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Shareware ($12CDN)
Up to 2 players, Simultaneous shared keyboard competitive
For Kids:
320 × 200
Official Website
* Archived, Jan 1999
Drip screenshot
Drip gameplay screenshot
DOSBOX_DRIP.ZIP - 404k - Run DRIP.EXE to play
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DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 3.5
Drip is a Columns clone with a few unique features. The objective is the same as Columns: Block sets ("drops") will fall into the well, each containing three colors (or special blocks); match three or more to remove them from the playing field. The game works decently and it has Soundblaster music. There are also two special types of blocks: Wilds (which match any color) and bombs (which destroy nearby blocks). You can also play a two-player simultaneous game.
Player 1:
Left / Right Arrows Move block left / right
Up Rotate
Down Drop faster

Player 2:
Z / C Move block left / right
S or D Rotate
X Drop faster
* DRIP v1.0 by Chaos Software *
Req: DOS, 386+, VGA
Sup: Adlib, SoundBlaster, Windows 3+
Columns clone with bombs and wild cards!
Rendered graphics! Two players head to head!

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