Line 98 Standard or Color Lines 1998 - The retro version of the most additive board game ever on PC

Line 98 was invented by a Russian developer in 90s. It then was developed on PC and integrated in Win 98. Then we call it Line 98 or Color Lines 1998.

This classical board game is set with 9x9 grid. On this square grid, there are some random color balls in normal status and three small ones which could be replaced by a big one when you drag another color ball into. If you don't, the small color ball will grow and become a big ball, take the place and fill up grid. Your mission is to rearrange the color balls to form a line of same color with at least 5 color balls in a line (row, column, cross). Then you have a color line, all the balls will explode and the grid will be clean. Do it again as much as possible to get score.

This game is very famous in 90s. When every officer use PC and Win 98, they all know this game and it was really really additive. But it's also relaxing, a good choice to kill time in your office, or when waiting for someone.

Enjoy it - the Line 98 Standard!

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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

HannahD2017 ,

Good game

Nice design

hunglee.cdp ,


Very good

Laynz ,


I enjoyed the game for over a month. I was at 50,000 points and then it just restarted at 0! Even more infuriating, my highest score is still listed as 13,682. Well, thanks...I guess. I will be deleting this game now because I really did waste too much time that should've been spent being productive. I will get back to my life now. Thanks for the temporary escape, but shame on you for crushing my spirit tonight!

Developer Response ,

I'm really sorry for that. I know that seeing the records disappeared is totally crazy, like we lost backup data in computer. We'll try to fix that and hope that you would come back one day. Thank you very much!

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