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ColorFall Wildfire Instructions
ColorFall Wildfire is the same as the first version except that all connected tiles must be removed.
At the start of every round in ColorFall Wildfire, the board is filled with colored tiles.
Points are earned by removing 2 or more connected tiles of the same color at a time.
To remove tiles, click on one of the tiles you want to remove. That tile and every selected tile is automatically selected and highlighted in yellow.
Click again on one of the selected tiles to remove them all. The tiles above the removed ones will drop.
If you do not want to remove the selected tiles, click a tile that is not selected.
The 7 different color tiles are worth different points: 10, 20, 30, ... 70.
The different tiles are shown in order on the right side of the game board.
A multiplier is awarded for removing more than 2 tiles at a time. Removing many tiles at once will award high scores.
The first round starts with 3 different color tiles.
Every round, a new color is added until there are 7 different tiles.
For the first 5 rounds you must remove at least 50 tiles to proceed to the next round.
After round 5 the number of tiles you must remove increases by 10 per round until 90.
The game is over when you do not remove enough tiles to progress to the next round.
Strategy: Sometimes the most points can be earned in the first and second round.
Although the tiles are worth more in the later rounds,
there is much greater opportunity to remove large amounts of tiles at once in the early rounds.
In round 1, remove as many of the 10 point purple and 20 point yellow tiles as you can so that you can
remove every 30 point red tile at once. In round 2, try to do the same with the 40 point green tiles.
In the later rounds, the goal is to contine through as many rounds as possible.
Before removing any tile, determine if you should remove any of the tiles above it first.
Sometimes, two connect tiles can be removed, but after tiles below it are removed, those tiles are no longer connected.