Klax is a 1989 computer puzzle video game designed by Dave Akers and Mark Stephen Pierce and now available in Flash by WheelHouseCreatives.
The object of Klax is about arranging tiles dropping off a perpetually running conveyor belt. A Klax is three or more identically colored tiles in a row.
You can catch and hold as many as five toles at a time with your paddle. Then drop them onto one of the five piles below. Three tiles make a Klax, four tiles makes two Klaxes and five tiles compose three Klaxes. Horizontal Klaxes are worth more than vertical Klaxes, while diagonal Klaxes are worth even more. There are ten different color of tiles.
Klax comes in three difficulty levels: easy, standard and hard. Happy Puzzling!
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