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Yoshi (known in Japan as Yoshi no Tamago, or "Yoshi's Egg", and in Europe as Mario & Yoshi) is a falling-block tile-matching puzzle game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy on December 14, 1991 in Japan, on June and July 1992 in North America, and on December 1992 in Europe.




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Similar like Nintendo's earlier puzzle game Dr. Mario, Yoshi has players attempting to clear the playfield by matching falling blocks together. However, instead of controlling the falling blocks themselves, players now swap adjacent columns that are stacked on top of trays (held by either Mario or Luigi, depending on the player). The game's namesake comes from special tiles resembling Yoshi Eggs, which can be used to sandwich tiles together to form a Yoshi that grants bonus points.


Sand is subject to gravity, a unique quality only shared by Slush, Silt, and Shell Piles. Sand Blocks will deal damage to any player or enemy they fall on. If the amount of sand falling on the player is significant, the Suffocation debuff will be inflicted until the player manages to escape. Sand is used to craft a small number of building blocks and other items directly, but it is also the raw material for Glass, which is used for a full furniture set and a variety of other items.


Ebonsand, Crimsand, and Pearlsand are biome variants of Sand Blocks, corresponding to the Corruption, Crimson, and Hallow, respectively. They will replace ordinary Sand in their respective biomes, wherever they overlap with a Desert or Ocean biome. Like any other Corrupt, Crimson, or Hallowed block, after Hardmode begins, they will convert susceptible blocks (including regular Sand) that are up to three tiles away into their respective variants. These Sand variants are functionally identical to regular sand, but each variant can be used to craft a few biome-related items. They can be transformed back to normal Sand using Thrown Powder or Water, or the Clentaminator with Green Solution. Purification with the Clentaminator is not possible for falling sand blocks.


Extra data can be inserted in the NBT (Named Binary Tag) to modify the time in seconds the block remains in the air. This NBT is Time, which stands for the time (in ticks) for how long the falling_block has existed. If 0, the entity despawns, if 1 or greater, will continue ticking up, until it reaches its maximum lifetime of 600 ticks, or 30 seconds, at which point it turns into a dropped item. The least time value you can give a falling_block is -2147483648 (the lowest number that can be represented as a 32-bit integer). Below this value, the block will immediately despawn. It will also turn into an item if it has existed for more than 100 ticks (5 seconds) and is outside the build limit (above y=320 or below y=-63). Adding a value of time for the block will cause the block to assume a physical form when coming in contact with the ground, just like a normal sand block falling downwards. Ensure that the different data values are separated by commas:


With engine-mode: 2, both replacement-blocks and hidden-blocks are randomly replaced byhidden-blocks. While tile entities are ignored in the hidden-blocks list, they may be added tothe replacement-blocks list. All types of air blocks are ignored here.


Since the spelunker is allowed to clip into walls while doing the fliphang animation, it's possible to go through blocks while flip hanging on a falling platform or thwomp, if the player ends the flip hang animation while inside a block, it will get crushed.


If a player dies by hanging onto a block that falls into the abyss while carrying the Ankh, they will be revived, but the game thinks they are still holding onto the falling block. As a result, they are warped back to the block and fall to their death again.


If a Hired Hand (or another Spelunker, whether is a player or not) is thrown at a moveable block with the Pitcher's Mitt, they will float back in the same direction until hitting a wall. If there's a tile under the the line where the Hired Hand floats after an empty space, they will get stucked in the air.


Description: When crushed by a falling movable block while either on a ladder or clinging to the side of the wall next to one, the ankh respawned me at the entrance to the level, clinging to the air on one side, and unable to do anything other than pause the game. I was using debug mode, so that may factor into it.


Description: If the player is hanging onto a falling object (boulder, collapsible tile, and the player lands on a ledge next to the object, he is embedded into the wall and insta-crushed. (Analogous to self-telefrag from the teleporter?)


Description On the final level, hanging on the bottom of a rope directly above another rope, I jumped as the big head was below me and the wall beside me disappeared. Later I decided to see where it went. Screen scrolled as if falling before it crashed.


Taking massive inspiration from popular block dropping gamnes, Keytris is a fun-filed, typing game that has players control various falling blocks by typing certain indicated keys to avoid filling the screen with too many blocks (game over!) and generate a high score as possible.


Consisting up to 20 difficulty levels, Keytris is accessible to all levels of play. With each increasing difficulty, the blocks fall faster, giving you less time to type and think. If the game still isn't hard enough for you, you even have the option of playing up to three screens, each with falling blocks, simultaneous. Whether you're learning to type for the first time or typing veteran, Keytris provides both the challenge and fun.


Having identical rules to usual block dropping games, the ultimate goal is to guide falling blocks into an ideal spot to form complete rows, destroying that row of blocks for a higher score. The more blocks you destroy, the higher the score will be. The game ends when the blocks fill up to the top of the screen. The key difference with Keytris is that instead of controlling the falling blocks with the arrow keys on the keyboard, you must type an indicated key on the falling Keytris block. There are indicated keys on the top, sides, and bottom of the block. If you press the indicated key on top, the block will rotate; if you press the sides, the block will move on the indicated side. Pressing on the bottom key will cause the block to fall faster.


Jump from tile to tile, and avoid falling to your death, while constantly bumping into other players in TileFall.io. In this platformer inspired by another popular party game, tiles disappear under your feet as soon as you step on them. Fans of Among Us play online together to experience their favorite title in a new way. Run and jump as fast as you can to stay on the level for as long as possible, before falling down to a lower floor. Will you be one of the few players who manage to keep their cool and remain at the top until the end of the round?


Far Cry 4: Arcade Poker is a real-time falling block puzzle game based around the Poker card rules. It is a companion app for Far Cry 4. It is a standalone game using the Far Cry 4 theme, but by logging into the Uplay service, money can be transferred to Far Cry 4 once a spot is unlocked on the map, regardless of the platform.


Bloxorz is a tricky puzzle game that tests your logical skills and sheer brain power. The objective is to get the block into the square hole and avoid falling off the edge. Put your brain to the test and see how far you get!How to Play BloxorzUse your arrow keys to move the block correctly through the level and into the hole. The goal sounds simple, but Bloxorz is a challenging brain game that gets trickier and more mind-boggling as you progress. There are 33 levels in total.


As the levels get tougher, new pieces of the puzzle are added to increase the difficulty. There are switches, special tiles, multiple blocks and various ways in which they are used to add complexity to the puzzle.


Dr. Luigi is a falling block tile-matching video game and offers four distinct game modes. The first, "Retro Remedy", is played using the traditional rules of Dr. Mario. In "Operation L", two different capsules, joined together to create L-shaped configurations, are dropped into the playing field at a time. "Retro Remedy" and "Operation L" are each available in single-player and competitive multiplayer modes. "Virus Buster", a game mode that was featured in Dr. Mario Online Rx, is played by holding the Wii U GamePad vertically and using the touchscreen to drag the capsules via a drag and drop interface. "Online Battle" offers online multiplayer via Nintendo Network.[ 041b061a72


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