Summary of Shovelware Diggers #278 - Triangular Tangram Tetris

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This video is a collection of gameplay footage from various foreign shareware games. In week 278, the focus is on a game called Taz, which is similar to Tetris but with different shapes and difficulty levels. The video showcases the game and explains how it works, before moving on to show other games such as Checkers and X-Fire.

  • 00:00:00 The foreign diggers are exploring a shareware 2000 hit game collection. In week 278, they uncovered a Windows game called Taz, which is similar to Tetris but with different shapes and different difficulty levels.
  • 00:05:00 The video showcases a falling Block Puzzle game in which the player must create shapes with identical colors. It is interesting to see how the game changes as the levels progress, with more complex shapes becoming possible.
  • 00:10:00 The video shows a game of Checkers, and explains the various skill levels and modes. The free version has one player mode and an autoplay mode, while the paid version has two player modes as well. The player's goal is to capture the opponent's pieces, but the computer can make it difficult.
  • 00:15:00 This video shows a game called "X-Fire" which plays fine and has no problems. The game is simple and designed for young kids, and there is no lives counter or ending.
  • 00:20:00 This video demonstrates how to solve a triangular tangram tetris puzzle using a shovel. The video is easy to follow and accomplishes its goal of demonstrating the puzzle solution.

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