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Main article: List of Scratch games

Scratch is a programming language where programmers can create, upload, and share projects, including Tetris games. The purpose of Scratch is to be for all ages. Due to this, all Tetris games in Scratch are rated 0 (suitable for all ages), and therefore projects with horror scenes and etc (like FNAF) are not allowed. To learn more about this, go here.

A list of Tetris games created by examples of such programmers can be found here.

The current version is 456.

Most users are banned, like Piotr Grochowski. A ban is permanent. See Scratch/Banning policy for more details.

Piotr Grochowski thinks banning misbehaving people forever breaks the purpose of Scratch. However, this is listed in the terms of use.

There is also an offline version of this, which doesn't require internet.

In the offline version, you can save your game as .sb2 and share the file on Internet, for example using a cloud service like Dropbox. This was done with Tetris Brick and Tetris Perfect. It may also be done with Tetris Best 3, but anyone could make it (from scratch or as a remix of Tetris Best 2). The most common reasons are because:

  • these users are banned.
  • they have no account.

They're called downloadable Scratch games.

There are templates to indicate if a game has 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 150, or 200 views, and a template for downloadable games.

1.4 is the old version without certain 2.0-only features. See Scratch/old for more details.

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