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November 22nd, 1999

[3:40 PM] The Shape(s) Of Things To Co
by Staff

Carrot Software has released a beta version of a new game called Shapes. Shapes is a modern day rework of the addictive Tetris, and is currently available in prerelease form. While the designers at Carrot Software put the finishing touches on the final, you can satisfy your gaming desire with this fully functional version. According to Carrot:

Carrot Software is releasing an old project that has never before been released. Called Shapes, it is a Tetris clone with several (optional) added difficulties.

This is an OLD version. It is being completely rewritten. Do NOT submit bug reports, and be sure to read the included "Read Me" file.

This version of Shapes is free. You can find more information at the Carrot Software web site.

The Mac Observer Spin: Carrot Software is doing all fans of classic gaming a favor by introducing Shapes. Tetris has long been one the most popular arcade games of all time.

Carrot Software



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