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Release Date(s) 2005

Gameplay Info

Next pieces 7
Playfield dimensions 10x20
Hold piece no
Hard drop yes (locking or non-locking)
Rotation system TOD Successor
Has 180 rotation {{{180}}}
Adjustable tuning {{{tuning}}}
Garbage attack type {{{garbage}}}
Garbage blocking type {{{blocking}}}
Website {{{website}}}
Gravy2.jpg Gravy3.jpg

Gravytris is the predecessor to CubeStorm Planets

Gravytris is a unique combination of Tetris and Columns with realistic gravity effects. The simple principle of tile stacking in Tetris to delete full rows is combined with the fast paced color matching in Columns. In Gravytris you may delete lines or colors in the same game. Another unique feature is the realistic calculation of gravity. All blocks fall until they reach the bottom or a supporting stone. If you play other Tetris games, you will sometimes notice free blocks "hanging in the sky", if a deleted line splits a tile. This no longer happens in Gravytris and makes the gameplay more surprising.

Gravytris colors are customizable, pieces rotate as in SRS and kick tests 8 positions around, in this order:

Wall Kick Test Order
  Wall Kick
1 one space right
2 one space left
3 one space up
4 one space down
5 one space up-right
6 one space up-left
7 one space down-right
8 one space down-left

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