORMAL (2) OR FAST (3).
THIRD, CHOSE THE LAYOUT DESIGN YOU PREFER: SIMPLE, VIVID OR 3D.
BY DEFAULT, THE BASIC LEVEL AT SLOW SPEED AND SIMPLE LAYOUT ARE SELECTED, YOU CAN EITHER ACCEPT THEM BY ONE CLICK THE OK BUTTON OR MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICE AND CONFIRM IT BY OK COMMAND.
YOU CAN CHANGE THE LEVEL AND THE SPEED ANY TIME DURING THE PLAY, JUST THE LAYOUT DESIGN REMAINS UNTIL THE NEXT START OF THE NEW GAME.
HOW TO PLAY
A random sequence of trominoes falls down the playing field. The objective of the game is to manipulate these pieces, by moving each one sideways and rotating it by 90 degree units, with the aim of making links between squares (gaps are allowed) providing that two same color squares do not touch each other by their sides (however a corner contact is allowed). Each time when two same color squares touch each other by their sides, the bottom of the playing field is arising one step up. When a player makes enough different color contacts (goal), all pieces will disappear from the playing field (clear) at the basic level. Soon after the bottom is going to a normal position (low level) and a game continues. At the advanced level the pieces that made a wrong contact remain and fall down. In case new wrong contact is made the bottom of the playing field is arising one step up. Anytime they want, even during a game, a player can change the speed, causes the pieces to fall faster or slower (using the control shortcuts on the keyboard). The game ends when the stack of pieces reaches the top of the playing field and no new piece are able to enter (topping out). If the player has earned enough points, a dialog will appear allowing to enter their name to be shown on the Top Ten Highest Scores list of the best results.
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