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 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 rows, but not all blocks are created equal; and some will move through one another, slipping by independently.

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Well, it was one day overdue. We meant to have it released yesterday. But that's what happens when suddenly your hard drive gets corrupted and several programs stop functioning even after a clean install.
But enough about such happy things.
We - omzig, charliegreen, and myself, Timeroot - developed this in roughly 10 days. It was an idea I had toyed around with for a while. It wasn't the first time any of us had tried to make a game, but it's the first time we brought it to a really complete stage, what with a logo and menu screen and okay quality graphics.


At this point what we really want to know the most is people's opinions [and any bugs, should you find them]. Please do let us know, and thank you!


Note that both require Java to be installed.

A jar file, for all platforms.
Quatris 1.0

An exe file, for Windows only.
Quatris 1.0 (.exe)

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