Triangle Trifle presents a gameplay style inspired by Tetris, combined with some elements of match 3 puzzles. With a colorful interface and replacing the classic blocks by diamonds, the game challenges us to create groups of at least four pieces of the same color to make them disappear from the grid and get points.
The objective, as in Tetris, is to prevent these diamonds from reaching the top of the screen, and get as far as we can to achieve a good score. Diamonds are formed by two triangles of different colors, which we need to move and rotate in order to create matching groups.
As we advance, the game will get trickier, diamonds will fall faster and this will be fun for a while, but probably for a short while, as the gameplay becomes dull, and repetitive.
We can control most of the game actions with the keyboard, using the arrow keys to rotate the diamonds, and the space bar to switch colors, and it is also possible to use the mouse to move the tiles. It has three levels of difficulty, two playing modes, along with a section that keeps track of the highest scores.
- Nice graphics
- Affordable price
- Not original
- Repetitive gameplay