A1 Geo-Fit Game Pack
Puzzle / Arcade Game
Triangle Tetris-style Games
Now works on Windows NT/2000
Game by: Michael Treciokas
The A1 Geo-Fit Game Pack is a collection of three Windows 95 games that are somewhat similar to Tetris. The difference being, that the Tetris squares are divided up into triangles. For the first game, A1 Geo-Fit, each individual square is divided into four triangles. A row of squares is filled when all four triangles of each square are filled. Then the row disappears. The seven types of shapes that fall from the top are composed of these triangles. For the second game, B1 Geo-Fit, each individual square is divided into two triangles. A row of squares is filled when both of the triangles of each square are filled. Then the row is eliminated. There are seven types of shapes to place. These shapes are composed of the triangles. The third game, C1 Geo-Fit is the same as A1 Geo-Fit except that the shapes that fall from the top are larger.
The games combine the addictive nature of Tetris with new strategies for fitting triangular pieces together. When you become really good, you will be able to play A1 Geo-Fit or B1 Geo-Fit for 20 minutes non-stop without having to start a new game. For all the games each placed shape is worth five points. High scores are kept for the games. Sound card owners will appreciate the digital sound effects and Midi based music.
Minimum System Requirements
*4 Mbytes of RAM
*3 Mbytes of Hard Drive
Estimated File Size: 407 kbytes
Screen Shot of A1 Geo-Fit Game Board
(reduced in size)
Permission Required to use on CD-ROM
Do not use this game on a CD-ROM without the expressed written permission of the Developer. (Michael Treciokas)
HOME PAGE FOR ALL GAMES: Collex, Diatris and A1 Geo-Fit
Visit Diatris Game Pack Web Page
Diatris Game Pack is a group of games that are Tetris-style but use diamonds instead of squares. The Game Developer is Michael Treciokas. The Game Pack is downloadable at this site.
Visit A1 Collex Web Page
A1 Collex is a game where you collect some game pieces and avoid others while travelling through different regions. It is similar to Pac-Man but when you move the green collector box all game pieces move with you. The game developer is Michael Treciokas. The game is downloadable at this site.
Visit Web Page for 3-D Video without the need of special glasses
This is Michael's brother's web page. See some 3-D video. Invention in progress.
Counter Started December 9,1999.
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