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Feb 14, 2010 | 11:43 PM EST

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Ever wonder what Tetris would be like with only three blocks to a shape?

I did, and threw this game together in two hours and found it to be a relaxing and laid back alternative to Tetris.

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Reviews


tomatetetomatete

Rated 2 / 5 stars February 15, 2010

Tetris 4 kidz

Tetris 4 kidz...Nooooo!



dragon999965dragon999965

Rated 2 / 5 stars February 15, 2010

boundries

you need to have the boundries better defined, it looks like there's a row missing on the right.



patenteuxpatenteux

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 14, 2010

Not bad

It was actually kinda intertaining when you feel for an eazy game relaxing as you say. The music was kinda repetitive. Hey it could be cool if you could make a tetris game progressive. Like the higher are the levels, the more complexe blocks are.


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DevinshireDevinshire

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 14, 2010

Pretty fun

It's an interesting concept but it doesn't get harder fast enough. Also the music is too repetitive.



entropiCCyclesentropiCCycles

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 14, 2010

Nice idea, but...

When you really think about it, there's not much to a game like this. You really only have two types of piece, and they really aren't too difficult to stack. From what I can tell, part of what makes Tetris so fun is the variety, and this didn't pan out so well with that.
If you didn't restrict the pieces to those with all three squares sharing a side with at least one other, you could have more variety and, thus, a better game. For example, have "v" pieces where the squares share corners, or take the original "L" pieces and delete the corner squares.
You might also want to look into a better music loop, as the one you are using can get annoying very quickly.
All that aside, this was an interesting idea. The execution, though, was a bit overly simple and not much fun.