Tetris (Electronika 60)
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|Release Date(s)||June 6, 1984 |
|Playfield dimensions||10 wide x 20 high|
Tetris for the Electronika 60, the original creation which Alexey Pajitnov programmed in Pascal on an Electronika 60 computer, features black and white graphics, with a pair of brackets representing each block in a tetromino. A player controls input through the number pad and carets/vertical lines outlining the playfield.
There is absolutely no trace of this anywhere online at all.
 See also
- Tetris The Grand Master 3 Terror-Instinct, where the bracket-based representation of the blocks are given tribute to in (pieces turn into brackets after the player reaches Level 1000 in Shirase mode)