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Klax 3D

Klax 3D is an action strategy game in which the object is to catch colored tiles as they fall off a conveyor belt and stack them into horizontal, vertical, and diagonal rows. A fun an addictive casual game that has been around a few years, this Flash version is actually an adaptation of a classic Atari arcade game from 1989, also called Klax.

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Oh man, I remember playing this on my BBC B (which I think may predate the Atari version, I'm not sure). So much fun, thanks Jay!

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I've adored Klax for YEARS, but I'm having a terrible time playing this isometrically. I get so confused about which arrow sends it where! I also was unable to ascertain the purpose of the 3D-ness of the game and the shelf in particular, unless it was to look cool?

(Also, I have to say I played it for so many hours on the Sega Genesis growing up that it confuses my hands to have the LEFT hand (on the spacebar) in charge of flipping things off the paddle! How's that for muscle memory?)

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I'm used to playing Klax on the Game Boy, where the tiles were in black and white. I keep thinking of patterns instead of colors!

I find it hard to figure out which column the tiles are in until they get towards the bottom.

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How ironic that the original was more 3D than this version!

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Random Bob November 8, 2005 9:49 PM

Every version of Klax I've ever played on console had a button to throw the tiles back on the field. Has this version simply omitted this or is it some closely guarded secret that cant fall into the hands of the enemy >.>

Theyre watching you know... >.> yeah... them... >.>

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What I remember best about this game is the odd "industrial?"-sounding music options... I liked them a lot back then! I can still hear the starting bars... Does anyone else remember these? (I think I had the Nintendo version...)

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I also have memories of spending hours playing this game and also remember the versions I played on having the ability to throw blocks back but these were definitely not originals as they had other additions such as multicolored blocks. I much prefer the original non isometric view and I have found that certain combinations of blocks don't give all the points they should such as:

X X X
X - -
X - -

Still a good game as it brings back memories, cheers Jay

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i have this game on the ps1 at the mo and its just as good on the pc. i got bored after a while though. thats the trouble with these games. they bore you to death but they are just so good. how annoying.

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this game gets boring after a while when playing it... I don't know why, but I think it's fun...

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please help me

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This is horribly addictive! I love it.

Does anyone know a downloadable version?

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The page requested could not be found, evermore.

Quoth the server, 404.

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OMGPÖWNDLOL Author Profile Page September 23, 2009 3:46 PM

Link is broken...
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