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Download: Take Two (Windows)
Size: 787.93 KB
Downloads: 2,144


Download: Take Two (Mac)
Size: 1.07 MB
Downloads: 1,078

About The Game

This is a version of Shisen-Sho an ancient tile matching game, remade from the Atari ST version I used to play for hours.

“The aim of the game is to remove all tiles from the board. Only two matching tiles can be removed at a time. Two tiles can be removed only if they can be connected with a maximum of three lines. Lines can be only horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal. Lines may cross only the empty border. The game is over if future moves are not possible and tiles are left on the board, or the player successfully removes all the tiles.”

Update History

Take Two v1.00 released! Added the normal mode, finally. Fifteen levels of grid from 4×4 to 24×8, with time limits and score based play. Help doesn’t have a time penalty here, you have a limited supply of “help tokens” that you can use, one is replaced after each level, to a maximum of three. Also added more information screens, and many little tweaks under the hood.

There is a new tile-set based on Simpsons’ characters in this release, very kindly provided by STompy… thanks mate!

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