Clines is a Firefox extension that provides a clone of Color Lines.
The goal is to move balls in order to build lines with the same colors. Once installed, a new entry entitled "Clines" appears in the "Tools" menu. Just click on it to start playing.
The game runs on a rectangular board, with evenly distributed cells. By default, the board consists of 9 by 9 cells. Every cell can be either empty or occupied by a chip. At the start of the game, a fixed number of chips (3 by default) is randomly thrown on the board. The turn is then given to the player.
Every turn, player has to select a chip and move it onto a free cell on the board, and there has to be an unobscured path between the selected chip and the selected empty cell, having the chip only moving vertically or horizontally.
After the player's turn, the whole board is scanned to determine if any chips of the same color form a long enough straight line (by default 5 chips), then all such chips are removed from the board. When the chips are considered for removal, a single chip may be a part of one or more straight lines. If at least one chip was removed, the control is immediately returned to the player.
Otherwise the computer then makes it's turn, throwing more chips on the board (again, 3 by default). Then the board is again checked for any lines of chips to remove, before returning the turn to the player. The objective of the game is to prevent the board from filling up completely for as long as possible. The game ends when computer doesn't have enough room to place all chips for it's move.
You can play Clines online. You can also install Clines. It's the same game, but if you install Clines :
* You can play offline.
* Your settings will be saved between games.
* Your scores will be saved.
· Mozilla Firefox
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Danish and Macedonian translations added