Casual game playing off the idea of the Tetris genre, but with a twist: each 4-square block is composed of two kinds, orange and blue. Fill a row entirely with either one and it's cleared - but don't rely on the solidity of everything, as an orange can fall straight through a blue, and vice versa.

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Quatris 1.1

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So, in about whenever time-units, we'll be releasing Quatris 1.1! It is an update to our earlier version of Quatris, featuring a basic achievement system, a number of different, BEAUTEOUS themes designed by our lovely art-master Gizmo, and pretty much a gazillion bug fixes (one of the most important ones being Linux support; sorry about that one, folks). The gameplay has also been improved.

Quatris - Minor bug fixes

Quatris - Minor bug fixes

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We're hoping that we've fixed the last of the bugs with this update - highscores were sometimes failing to save on Stressed mode. We hope that we can...

Quatris - Free Release 1.0

Quatris - Free Release 1.0

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Quatris is now available free download, in its first full-feature release. It is reminiscent of any of the many worlds of falling blocks and clearing...

Quatris nearing completion: new difficulties/game modes

Quatris nearing completion: new difficulties/game modes

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Quatris is almost released. The last features include some new rule options and game modes, with the aim of more diversity in gameplay. Also, all-new...

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Quatris 1.0 (.app)

Quatris 1.0 (.app)

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This is a native .app file for running Quatris on Mac OS X.

Quatris 1.0 (.exe)

Quatris 1.0 (.exe)

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Our full release of the game! Requires Java. Please comment your thoughts below.

Quatris 1.0 (.jar)

Quatris 1.0 (.jar)

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Our full release of the game. Requires Java. Please enjoy, and comment your thoughts below!

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jaredtbyrd
jaredtbyrd

"There's always one more bug."
- addage taught to CS sophomores at my school.

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Timeroot Creator
Timeroot

"Unless you put your software through correctness-proving software.

Then there's always one more bug in the correctness-proving software."

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Quatris
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