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The included documentation describes Textris as follows: "Textris is a cross between Tetris and Scrabble. The idea is to form words from falling letter tiles." That's a pretty good description of this game. Letter tiles drop, Tetris-style, into the playing field, and your goal is to spell as many words as possible. Longer words = more points. Decent graphics, and it does seem to work since it includes a decent dictionary of words. (Based on the original game by Thomas G. Hanlin, this game was coded by Loren Blaney.)
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