This brain-twisting puzzle borrows ideas from the tried-and-true Lines formula, but offers a different kind of challenge. In Stonecast, the PC shows you a combination of stones, which you must replicate by rearranging game pieces within the time limit. If you re able to make the match, a row is removed, but if you can t figure it out, the game will add another row until the board fills up. The graphics and music are nothing to write home about, but they don t distract from gameplay. The trial version limits you to only four levels, but since we had a tough time even getting past the third stage using the easiest setting, we think Stonecast will provide sufficient entertainment for a while. Besides choosing a difficulty level, you can adjust the volume, although the game doesn t provide a windowed mode. Most puzzle fans will likely have fun with this game.
From Eph Software:
Stones stack up row by row on a board. It's your job to knock them off before they fill up the entire board. Slide stones around to form a row of stones the same as the topmost row. The matching rows of stones are knocked off the board, preventing the stones from filling up the board. However, you have to match it before time runs out or the stones get set in place. Don't let them keep stacking up.