- Select the column where you want the drop piece to land.
- When the drop piece lands, it "activates" pieces below and sideways.
- An activated piece will try to match another piece of the same color resulting in an activated path.
- An activated path is shown visually by laser-like beams connecting the matched pieces.
- In an activated path, all of the path pieces will shrink.
- Game ends when piece(s) go beyond the top.
Matches, Gaps, Piece Creation, and Color Conflicts
- A piece may match an adjacent piece or one across a gap.
- Activating a path that skips over a gap will create large piece(s) of the match color.
- A piece is colored gray when it is created as part of
- activated paths of different colors (i.e., as a result of a color conflict); or
- activated gray path(s).
- There are six piece sizes.
- When the smallest piece shrinks, it is destroyed and the "piece stack" above it (if present) will fall.
- When a piece stack lands, the bottom piece in the stack will activate pieces below and sideways (just like the drop piece).
- Additionally to what is described in "Fallers" mode
- each piece that is part of an activated path becomes a flyer that wants to move to the column of its color and then downwards.
- If more than one piece want to move to the same location, priority is given as follows:
- down (moving down has highest priority)
- left (moving left has lowest priority)
- Additionally to what is described in "Flyers 1" mode, a flyer may at times follow an adjacent flyer provided that they are of the same color.
- When there are two to eight pieces that could be followed, following priority is as follows (table entries with arrow(s) in them represent candidate followees for the follower in the center):
| target column left of follower
|| follower in target column
|| target column right of follower
| 2. ↖︎
|| 1. ↑ 1. ↑
|| 2. ↗︎
| 3. ←
|| *** follower here ***
|| 3. →
| 4. ↙︎
|| 4. ↘︎
- Example showing following priority with flyers wanting to go to the middle column:
- Differs from "Flyers 1" mode as follows:
- each piece that is part of an activated path becomes a flyer that wants to move to the column containing the landed piece that activated piece(s) that activated the path and then downwards;
- the color of the direction indicator lines may differ from that of the flyer and is used to indicate the target column to which it wants to move.
- A flyer has gray direction indicator lines when there is a target column conflict that would otherwise make the flyer want to move to two or more different columns; in this case, the flyer will want to move down irrespective of the column it is in.
- See "Flyers 2" and "Followers 1".
- A flyer may at times follow an adjacent flyer provided that they are of the same piece color and have the same direction indicator color.