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Tidalis is a block-based puzzle game with casual appeal, hardcore depth, and an addictive new "streams" mechanic. The game is brimming over with riffs and variants on that core mechanic with 20 game modes, dozens of special blocks and items, and 115 levels in the adventure mode alone. The basic rules of the game are this: blocks fall down into the board and have a color and an arrow direction. If a stack of blocks exceeds the height of the board, you lose. In order to clear blocks, you must right-click and drag paths through the arrows to set up chain reactions of like-colored blocks.
If this sounds simple, that's because it is -- you'll be lining up lengthy chains within minutes. But you'll be surprised how much brainpower it takes to set up combos of multiple chains, and the many brainteaser-style puzzles include some real stumpers. Tidalis has co-op and competitive multiplayer modes (both online and offline); action-oriented modes and timer-less brainteasers; a lengthy, casual-friendly adventure mode; twenty unique game modes providing innumerable twists to the basic gameplay; dozens of special blocks and items; and over fifty minutes of beautiful music to go with the painterly art.
In short, several games' worth of content are built on top of this core mechanic, which you'll quickly find to be as iconic as it is novel.

Key Features:

  • Puzzle game with casual appeal, hardcore depth, and an addictive new mechanic.
  • Two-player co-op and competitive play (both local and networked).
  • A wide selection of both action-oriented or brainteaser-like levels.
  • Casual-friendly adventure mode, hardcore-focused custom games and vs modes.
  • 20+ game styles, and dozens of items and special blocks.
  • Rich, painterly art style and beautiful music.
  • Players can create and share whole new themes, levels, and adventures.
  • Options for colorblind players, players averse to lots of light and motion, and older computers.

Title: Tidalis
Genre: Casual, Indie
Arcen Games, LLC
Arcen Games, LLC
Release Date: 16 Jul, 2010


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Clever idea, unfortunately I didn't enjoy it. *. This is a tough game to review, and whether it's recommended or not depends entirely on the demographic. Tidalis is a supremely polished and smooth game that has a metric ton of features. The trailers and screens don't do justice to the sheer amount of content that the game contains, and it's a nice tonic when compared to the occasional Early Access flop that you see on Steam. There's clearly a lot of love that's gone into the creation of Tidalis.

Fans of puzzle games will find a lot to admire. The gameplay is very solid with a bewildering array of game options. The adventure mode doesn't take itself too seriously, has a decent sense of humour and is as challenging as you want it to be - handicap adjustments can be made at any time, though the default difficulty provides a good test without inducing baldness. The brainteasers offer another dimension, and the level editor is sound. Multiplayer is available in all modes and works well. Special mention to an excellent OST to round things off. Perhaps I'm sounding overly positive, but I was genuinely impressed with the level of quality that this game presented.

That being said, it's ultimately held up by its own genre limitation - if you're a puzzle game fan, particularly match-3 games, then fantastic! I'd urge you to pick this immediately. But for others, it might all get a tad too samey over the course of the game. Despite some varied gameplay mechanics, it all boils down to the same core principle at the end of the day, and if that doesn't sound like your cup of tea then it might not be worth it.

I'd still recommend it as an excellent example of what a good puzzler is all about; depth, difficulty and variety.. Tidalis is a very cute and highly addictive casual puzzle game with a unique take on a well-known formula. The cutscenes and music are probably a matter of taste (personally, I liked the music but skipped through most of the story), but if you want to just sit down and relax, they create a comfortable and immersive atmosphere. The tutorial does a great job at introducing the game mechanics and there is a huge variety of different game modes. You can even create your own puzzles or play community-created ones. Last but not least, it has full Linux/SteamOS support. If you like games like Tetris Attack or Bejeweled, this is certainly for you.

In campaign mode, however, there is one major issue that you should be aware of: More than other puzzle games I've played, victory is often a matter of mere luck. In some stages the victory conditions are impossible to plan ahead for; on many occasions I had to restart a level several times because the blocks on the board didn't leave any sensible moving options. While in Bejeweled the board is cleared when you're out of moves, this does not happen here. On one occasion, for example, you're supposed to create large combos but at the same time are not allowed to move the majority of blocks. If they're not in a useful position by chance, there's simply nothing you can do, which can be extremely annoying.

If you believe that you can cope with this problem, I recommend this game to you.. I thought I could jump into this without the tutorial..silly me..anyways I decided to go through the tutorial (Which I do recommend) which is a good tutorial btw. Then I played the game. The stages are interesting. Each one has different goals to achieve which keeps it interesting. It is no means like Tetris. It may look like Tetris, Smell Like Tetris, Fall like Tetris but it's not. You basically have to keep that game out of your mind if you want to be successful at playing this game. I do however like it. It's a bit challenging but I love a challenge so bring it on! :). I like these kinds of games, it's relaxing and a nice way to enjoy your coffee at the start of the day.
Tidalis has a weird story and it's a huge game, lots of levels and a lot of block mechanics to get to know. I like how you can change difficulty as some levels can be very punishing.
But Tidalis is in the end boring and very RNG.
I can't really recommend it (apart from the really weird story) when you have other much better games in the same category like Puzzle Quest.

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