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Thursday, November 03, 2005
Lumixed 4E4 is possibly the closest thing that you can find for the PC besides owning the original title if you want to rotate some blocks and form a combination of squares to the beat of the accompanying music.

The beta version comes with two stages but the game is highly moddable without any programming knowledge at all. Tweak the XML files a bit, add your own graphics plus tracks in either MP3, WAV or OGG format (even URL to internet radio feeds!), and you have a brand new skin to play with.

Expect some tutorials to be added to the site in the near future, and tons of downloadable stages as soon as people start making their own levels for the game.

Made using Matt's excellent M-engine, written for C++ users and free to use.

Name: Lumixed 4E4
Developer: Steven Bisson and Matt Bennett
Category: Puzzle
Type: Freeware
Size: 10MB