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- Boolball is a nice game where you have to drop balls in a field of obstacles to score points. Two players each have a row of balls located at the top of the screen, which can be dropped into a field of obstacles. Players take turns dropping one of their balls. The lower the balls fall, the higher the score. Get to the bottom of the field for maximum points. Outsmart your opponent by blocking their balls. Features easy, medium and difficult computer players to play against, or play head to head with your friends.
- Sometimes, the total is greater than the sum of the parts. Tetris and Pong are classics, addictive and unshakable from their places in gaming history. TONG is the result of mixing the two, capitalizing on the essential qualities of each classic and adding new twists of its own to make an explosive chemical reaction out of it all.
- A clone of Star Castle by Cinematronics. This fork of XSC is intended to behave more like the arcade version of the game. Your ship has to shoot an enemy ship that is guarded by 3 spinning rings and heat-seeking mines. Once you clear away the rings, you can finally shoot at the enemy ship -- but the enemy ship can also shoot you!
This game was made to work with the windowing system known as X.
- yetris is a customizable Tetris(tm) clone for the console. It aims to follow modern implementations with lots of features and please both casual players and Tetris(tm) enthusiasts. It has full textual interface, with colors and many features, such as high score list, up to 6 next pieces, hold, combo and back-to-back sequences.
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