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Download Xixit

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Xixit, sometimes even known as Chain Reaction, is one of the most brilliant Tetris clones ever. Actually it’s not even a clone per-say. It took the concept of Tetris, but added a very nice and pleasant twist. The game kept the original addictiveness of Tetris, but also brought something new and fresh with it.

As you may imagine by the introduction, the game is all about blocks dropping down the screen. Again, you can navigate them and drop them faster and you need to arrange them in a certain order, so you can clear the lines they build at the bottom of the screen. The more lines you clear off, the more points you gain and the longer the game lasts. As soon as the screen is so filled up that another block can not start falling down, the game ends.

So far, so Tetris, you might say. It’s true, but unlike Tetris, where you needed to arrange the blocks according to their shape, you won’t need to worry about that anymore. No, your main worry will be the colors of the blocks. Each block has three parts and every part can have a different color. You need to get at least three parts of the same color in line (either vertically, horizontally or diagonally) in order to clear the line. The above blocks will then start falling down.

It’s, so to say, a colorful version of Tetris.

I guess there’s no need to say then, that this game has colorful graphics, but then again, in 1995 it was very uncommon to have a computer which didn’t support 256 color VGA graphics.

The sounds are nothing special, but they won’t start going on your nerves, so you needn’t switch off the speakers, still you might prefer to put on some favorite song of yours and turn the game sounds off. You won’t need them anyway; they’re just an addition (and make a somewhat solid use of the soundcard).

So if you like Tetris style games and would like to try something fun and quite original (even if strongly familiar) I’d say Xixit is just the thing for you. Highly recommended!


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