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||This game contains ideas for the Tetris Guideline 2.
If TTC uses this in the future, this may be the reference implementation.
||This Scratch game has had 150 views.
|Developer(s)||Piotr Grochowski, also a user on this wiki|
|Publisher(s)||Piotr Grochowski, also a user on this wiki|
|Release Date(s)||Jan 2017|
|Platform(s)||PC (Internet, Flash)|
|Hard drop||Yes, locking option|
|Rotation system||TBRS (Tetris Best rotation system)|
|View Count (if applicable)||N/A|
Though it breaks Guideline because of lack of SRS, no hidden rows, no spawning above playfield, different scoring, no Tetris logo, no 3-corner T-spin recognition, no back to back rewarding, no 15 level marathon mode, no 40 line mode, no 2 minute mode, no Tetris Worlds curve, no countdown, and no copyright notice, it has a custom rotation system that allows most of twists to be done, including T-spin triple. It also allows O-spin, I-spin tetris and diagonal slide (if left/right movement fails, it tries downleft/downright). Because of this, it can make people happy.
It uses Tetris Best rotation system.
Note: Because it's on Scratch, this game works best on Firefox, and turbo mode (shift+green flag). The performance also increases with a faster computer.
Later in 2017, it was remixed into Tetris Best 2 by MathBoy112358.
- An old version exists, like in TETRIS MAX. https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/42665432/
- This game has a glitch where L piece cannot start the game (I, L, J, T are supposed to be able to start the game). Fixed in Tetris Perfect.
- Stage extension is to prevent pieces from being "tucked" above edges, like this (the gray area is not visible):
However, pieces can be tucked above edges in Tetrinsanity.