Evolution of Tetris (part 3)

Well here it is!(I’m pretty quick aren’t I?) Again I don’t know what to say so let’s just right onto it

Tetris 2 + Bombliss (1991)

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(The picture might not be a good example.)

This game was released on December 13, 1991, and created by the developer Chunsoft. It is available for Nintendo Entertainment System. It uses both the tetrominoes and pentominoes and two other types where there are two squares or three squares.

Tetris classic (1992)

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Again, with the name Tetris classic,  I couldn’t find the game since many of the Tetris games where classic old games. It is available for pc. Just like most of the Tetris games, you have the coming up box, score, level, and this time, you can see what blocks you have already used.

Super tetris 2: Bombliss (1992)

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Another Tetris game with Bombliss. Just like the other Tetris + Bombliss, it uses both tetrominoes and and pentominoes. When you clear a line with a red square, the red square will explode, it can also activate  other red squares, causing a chain. The background changes as you play. It is available on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Wordtris (1992)

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As the name suggests, it is a word Tetris game. You have to try to make words and earn points. Letters will fall down and you have to order them around. If there is a block of letter on top of another on, it will get pushed down. It is available on Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, DOS, Macintosh operating systems, and MS-DOS



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