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Color Lines

Description: Arrange 5 same color balls in line.
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Size: 1Mb
Version: 0.6
Date: 19 Sep 22
Author: Peter Kosyh
Submitter: cavemann
Category: game/puzzle
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 2564
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Downloads: 22  (Current version)
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How to play Color Lines:
 To move a ball, click to select it, then click on the destination square.
 There must be an open path to the destination square. The goal is to
 arrange balls of the same color together, to form vertical, horizontal,
 or diagonal lines.

 Once a line has five or more balls of same color, that line is removed
 from the board. You earn points, and can make another move. But if the
 turn is over and you don't score, the three random balls are added
 to the board. The game is over when the board has filled up.

Bonus Balls:
   There are also four bonus balls that appear from time to time.
 - The "joker" can be used in place of any color ball. And will also
   multiply the added score by two.
 - The "bomb" acts like the joker, which can be used as any color ball,
   but also nukes all balls of that color from the board.
 - The "brush" will paint all the nearest balls to a same color.
 - The "boom" is a bomb. It removes nearby balls off the board.

 Click on the question mark for in-game help.
 Click on the music symbol to toggle the sound.
 Click on the triangle to adjust volume.

 CODE: Peter Kosyh <gloomy_pda()>
 GRAPHICS: Peter Kosyh and some files from
 SOUNDS: Stealed from some linux games...
 MUSIC: "Satellite One" by Purple Motion.
 FIRST TESTING & ADVICES: my wife Ola, Sergey Kalichev...
 PORTING TO M$ Windoze: Ilja Ryndin from

 Good Luck!

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