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Regrebluli

As per usual with Tonypa games the difficulty curve in Regrebluli is pretty steep, but that's about the only complaint there is with this addictive, entertaining game. The one thing we can always count on with Tonypa is a simple idea (plain stark graphics and elementary gameplay) done exceedingly well.

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Interesting, original game.

Restart always at level 1? No Thanks :-I

(And I wish Adobe would finally fix that drag over edge of screen issue in flash)

The first Tonypa game in a long time that just doesn't excite me. Tried it and a couple of time was enough... Not particularly hard, but the replay value is not what Tonypa's standard.

Also, like fuzzyface, my only real issue with his games is that you usually start from level 1 once you lost. I'd be happier if there were stages - like every fifth level.

All in all however, Tonypa is still one of my favourite game developers.

bio

As is often the case with Tonypa, the genius isn't just from how the game is designed, but through its creative scoring scheme. While most games might give you more points for getting rid of the lines as quickly as possible, here you are vastly rewarded for letting the lines grow as long as possible before killing them. But, this comes with risks, since you have less room for error if you have to rearrange your setup. When I compare my attempts at trying to beat each level vs. trying to maximize my score for each level, I find I scored higher with the latter, despite making it through only about a third of the levels.

I also echo bioLarzen's sentiments somewhat, but I see this as less of a "beat every level" game and more of a "get the highest score" game.

Feel like I haven't seen much from Tonypa lately. He certainly does some incredible things. Btw, is anybody else reminded a bit of missile command?

I think grinnyp was reminded of missle command since she mentions it in her review.

And I enjoyed this one a lot, nice challenging gameplay with an emphasis on scoring as zxo already noted above.

Thanks, grinnyp, loved the review :)

The game has 10 different shapes to play with, after level 10 it reuses same shapes over again but with more lines.

As zxo noticed, longer lines give much more points so for scoring high it is not required to reach high level.

I think I figured out what "Regrebluli" means.

REd
GREen
BLUe
LInes

Oh this name was easy, try Jorinapeka for example :)

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