Shuffle is an addictive implementation of the famous Sliding Block Puzzle,
often also known as 15 Puzzle. The goal is to slide randomly arranged tiles
back to their home position. A level is solved when all tiles are arranged
back into correct order.
Unlock new levels with cool 3D images by solving already available levels,
beating best times or scores.
Shuffle will challenge you for months each time you have or need a
little break: Play it while you wait for your download to finish, while there is a
commercial break during C.S.I., when there is just dead silence on the
#morphos IRC channel or if you have another reason to kill some time.
· Four levels available right from the start.
· Many different challenges to unlock another 35 levels.
· Award-winning ray-tracing graphics.
· Fully animated tile sliding and shuffling.
· Slide multiple tiles at the same time.
· Replay mode.
· 100% multitasking friendly Magic User Interface GUI.
· Cool sound effects (needs Reggae).
· 100% style guide conform.
· Completely localized.
Thanks to many helpful translators Shuffle is available in 11 languages. Besides built-in English
following languages are supported:
· German (game and documentation)
· Polish (game)
· Russian (game and documentation)
· Dutch (game and documentation)
· French (game)
· Italian (game)
· Hungarian (game)
· Finnish (game)
· Swedish (game)
· Czech (game)
Shuffle is no longer available for purchase and/ or supported separately. A demo version of Shuffle is part of all releases of MorphOS 2.0 or better.
The features of the registered version of Shuffle will be available automatically as soon a valid MorphOS 2.x key-file is installed.
Thanks a lot to all people who bought Shuffle!
Updated webpage with latest information.
Shuffle 1.14 update available for all registered users.
Shuffle sales stopped to avoid spoiling of customers in
case of unexpected MorphOS 2.0 release.
Shuffle 1.10 released.
Shuffle 1.9 released.
Shuffle 1.8 released.
Shuffle 1.7 released.
Another Shuffle Video available on YouTube
demonstrating the new replay feature.
Video available on YouTube showing a 38s record play of level #1 (yes, beating a
level in 60s or less is possible contrary to popular belief).
Shuffle 1.5 available for purchase
Shuffle 1.1 available for beta testers