Flipster (Windows)

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Flipster is a falling-block puzzle game. Individual blocks fall from the top of the screen, and can be moved as needed. If three or more blocks of the same color are touching, they will be removed from the board, blocks on top will fall down, and points will be given. The twist is that all blocks can be flipped, from one color to a second color, before landing. Power-ups include bombs (destroy all nearby blocks), row destroyers (destroy a row), flippers (randomly reflip a row or column), and color destroyers (destroy all matching colors). Special blocks include metal (will crush all blocks underneath, but cannot be matched), and stars (can only be matched with stars). Levels will be completed once enough blocks have been destroyed.

Two modes are included. Puzzle mode is level-based, with over 100 levels, and endurance mode just asks you to survive as long as possible. Each can be attempted on three different difficulty levels. Also included is a tutorial.

The retail version is bundled with Crystal Wizard.


Flipster Windows The game's title and load screen
Flipster Windows The game's tutorial takes the player through a separate level for each game feature. It's not really needed as the player gets the same kind of levels at the start of a full game
Flipster Windows The install process loads eGames' 'Game Butler' through which the games are installed and run
Flipster Windows This block clears all blocks on the row in which it lands, very useful in removing the metal boxes

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  • "Flipster Twin Pack" -- eGames' Game Butler title

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qwertyuiop (32515) added Flipster (Windows) on Apr 14, 2011