Vertrix2 (Windows)

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This is a 1 or 2 players Action/Strategy falling blocks game, with Network option (local or internet). You can pick one from 19 characters and use his/her specific powers to play versus a friend or the computer in a series of rounds on the different characters homeworlds.

The game consists in different matches (Human VS. CPU, Human VS. Human). The aim is quite simple: every player has to make ALIGNMENTS of same blocks by permuting the blocks which are falling down three by three. Some alignments are simples (a line of three identical blocks,...) others are a little bit more complicated (a +, a *, ... Those are FIGURES).

Each player has his own bonuses. Every 3 alignments, the player is given a choice to choose a bonus among his bonuses.

Every 12 alignments, the player increases his LEVEL; if he hasn't got all of his bonuses yet, a new bonus column is given.

There's several ways to win: - The opponent's board is filled so as his bar can't fall down any more and you hold on 3 seconds without having your bar blocked. - You have reached Level 10 before your opponent, and he doesn't reach that level during the next 3 seconds.

There's 3 kinds of blocks: - The 'NORMAL BLOCKS' which allow to MAKE ALIGNMENTS. - The 'GRAY BLOCKS' which are INDESTRUCTIBLE - The 'EXPLODING BLOCKS' which act as a bomb and explode all kinds of blocks.

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Vertrix2 Windows During The Match

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GameHippo.com Jul 20, 2001 10 out of 10 100

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C├ędric CASTEL (18) added Vertrix2 (Windows) on Nov 15, 2006