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    Name:ATetrisC - Another Tetris Clone
    Authors:Jason Whatson
    OS/Platform:Any OS (Java 1.4 or greater)
    Binary/Executable: Download
    Source code: Download
    Licence:Free for non comercial use. Do not remove author info!
    More infomation:N/A

    Yes another Tetris clone!

    If you dont want to download it, you can play it online here in applet form which also features high score submission!

    Move piece left: Left key
    Move piece right: Right key
    Move piece down: Down key
    Rotate piece: Up key
    Change rotation direction: R Key
    Pause game: P Key
    New game: N Key
    Submit score to high scores: S Key (when games over)

    Game play
    Player moves on to the next level every 60 seconds.
    Every level the drop rate of the Tetris piece gets faster by 20ms.
    The more rows you complete at once the more points you recive, points are as follows:

    1 row: 100 points
    2 rows: 300
    3 rows: 600
    4 rows: 900

    You get bonus points for 'dropping' (using down key) a piece.

    There are a few easter eggs. See if you can find them.

    Authors:Jason Whatson
    OS/Platform:Windows, Linux/Multiplatform
    Binary/Executable: Download
    Source code: Download
    More infomation:

    A clone of the old arcade game breakout.

    Features powerups and written in c++ and uses the SDL media library.

    My first released c++ game which runs on windows linux and potentially other platforms.