Mania to rotate the brain diagonally
Absolutist.com released new original game Rotate Mania Deluxe
September 08, 2005 - Absolutist.com launched a long-awaited hit sequel to Rotate Mania game
Rotate Mania Deluxe is the latest sequel to Rotate Mania game, an addictive puzzle based on the mix of Tetris, Clickomania and Collapse. Among games of that kind it stands out with its unique interface, unbelievable physics of the clockwork motion and numerous options enabling to customize the game to your personal preferences.
The main task is to remove figures from the playing field by matching several triangles of the same color. As you make progress in each level, you can see more of the beautiful picture of a clock in the right side of the screen. Two game modes (strategy and arcade game) are designed to please players preferring both moderate and high game paces. Owners of the full version may enjoy 70 game levels. Having passed all of them, you get Absolutist's funclub membership in reward.
The graphics of the game is extremely original. Interface of Rotate Mania Deluxe looks very much like clockwork. Each element of it has been thoroughly thought through and is irreplaceable. Choose full screen mode to experience the realistic motion of the clockwork and accurate and precise job it does!
Background music, and which is more important, four kinds of skins will help you customize the game to your liking and make it even more special than it is now!
Owners of the registered version of the game may enjoy:
If you pass all the levels, you get a fun-club member's card and can purchase Absolutist's games with an unbelievable discount.
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