This is one of the most intriguing takes on Tetris we have ever seen. Blocks of
multiple colors drop one at a time. Rotate the colors around the block to touch the same
color on a resting block. This causes the colors to be removed and the remaining colors
in both blocks to redistribute evenly. If the number of colors in a block is reduced to one
then the block is removed. Cascade effects are then possible. Some block edges are "walled"
so they won't touch other colors. Causing a redistribution of the colors can make a color
extend beyond this "wall" so it can be removed with another block. Occasionally a little
tiny block of gray will drop. When it comes to rest on a color, that color is removed from all
blocks. It plays easier than it reads.
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