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Monotris

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rated 3.74 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Falling
Tags:
tetris
pieces
tetrominoes
tetrads

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Uploaded
Dec 31, 2010 | 11:41 PM EST
  • Daily 4th Place January 2, 2011

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The objective of this Tetris variant game is to form basic Tetris shapes (tetrominoes) using falling blocks. If the shape and the colour is the same as the top item in the queue, it will be romoved. Remove all shapes from the queue to finish the level. Use LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys to move the falling blocks. Press UP key to rotate and down to speed up.

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grafas7grafas7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

4th

4th place not so bad , i had fun playing it , 15 lvl is incredible , my eyes hurt cuz of it , but still thanks for great game i'll rate it 5 ^^


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shizuka6288shizuka6288

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dude!

I just got 16th on the leader board. Thought i forgot my 6


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SilverUchihaSilverUchiha

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

*exasperated sigh*

I was never really a fan of the old tetris. I felt like it was one of the most monotonous things ever aside from fetch-quests and RPG-Grinding. But you've clearly found a way to show up the original game by being even more boring than the predecessor, and I never thought that was possible for anything other than a Civilization game.

It can take a long time for the colors you need to arrive. It was bad enough waiting for shapes, but now we have to wait for the right colors too. Then there is that bullshit about having to do certain shapes within the cue. I suppose there has to be some way to "progress" (if that is even the appropriate word for this game) but surely there was a better way than this. I'm at least grateful that the extra shapes you do get counted into your score (not that it really does anything anyway).

In short, disliked the original Tetris and this didn't really sell itself to me either. Nice try. Better luck next time either.



NverseMpossiblpRadoxNverseMpossiblpRadox

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Even I'm not fast enough for level 15.... or am I?

Congratulations - you managed to make something even more monotonous than the original tetris. The big, huge flaw in this game is that there is absolutely no advantage whatsoever to advancing to the next level. You don't get any extra points out of the deal, you don't rack up points faster at the higher levels, and there's no opportunity to WIN the game, it just increases the speed and adds new colors. If you want to get the highest score possible, you should deliberately NOT match the form of the next figure in the queue so that you stay on level 1. I simply advanced through the levels because I figured "what the hell, it's not like I'm going to play this thing a second time". And they were all pretty indistinguishable after a while, until number 15, when the speed suddenly became, with nothing in between, the full downward speed you get when you hold the down button (holding the down button made no difference), and I could probably have won it and gone to 16, but I said "screw it" and ended that sucker where it was. Of course, for all I know, you win level 15 and you win the game, but I doubt it. Oh well. I'm certainly not going to go through all that again to test it.


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Daraku6Daraku6

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant

Great game, addicting, entertaining, original/unique, and a fun little thing to all those tetris fans out there.

I see no problems with this game; it does what it intends to do very well, and in my mind is perfect.

Great job, I look forward to seeing your future submissions.