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  Tile Remover - remove tiles by a falling tile  (Read 3875 times)
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Offline sandrand

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« Posted 2017-12-31 07:41:08 »

Tile Remover is the mix of classic bubble shooter and falling down block puzzle. Try to remove all tiles from the playground. Colored tiles are falling down one by one in each round and you must place them how the same colors shall be alongside. If you make a group of tiles [by at least 3 tiles] from same color then them will be removed. When you skip more than 1 or 2 round(s) without making a group then a new line with tiles will appear of the bottom side of playground.

Android version:

HTML5 version [it was developed in Google Web Toolkit]:


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Offline Gornova
« Reply #1 - Posted 2017-12-31 10:32:59 »

well done, pretty basic, but no bugs.

For me after a little while (700 points ) it's a little boring because lack of chain reactions between tiles and in the end clearing last colors takes a lot of time

Also I really like for this kind of game to know next tile color, so as player I can plan my next moves

Note: I don't know if is random or not, but tiles color is not so random, every ten tiles there is always three tiles of the same color ( is a bug ? )

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Offline Stampler
« Reply #2 - Posted 2017-12-31 17:19:25 »

Nice game idea!  Pointing

My two cents are to implement holding down on the left and right button. It was a bit annoying to press left seven times to get the tile to the left most edge.


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