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What is Hello?
Hello! is a Nology game that offers phone puzzle in four different modes- Bridge mode, Crazy mode, Strategy mode and Tower mode. Hello is for the think and play setting. Phones emerge on your screen, and you have to avoid them from filling up your entire screen. Your friend Ringo will give you tips and warnings.
In Crazy mode, telephones appear from anywhere on the screen. You have to connect as many phones as possible to avoid them from filling up your screen. Telephones rush in from the top and bottom of your screen, and you have connect phones as fast as you can before a phone from the top collides with a phone from the bottom. In Strategy mode, phones emerge from the bottom of the screen. You have to connect as many phones as you can before they reach the top of your screen. You should not let the telephones pile up to the top in Tower mode.
Hello! offers you 160 different game levels. You can save your high scores, and play in either window or full screen mode. It features jazz soundtrack. You have 9 power ups to help you in your play. It operates on Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, NT, XP and Server 2003. It requires DirectX 3.0 or higher, 133 MHz Pentium /AMD or higher, minimum of 32MB RAM or 64MB recommended, 10MB free disk space.
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Last updated: : October 24, 2012