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Chapter 9: Netslide

This game combines the grid generation of Net (see chapter 3) with the movement of Sixteen (see chapter 6): you have a Net grid, but instead of rotating tiles back into place you have to slide them into place by moving a whole row at a time.

As in Sixteen, control is with the mouse or cursor keys. See section 6.1.

The available game parameters have similar meanings to those in Net (see section 3.2) and Sixteen (see section 6.2).

Netslide was contributed to this collection by Richard Boulton.

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