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Views: 2161997SharewareTetris Style Andrew Lunn
Pyromania is a Tetris-genre falling blocks game that is most similar to the Puyo Puyo series of puzzle games. (This game … VIEW

Quatris II Gold

Views: 3,9621989SharewareTetris Style Eugene Ignatius Kim
Quatris II Gold is a Tetris clone, but it's a very well made one, the sequel to the original Quatris. It includes many … VIEW
Tags: tetris  puzzle  bombs

Quatris Pro

Views: 4,1271990SharewareTetris Style Eugene Ignatius Kim
A nice EGA Tetris clone, with a few simple variants. For one, there are a couple of different blocks. Another is that … VIEW
Tags: tetris  puzzle  bombs

Quest for Kwirk's Castle

Views: 3,5261991FreewarePuzzle JME Engineering
The Quest for Kwirk's Castle is a puzzle game with a Sokoban-inspired aesthetic. It was definitely influenced by the … VIEW

Quest II

Views: 3,3901992SharewarePuzzle DAX Software
Quest 2 is a generically-named game (different from Quest II: The Forest Trap) which offers an action / adventure / maze … VIEW
Tags: puzzle  action  maze


Views: 3,5291992SharewarePuzzle Herringbone Software
"The Patchwork Puzzle Challenge" is a sliding-puzzle game, much like the small plastic puzzles you may have seen where … VIEW


Views: 1231993SharewarePuzzle Philip P. Kapusta
Quote-Tris (or Quotris) is a word / quotation game that has little to do with Tetris, but apparently was named and … VIEW

Raku Master

Views: 9951993SharewarePuzzle Soleau Software
Raku Master is a tile-flipping puzzle game from Soleau Software where the object is to flip all of the red tiles to … VIEW
Tags: puzzle  tiles  flipping  ega


Views: 1,8331991SharewareTetris Style Soleau Software
Rampcube is a Klax-like game (released around the time that Klax became popular) which involves dropping differed color … VIEW
Tags: tetris  puzzle  klax  columns  ega

Rescue Rover

Views: 5,5361991SharewarePuzzle iD SoftwareSoftdisk Publishing
This interesting puzzle game was created by future members of id Software (John Carmack, Adrian Carmack, John Romero, … VIEW

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