Slidez

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Another great looking game from one of the C64’s last commercial saviour’s, Jon Wells.

You simply had to replicate the picture on the left hand side by sliding the pieces together. The same game essentially as ‘Puzzle Shuffle’.

This puzzler was going to contain 8 pictures in total, but unfortunately Michael Arrowsmith was unable to carry on the project due to work and College commitments and another decent artist couldn’t be found to finish the remaining 6.

Therefore the game was sadly scrapped, and now exists only as a 2 preview game with two different puzzles to complete. The completion status of the game is 80% complete.

This title has been in GTW for a number of years now, but Jon has confirmed that the game has been completely scrapped. Now with this, we can finally bring you an exclusive download of this promising puzzler.

Check out a possible Visualize goodie… and hopefully someday soon we will find Mike Arrowsmith and hear some words from him about this little game…

If you liked Puzzle Shuffle, then you’ll like this…

Contributions: Jon Wells

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  • Preview_Slidez.zip
  • Jon Wells talks to GTW about Slidez…

    “Here’s the unfinished slidez game.. There’s 2 versions each one has a different main picture! Completely scrapped this one. The code was around 80% complete.

    The full version was going to contain 8 pictures in total, but unfortunately Michael Arrowsmith was unable to carry on the project due to work and College commitments and I couldn’t find another decent artist to finish the remaining 6, so that was why it never got finished..

    The previews are both playable, use a joystick… The block held in the top of your status panel can be flipped when you press fire and it’s border flashes white. Just move left, right up or down.. Press fire to paste the block into the empty space in the slidez pic. Press F3 and F5 to toggle the sprite grids ON or OFF for both players.”

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