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Ortotris is a Tetris variant. The game takes place in the same manner except that the player does not stack bricks but words. The player's task is to choose the correct spelling. The correct spelling indicated at the bottom of the screen needs to be selected from different choices by using the left or right cursor keys. The game highlights a part of the word the player needs to decide on. If correct, the selection is deleted, if not, it remains. On the right side of the screen displays the percentage of correctness of the answers. The game ends with the degree of exposure.The game has a mode of practice and theory of all types of polish spelling.

The Amiga version of the game and DOS v2.0 (released as a part of the Ortomania compilation) include the Ortowpis editor, which allows players to add new words to the dictionary.


Ortotris Commodore 64 Theory choice
Ortotris DOS Wrong answer - vampire teeth
Ortotris DOS Main menu
Ortotris Commodore 64 Good answer - cardiac eyes

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Top Secret DOS May, 1995 7 out of 10 70


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C64 cassette release bonus

In order to save costs TimSoft company recorded C64 Ortotris on cassettes where the game Klax was originally released. So finally there is Klax on one side and Ortotris on the other side.

Freeware release

The DOS version was made ​​available to the public on the creators' website on November 19, 2011.
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