Tile Fall is a fun, simple, and very addictive game, in which you attempt to remove a number of coloured tiles from a grid.
Tiles can be removed providing that are touching another tile the same colour on at least one edge. Removing small groups of tiles (2 or 3 together) provide very small scores, but by removing other tiles, it is possible to get very large groups of tiles of a single colour. Removing these large groups results in drastically higher scores.
As tiles are removed, the surrounding tiles fall down to fill the spaces left. The game continues until no groups of 2 or more tiles are available.
Amiga Tile Fall is available to download now
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Current version: 1.5. Release date: March, 1997. Supported languages: English.
|Completely OS friendly|
|Nice font-/resolution-sensitive GUI|
|Automatic highscore and preferences saving|
|Merge highscore tables to compete with your friends|
|Configurable board sizes and difficulty levels|
|Completely new graphic sets and be loaded and designed with ease|
|"Extended" tileset graphics, cause tiles to merge with their neighbours|
|Highscores saved in exactly the same format as that used by the Psion and Windows versions (so you can copy and merge your Psion Tile Fall highscores with the other platforms)|
|Can be iconified|
|Undo Last Move features|
|It's completely free!|
Amiga Tile Fall is freeware -- you may download and play it for free.