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Probably the first version of Tetris for the Dragon, this game replicates well the standard gameplay of the well-known Soviet game (although it is not an "official" port). The graphics use a semigraphics mode, with the falling blocks rendered with a special striped effect to achieve unusual colour tones. A bit of sampled speech is also included, with the game proclaiming "Tetris!" when you eliminate four rows at once. High scores can be saved and loaded to disk.
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Released in 1991 this game was a version of Tetris for the Dragon. It replicates well the standard gameplay of the well-known Soviet game (although it is not an "official" port). The graphics use a semigraphics mode, with the falling blocks rendered with a special striped effect to achieve unusual colour tones. A bit of sampled speech is also included, with the game proclaiming "Tetris!" when you eliminate four rows at once. High scores can be saved and loaded to disk.
  
 
== Screenshots ==
 
== Screenshots ==

Latest revision as of 04:00, 3 March 2019

Tetris
Titleimage from the game
Developer Ola Eldøy
Company
Publisher Pulser Software
Musician
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Release 1991
Platform Dragon 32 or Dragon 64
Genre Puzzle
Gamemode 1P
Operation Icon tastatur.png
Media Icon Cassette.png
Language Language:english
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Released in 1991 this game was a version of Tetris for the Dragon. It replicates well the standard gameplay of the well-known Soviet game (although it is not an "official" port). The graphics use a semigraphics mode, with the falling blocks rendered with a special striped effect to achieve unusual colour tones. A bit of sampled speech is also included, with the game proclaiming "Tetris!" when you eliminate four rows at once. High scores can be saved and loaded to disk.

Screenshots

PSE TETRIS 01.PNG PSE TETRIS 02.PNG

Packaging

Tetris Disk.jpg

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