From Matthias Schüssler:
An addictive logic game, Clickomania is an exciting freeware game for young and old. When you start the game, the board is filled with tiles. You are supposed to eliminate all these stones by clicking on groups of stones with the same color. Clickomania is a cult game with more than 3,000,000 players worldwide. It offers several varied game modes and Web scores. The game is suitable for kids and young players and a challenge for adults. It 'speaks' English and German.
"Not as easy as it looks, which makes the challenge more serious!"
September 23, 2007
Version: Clickomania Next Generation 1.0
i haven't figured out how to win yet. but that will come with time.
it is difficult to get the hang of playing, but after that, i can at least come closer to winning. there are a lot of games that you have to play because you love to play... not because winning is the do all, end all of the game. this is one game i like playing whether i win or lose.
Lots of fun, attractive. Easy to play, but difficult to win. It's fun to play even if you don't win. I definitely appreciate the undo button! ;-)
Kind of annoying that everytime you finish a game you have to enter your name. The pop up screen leads you to believe that all the results automatically get put on the web. Further reading in the help file shows that your results are only put on the web if you 'publish' them. Since results can't be published with this version, why do I have to enter the info everytime (even if it is just a click to confirm)?
Consider requiring the info only when it's a top score on the non-publish version.
I admit, I spend too much time with computer games. Not really with the playstation or xbox. I love the small games: I am crazy about Tetris, a fan of Sokoban and I have played hundrets of games of Mahjongg. But Clickomania is still my undefeated favorite. The new version adds more diversion and the online feature is cool. The sounds and graphics could be more explosive -- but the game is still smaller than one megabyte, and that's, for me, the bigger advantage.