TETRIS-24 is the 24 Game in a tetris setting. The game has a game board like tetris with tiles on it.
To remove tiles, you create equations. To create an equation, select a number, then add/subtract/divide/multiply it to
other number(s) to get to 24 (you can see the current sum in the bottom right). Once you get 24, you can click the sum (now green) which
will clear the tiles in the equation. If you can't get 24, you can delete an equation by using the red MC button, but beware, doing this adds
another line of tiles as a penalty. A row of tiles will be added to the top of the board every time you complete an equation. The number of points gained/lost
for completing/abandoning an equation is the sum of the numbers in the equation.

Remove Mode - Game starts with the game board full, the goal is to get to no tiles left Timed - Line gets added every x seconds Enforce 4 - Before using an operation again in an equation, you must use all the operations Enforce 4 Over Equations - Same as Enforce 4, but globally, instead of just during an equations No Adjacent - Cannot use numbers adjacent to numbers already in the equation Only Adjacent - Only can use numbers adjacent to the last number used in the equation No Duplicates in Equation - Only can use a given number once in an equation Columns - Number of Columns in the game board Rows - Number of Rows in the game board Minimum Tile Value - The lowest value a tile can have Maximum Tile Value - The highest value a tile can have Seconds Between Lines - The number of seconds between lines in the timed mode Initial Rows - The number of rows initially on the board Minimum Numbers Needed - The number of numbers needed in an equation before you can click the sum. Look at the number in the parentheses below the sum to see how
many numbers are in the current equation.