Antix (video game)
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Vadim Gerasimov (effects)
Antix is a video game developed by Dmitry Pavlovsky, one of the original developers of the video game Tetris, and realized in 1985.". The game was named Antix by Dmitry, what is short for Antixonix, because it was a version of a game Xonix.
The game has an inverted hidden play field. It was first developed for the Elektronika 60 and then ported to MS-DOS by Dmitry and Vadim Gerasimov. Xonix was very popular at Dorodnicyn Computing Centre, where Dmitry was a computer engineer, and in Moscow before Tetris was made.
- Gerasimov, Vadim. Tetris Story. Accessed December 30, 2007.
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