Ishido: The Way of Stones
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|Ishido: The Way of Stones|
|Developer: Accolade, Publishing International|
|System(s): Sega Mega Drive|
|Number of players: 1|
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Ishido: The Way of Stones is a 1989 game by Accolade and Publishing International for various home computers and consoles, including a US-only release on the Sega Genesis in 1990. It was one of Accolade's first Mega Drive releases, and as such, is unlicensed. It also predates Accolade's discovery of how TMSS worked, so will only work on Model 1 Genesis models.
The goal of the game is simple: move tiles from the space on the top right corner (by simply moving the cursor on top of the tile with the D-pad without hitting any other buttons, then moving the cursor back onto the board) and placing the tile (with ) next to another tile with the same color or shape. cycles between tile graphic sets. opens a menu with options.
- Main article: Ishido: The Way of Stones/Magazine articles.
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