NullpoMino League Edition

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NullpoMino League Edition

Developer(s) belzebub
Publisher(s)
Release Date(s) Sep 11 2012
Platform(s) Java

Gameplay Info

Next pieces 6
Playfield dimensions 10w x 20h
Hold piece Yes
Hard drop Yes
Rotation system SRS
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NullpoMino League Edition is a Java based downloadable Tetris client with both multiplayer and singleplayer. It's a modification of NullpoMino with the purpose of being easier to use and offering advanced statistics. However, some of NullpoMino's customizability and modes went missing. NullpoMino League Edition never got out of beta stage.

Contents

Gameplay

Since the rule selection was removed, NullpoMino League Edition is a purely guideline Tetris game: Hold feature, 6 Previews, Lock delay, Wall kicks, Bag Randomizer. In multiplayer, the garbage hole switches after every attack (change per attack). T-Spin Minis don't send any lines but enable Back-to-Back bonus. Combos are capped at sending 2 lines per cleared line.

Singleplayer

Line Race is the only singleplayer mode. Here, players have to clear 40 lines as fast as possible. All other modes got removed. They can be restored by editing /config/list/mode.lst.

Multiplayer

Room customization got removed. Players can only create 2 player rooms. League Edition introduced 3 ranks: bronze, silver and gold. Ranked matches are best of 9 (first to win 5 games), whereas matches between players of different ranks are avoided. This concept failed because of lack of players. League Edition automatically keeps track of match results in tournaments via challonge.com brackets. This feature isn't very helpful for organizing tournaments though.

Statistics

NullpoMino League Edition creates a report file at the end of each Line Race game. This report file in HTML format contains a Fumen diagram (if Fumen recording is activated) as well as detailed informations about speed, finesse and manipulations.

The second way of displaying statistics involves creating an account over at celer.be, then entering the account's information in League Edition (main menu -> user). In this case, the game keeps track of the players latest sprints and multiplayer ranking.

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