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> Classic Tetris Or Modern Tetris?
PuyoUltimate
post 2 weeks ago
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So I decided to have a debate about which Tetris fans prefer what style of gameplay that they prefer and why. Well in my opinion I prefer the modern Tetris because i really like the rules and how the way its sets up and I really like how its fast pace and a lot of Tetris players master. My opinion on Classic Tetris the gameplay is ok to me whenever i watch Classic Tetris Tournaments I kind of get bored about how slow the pace is and its just not my cup of tea. Don't get me wrong I enjoy the gameplay of Classic Tetris from time to time but for me it just doesn't stand out as a whole but what do you guys think which one do you guys Prefer?
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SmartS101
post 2 weeks ago
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I also prefer modern Tetris. In my experience RNGesus is not a kind or generous god, and my z-piece count is usually triple the rest of the pieces. I understand how normal distributions are supposed to work, but they don't.
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zeel
post A week ago
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As someone who started with OG gameboy tetris and then tetrinet1, tetrifast, and tetrinet2, I enjoy the modern version. But I am not fond of the 4 wide strat and I still need to learn t-spins.

I still feel like tetrinet2 was the most fun and best form of tetris I have played.
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filipemtx
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i liek modern tetris because science
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