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Single player
DOSBox:
Yes
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Yes
Resolution:
640 × 480
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Click '98 gameplay screenshot
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Click '98 is a version of the popular "Clickomania" (aka "Same Game" and many other names) which runs in DOS. The game itself is in German but the documentation file (README.TXT) is in English (after the German text) and the in-game menus are not too difficult to figure out. The goal of the game is to eliminate as many blocks as possible by selecting groups of two or more of the same color. When selected, that group of blocks will disappear, and blocks above them will fall down. It works well enough, and the "Konfiguration" menu provides options to set the number of colors (4-8) and the size of the playing field.
Instructions:
At the menu, "Starte neues Spiel" (first option) starts the game. In the "Konfiguration" menu, "Spielername" is player name, "Farben" is the number of colors, "Spielfeld Spalten" is number of lines on the playing field, and "Spielfeld Zeilen". The last option on any menu goes back (or goes to DOS).

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Click '98, #1357. Added to website: 2020-12-23. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
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