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7 Colors

7 Colors

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

The color chosen is locked for the opponent for one turn; drawing lines from one border of the field to another fills all the space in between. In addition, boards come in various diamond sizes, color textures and with obstacle stones. A (generous) time limit exerts soft pressure. In the wake of Alexey Pajitnov's block-busting Tetris, Infogrames licensed another Russian mathematician's concept for a game of logics and dexterity: Two players start from opposite ends of a board, filled with rectangles of seven different colors, and take turns in picking one of these colors. All diamonds of...

The 7 Colors

The 7 Colors

NEC PC-9801 - Released - 1992

It might be a "battle of colours", two "enemies" engaging in a "fight" to "conquer the territory" on the "battlefield". Or, despite Infogrames' martial marketing efforts, The 7 Colors might just be a puzzle game with brightly colored diamonds. In the wake of Alexey Pajitnov's block-busting Tetris, Infogrames licensed another Russian mathematician's concept for a game of logics and dexterity: Two players start from opposite ends of a board, filled with rectangles of seven different colors, and take turns in picking one of these colors. All diamonds of that color bordering on the player's...

Color Lines

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

This is the original Russian version of Lines. It is a turn-based board game. Each turn, three randomly colored balls fall on random grids of a 9x9 squares board. Your mission is to re-locate the balls (by moving one of them per turn) to form lines consisting of five or more balls of the same color. The lines can be arranged vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. Each line you build immediately disappears, giving you points. There is basically no end to the game, but your first objective is to surpass the 3000 points scored by the "king". Once you surpass him, he loses the throne and you...

Columbus Discovery

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

In the puzzle-game you have to gather the pictures divided on 30 fragments placed on sides of bricks. You are allowed to rotate the group of bricks in vertical plane, to turn them over in horizontal plane, and to move them to new places. Less moves you made the higher rate you'll take. Pictures are devoted to the history of the America's conquest and must be gathered chronologically. When the picture is completed the player is "awarded" by funny music and animation.

Sobor

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

One of the first games produced in Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Sobor is a beat-em-up featuring Russian peasants engaging in bitter hand-to-hand combat through their quest to defeat "Evil Forces", protecting the knowledge that was found contained in ancient scrolls describing Russian Sobor combat system. The game is broken into stages alternating object courses and combat. The player controls the group of five fighters. In the very first stage they are trained in a sparring session, the player's performance defining their toughness for the rest of the game. Obstacle...

╬╝Labyrinth

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

╬╝Labyrinth is a puzzle game, where the player should guide an object across a magnetic field, which cells have different polarity. The magnetic field is auto-generated each time the player starts the level. Taking into account the principle of magnetic fields superposition, the player by turns should assign red (south) or blue (north) polarity to the object to make it move to the next cell in the magnetic field. In case of equilibrium state for the object in the current cell, the player can choose the movement direction on his own. It is restricted to return back to the cell already visited,...

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