It's a retro-themed, single-player puzzle game for tablets and mobile. If you liked games such as Tetris, Columns, TriTryst etc, you might enjoy this. You score points by arranging rows of triangular tiles into quads. The full game includes challenge modes and time-based events.
Tri-Strip, the second title from sc0tt games, has recently received a major post-launch upgrade, both to improve quality and to add commonly-requested features.
The game was originally released earlier in June, to generally poor reviews and sales. In the spirit of never releasing a bad game, I have re-written it and released the improvements as an update.
Tri-Strip is a retro puzzle game, with Gameboy-inspired visuals and audio. The aim of the game is to drop triangular tiles onto a grid to create square or diamond shapes. The concept is very simple, but the game is difficult since the tiles are arranged in groups, which makes fitting them onto the grid very challenging. It features multiple game modes, which introduce added difficulty through timed events and differently-shaped grids.
The upgrade features the following changes:
The game is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and is also available for PC from the Windows 8 Store.
I have also released a trailer to highlight the feature updates:
Tri-Strip, the second title from sc0tt games, is now available for Android, Kindle Fire, and Windows Phone 8. The iOS version will be available on June...
The announcement trailer for Tri-Strip is on Kotaku. I'm somewhat proud. :-)
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