Gaming Game Play & Streaming 4 Best Places to Play 'Same Game' for Free Where to play Same Game tile removal puzzles by Stacy Fisher Stacy is a freelancer with over 18 years experience writing about technology and personal finance. She has published hundreds of articles and co-authored a book. our editorial process Stacy Fisher Updated on December 22, 2018 Game Play & Streaming Consoles & PCs Cheats & Codes Gaming Services Game Play & Streaming Mobile Gaming Tweet Share Email Same Game is a fast-paced puzzle game where the goal is to remove all the tiles from the screen with the fewest clicks possible and in the fastest time. Every Same Game is a little different and some have different twists such as bombs and row/column destroyers that will quickly get rid of tiles. The original game was released in 1985 by Kuniaki Moribe under the name Chain Shot!. It was then only available for Fujitsu computers before being ported to Unix operating systems in 1992 and Windows in 1993, at which point it was translated to English. How to Play Same Game You start playing Same Game by finding a group of two or more tiles that go together and click or double-click on them. They'll be removed from the game screen and the tiles above will fall into place. Keep clicking on groups of tiles until you've cleared the Same Game screen. Looking for more retro games? Try your hand at free online versions of Zork and Pacman. 01 of 04 Same Game at Big Fish Games © Big Fish Games What We Like No ads on the website. Modern design. What We Don't Like Requires Adobe Flash. Takes a while to fully load. Same Game at Big Fish Games has a great look to it and features the classic Same Game tiles. An added twist is that on every level you have three bombs that can be used to remove those frustrating stray tiles. Keep an eye on the bar above your Same Game score - if you want to stay in the game you'll need to finish the level you're on before the timer runs out. 02 of 04 Same Game at Fact Monster © Fact Monster What We Like Simple design. Works without Flash. What We Don't Like Old, unappealing interface. No sound. Same Game at Fact Monster is a very simple game of Same Game that features spheres you'll need to group and click to clear. There aren't too many options here, just a few counters to keep track of your click score and total score. 03 of 04 Same Game Charged at Newsgrounds © Newgrounds What We Like Fun animations. Includes levels. What We Don't Like Flash is necessary. Odd interface. Unnecessary sounds. Same Game Charged is a traditional Same Game in the sense that you remove groups of tiles, or in this case, balls. Same Game Charged is different from the other run-of-the-mill Same Games because balls are continuously dropped down so it's not possible to clear the screen. The goal with Same Game Charged is to clear as many balls as you can to get the high score. 04 of 04 Same Game at Mahjongg Solitaire Games © Mahjongg Solitaire Games What We Like Unique features. Basic and advanced mode. What We Don't Like Slow animations. Missing sound options. Same Game can be played at Mahjongg Solitaire Games, too. This game has a few additional features that aren't found in all of these other versions. You can play Same Game on this website in either the basic or advanced difficulty. You can also undo your moves and it won't count against your score - it will just revert your score back to what it was before you made that recent move. This version of Same Game also tells you how many bubbles are left right next to your overall score.