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Radiangames Ports Slydris to Android with More Games to Come

Posted June 10, 2013 by Paolo Nikko in News

Radiangames has followed numerous success with their games on the iOS with a number of loyal followers. Finally, the developer has begun porting their games over to Android with Slydris taking the first step. If you have ever played Tetris in your entire life, then Slydris won’t be hard for you, as this is a game where you have to slide down blocks

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Compared to Tetris in which the blocks that will land will clear a line, Slydris on the other hand will let you slide them around to create a solid line of blocks. Once that solid line gets removed from the field, you just have to repeat the same process all over again. Players can also do numerous combos by dropping them into open spots to fill and create more solid lines of blocks.


There are other special blocks in the game like Shatter, Upcoming, Locked and Magnet that adds to the challenge and variety of the game.

Slydris comes with different game modes and you can choose from Infinite, Zen and Survival mode just to name a few. If you’re up to the task, you can check out this cool arcade puzzle game at the Google Play store for $1.99.

However, Radiangames is brining other games to the Google Play store between June and the first week of July. Here are some of the games being ported.

– Crush – June 13th (simultaneous with the iOS version)
– Bombcats – June 20th
– Inferno+ – June 27th
– Ballistic – July 2nd

With that said, you can expect more games in the near future. For now, enjoy Slydris for some sliding blocks action fun.

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Paolo Nikko
Paolo Nikko

A graduate of Computer Engineering, Paolo is an Android enthusiast and spends most of his time programming and playing games. He is synonymous for the word customization, as he is curios for everything that surrounds him.