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The Pairs are Gone (Atari ST)

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The Pairs are Gone is a puzzle game where you have to eliminate cards from the board. The cards must be eliminated pairwise and this can be done horizontally, vertically, or diagonally (gives most points). If you end up with cards that can't be removed you lose a life and when all lives are gone you lose the game.

The game consists of 25 levels and as you progress you will have to remove more and more cards and new cards will also show up.

The game is heavily inspired by one of the mini games in Super Mario Bros on the Nintendo DS. The DMA music is ripped from the N64 game Mario Party and the graphics comes from Zoo Keeper.


The Pairs are Gone Atari ST High score table
The Pairs are Gone Atari ST More cards appears as the game progresses
The Pairs are Gone Atari ST Almost finished
The Pairs are Gone Atari ST Game over! (What a lousy score)

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Tomas Pettersson (19961) added The Pairs are Gone (Atari ST) on Aug 29, 2008