Brettrix is a tetris-like game with lots of options, and lots of scope to be silly! You choose how many bricks there are per piece... with up to 40 bricks per piece it's fun just watching the shapes to see what they look like. You can also decide how many pieces fit in the window, what you get score for, the speed of the game and whether it speeds up. You can configure your own sets of gameplay and scoring options and have a high score list for each one. You also have a lot of control over how the game looks, such as the colours, textures, size and even shape of the blocks.
What's new in version 1.2
A bug which could prevent the creation of new option sets was fixed.
You can now make the Game Statistics window partially transparent, so that if the game window takes up the whole screen you can still see your statistics without them obscuring the game. Also, the option set active in the current game is shown on the Game Statistics window.
You can now switch option sets and create new option sets from the Game menu.
A bug relating to deleting and renaming option sets was fixed.
The version number was multiplied by the number of months in a year, divided by the day of the release date, and raised to the power of the average number of years per annum since recording began.
ReleaseAugust 25, 2008
Date AddedApril 11, 2003
Operating SystemsMacintosh, Mac OS X 10.2
Mac OS X (tested in 10.2, probably works in earlier versions)