Rectangle Tetris began as a game that my 6th grade math teacher would sometimes let us play. It begins as a simple grid of nine by seventeen boxes. You roll two dice. Then, using the values of the dice as the side lengths of a rectangle, you pick where you want to place the rectangle. Having chosen the location, you color it in. You roll the dice again and continue to shade in rectangles. The one with the least amount of empty cells at the end is the winner.
Rectangle Tetris features a built-in save capability to allow you to keep going from where you left off and has a high score list in its future.
• Completely rewriten from the ground up. This mean less bugs and cooler things for you to do. It has a new and improved interface, complete with an awesome score slider and cooler-looking buttons with awesome mouseover effects.
Universal Binary (PPC/Intel)
Mac OS X 10.2 or later