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03 Classic Tetris

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El tetris clasico con pequeños extras: Personaje que reacciona a las jugadas, 3 niveles de dificultad, varios motivos para los bloques, varias melodias de fondo... Enjoy!

Nota: Puse "Copyright" porque yo desarrolle el 100% del codigo de esta version. El copyright original de Tetris corresponde a Alexey Pazhitnov.
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How is this still on Newgrounds...

I dont get it, it is a tetris remake that has terrible controls, some goofy guy hollering random things whever you get a line, level advances that mean nothing, and to top it all off, the pieces don't actually fall on their own... That last fact alone makes the game almost unplayable since there is no real challenge. Maybe if i got to a rediculously high level the pieces will start to move... Because of that, i would maybe see this as a good way to practice tetris (???), but then again, the pieces dont even rotate correctly. I'm sorry, but this just takes the great name that is tetris and pisses all over it.

Best tetris on newgrounds so far...

this was the best tetris on newgrounds for me so far, it obeyed the gameplay of the original Tetris-game and didn't look to bad either! the sound was the best so far(both the sound effects and the music!).


nothing new. if you're going to copy a tetris game, at least make it better.

Tetris is good

but the keys are too sensitive

god bless tetris

i love and always have loved tetris man! who couldnt? what i liked about this one wasnt only because it was so colourfull and generally pleasant, but because of all those 'extras'. For example, that dude following the blocks with his eyes and the little celebrations he did lol

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3.78 / 5.00

Oct 2, 2003
1:19 PM EDT