The purpose of the game is to prevent blocks from filling the field up to the top by removing groups of tiles with the same picture. The more tiles you destroy simultaneously - the higher score you get.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
JoTower 1.7 Besides being an entertaining game, JoTower effectively trains your ability to concentrate.
Your task: The tower that is on the left base at the beginning of the game has to be built up again on the right base.
JoSyrux 1.4 16 planets are being attacked by the aliens. The higher the game level, the more merciless their attack becomes. Only your skillful and intelligent defense tactics will prevent them from conquering all of the planets.
Description: The purpose of the game is to prevent blocks from filling the field up to the top by removing groups of tiles with the same picture. If you click such group, it will vanish from game board. The tiles that are on top of the removed group will fall down. A line at the bottom will be added to the board. You should try to take off as many tiles as possible with a single click. The more tiles you destroy simultaneously - the higher score you get.
You can choose between two game modes.
In Score Mode you are trying to get as many points as possible.
In Level Mode you are trying to work your way through 100 levels. You may advance to the next level after reaching 1000 points. Cool tools will help you to cope with a level.
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