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LTris

Description: A Tetris clone for up to 3 players.
Download: ltris-1.0.19.i386-aros.zip       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 829kb
Version: 1.0.19
Date: 22 Apr 14
Author: Michael Speck
Submitter: cavemann
Homepage: http://lgames.sourceforge.net/?project=LTris
Category: game/puzzle
Replaces: game/action/ltris.i386-aros.zip
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1385
 
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This file replaces ltris-1.0.11 that was already in the Aros-Archive. This
version has a few minor changes and fixes some bugs. Also the SDL libs have
been refreshed, so the game should run in more video modes.

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LTris as a tetris clone:

Differently shaped blocks are falling down the rectangular playing field and
can be moved sideways or rotated by 90 degree units with the aim of building
lines without gaps which then disappear (causing any block above the deleted
line to fall down).


LTris has three game modes:

In Classic you play until the stack of blocks reaches the top of the playing
field and no new blocks can enter.

In Figures the playing field is reset to a new figure each level and later on
tiles and lines suddenly appear.

In Multiplayer up to three players (either human or CPU) compete with each
other sending removed lines to all opponents.

And in Demo you can watch your CPU playing while enjoying a cup of tea!







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