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Falling block games are quite common. When I originally designed this game I had been playing a few different variations of falling block games.I thought to myself 'What if instead of the game field filling up, you had to clear it out?" Hence this game was born. Color Collapse First appeared on my old site in March of 1998, which in itself was based on a unreleased C++ game I wrote a long time ago (1995, I believe but would have to look through old disks to make sure). The original C++ game was more or less a prototype.
Color Collapse is a puzzle game where the goal is to remove all the colored blocks from the play field. Clicking on a group of color blocks removes all the connected blocks of that color. A block is considered to be connected only if the two blocks are horizontally or vertically connected. All the connected blocks will be removed and any blocks above the removed group will fall to fill in any gap.
There are three episodes (called parts) to the game. Part one has 12 levels while part two and three have 24. The levels are broken into 3 separate sections.(in the format part1/part2/part3)
This game is requires Java 1.1 or better to run. Browsers that support 1.1 tend to be 4.x or better versions. Windows XP users may have to download a Java plug in to use Java applets.
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