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Th!nk Cross

DOS - 1992

Also available on: Amiga - Atari ST - Commodore 64

Alt name Think Cross
Year 1992
Platform DOS
Released in Germany
Genre Puzzle
Theme Falling Block Puzzle, Tile Matching Puzzle
Publisher Max Design GesMBH
Developer JoWooD Computer Games
Perspectives Side view, Fixed / Flip-screen
Dosbox support Fully supported on current version
5 / 5 - 3 votes

Description of Th!nk Cross

Th!nk Cross is a decent Tetris clone with a twist.

Instead of moving falling blocks in an empty play area, your goal is to match blocks of various colors and shapes by moving them horizontally and vertically. The trick here is that the blocks obey laws of physics: they always fall downward once you move them off a ledge, so this means that a block that is trapped between two blocks cannot be moved until either of its neighbors is moved, and blocks can get "stuck" in a corner. This means that you must carefully plan the order of blocks to move, similar to Sokoban. Higher levels have more blocks to move, and the number requirements also increase, e.g. you must move three or four blocks together before they all disappear, instead of just two.

Overall, a nice puzzle game that Tetris fans should enjoy, although the game's variation from the norm is very slight, and level design is not as ingenious as Sokoban.

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

Eugene 2019-09-27 0 point

Hey, it's game like puzznic!
If you like this game you can find a cool version puzznic - Blockbusterz: Hard Puzzle Game in App Store.

John 2017-08-21 0 point DOS version

OMG!! Its working!! Thank you thank you thank you so so much!! I have been wanting to play this game for a LONG time now! (I was kind of starting to give up on finding a fix). I...I.. Just don't have the words....Your Awesome! Thank you! =D

admin 2017-07-17 1 point

@John: please try the alternate version I uploaded and post results here

John 2017-07-16 0 point DOS version

This game always crashes after completing level 5 (it closes and goes back to the command prompt). I have been scouring the Internet for a solution but without success. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I love this game. (it was a big part of my childhood).

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