20 Games Like YATC(TBA)
Puzzle games. Don't you just love 'em? Classics like Tetris, Puzzle Bobble, Klax....and then there's Blodia. The concept behind Blodia is very simple: 1-You have a screen of pipe-work. 2-There is a ball travelling down the pipe. 3-If the ball drops down a gap in the pipe you have to start again. That's it. So what this all amounts to is you frantically sliding the tiles around block-puzzle style to keep that cursed ball bearing on track. God forbid that you think the ball is moving too slowly, you can even push a button to speed the damn thing up, but you have to wonder why you would ever want to do that.
(from the PC Engine Software Bible)
A DOS game where players must clear the board by aligning jelly beans.
Coloured blocks, or jelly beans fall from the top of the screen. Each bean has three coloured balls in it and the player must position them so that when they hit the bottom of the screen they make rows of three or more of the same colour. The colour sequence of each bean can be altered as it falls, there are reject beans that are hard to remove and there are clearing beans that remove all beans that match the first colour they make contact with.
The game is controlled either by the keyboard or by a keyboard/joystick combination. It has optional sound, a high score table, four levels of difficulty, nine levels, and other customizable options.
Bouncing Babies is a computer game developed in 1984 by Dave Baskin for MS-DOS. The player is in control of a two-man team of fire fighters who rescue babies thrown from the windows of a building in flames into a bouncing stretcher and safely into an ambulance.