Tetravex is a puzzle game where a player needs to place the tiles in the grid in the proper position. Two tiles can only be placed next to each other if the numbers on adjacent faces match
Want to play one created using Delphi?
A great idea for the Fancy Delphi Application Contest ;-)
Tetravex - Delphi version Including Source CodeThe player is presented with a grid (by default, 3 x 3) and nine square tiles, each with a number on each edge. Options in the game let you change the grid size from 2 x 2 to 7 x 7. With the higher number of tiles the puzzle is more hard to solve.
Drag the tiles into the left grid area so that any two adjacent numbers are the same. Hold your mouse and move it to choose the position you want the tiles will keep. When the tile just into the grid you want, release the mouse and the tile will go into.
"Tetravex" was submitted by Mark Billing.
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