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Tetris-like games have been created on a large variety of platforms, including TI-83 series graphical calculators.

This is a list of variants of the game Tetris. It includes officially licensed Tetris sequels, as well as unofficial clones.

Official games[edit]

Title Year Platform Publisher Description
Tetris 1988 Amstrad PCW, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amiga, MSX, Acorn Electron, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Commodore 64 Mirrorsoft Ports developed by Rowan Software.
Tetris 1988 Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, Apple IIGS, IBM PC, MS-DOS, Mac OS Spectrum HoloByte Included in the compilation Tetris Gold.
Tetris[1] 1988 PC-9800 series, X68000, FM-7, PC-8800 series, MSX2 Bullet-Proof Software
Tetris[2] 1988 Family Computer Bullet-Proof Software This version is also available on AtGames' Legends Flashback console.
Tetris[3] 1988
1989
2019
Arcade
Mega Drive
Sega Sega's arcade version of Tetris was released in December 1988.[4] In Japan, it was the highest-grossing arcade game of 1989,[5] and remained among the top ten annual highest-grossing arcade conversion kits through 1995.[6]
Mega Drive version developed by Sanritsu Denki, which was cancelled, resulting in less than ten copies being printed.[7][8] A new version based on arcade version was released on the Sega Genesis Mini in 2019.[9]
Tetris 1988 Arcade Atari Games
Tetris[10] 1988 TRS-80 CoCo Tandy Developed by ZCT Systems.
Tetris 1989 NES Tengen Pulled from shelves following a court ruling.
Tetris 1989 Game Boy Nintendo Bundled in the North American and European releases of the Game Boy itself and the first game compatible with the Game Link Cable, a pack-in accessory that allowed two Game Boys to link together for multiplayer purposes.
Tetris 1989 NES Nintendo
Welltris 1989 PC Spectrum HoloByte Designed by Alexey Pajitnov and developed by Doka. Pieces (including tetrominoes and occasionally pentominoes) slide down one of four wall surfaces in a well, the "well" being an 8x8 square. When a piece lands while fully or partially sticking outside of the well, the wall is temporarily blocked. The game ends when four walls are no longer accessible. Other versions:
Tetris 1990 Microsoft Windows Microsoft Part of the Microsoft Entertainment Pack.
Hatris 1990 NES, Game Boy Bullet-Proof Software Designed by Alexey Pajitnov. A variety of hats must be made to fall into stacks of five identical hats. Other versions:
Tetris 2 1990 ZX Spectrum Ultrasoft Developed by František Fuka.
Faces... Tris III 1991 Amiga, MS-DOS Spectrum HoloByte Winner of the 1991 Software Publishers Association Excellence in Software Award for Best Action/Arcade Program.[11] Alexey Pajitnov's fourth and final official game in the "Tris" series. Developed by Sphere, Inc.

The player must arrange falling pieces to form a complete face, which include famous historical figures. Features 10 themed difficulty levels and a head-to-head mode.

Super Tetris[12] 1991 MS-DOS, Amiga, Mac OS Spectrum HoloByte Developed by Sphere, Inc. Added bombs, new special block types, and two-player co-operative and competitive modes.[13] Bombs appear in some blocks, which explode when the row is filled and removed.
Tetris 1991 Philips CDi Philips
Tetris 2 + Bombliss[14] 1991 Famicom Bullet-Proof Software Originally developed by Chunsoft, Tetris 2 + Bombliss (テトリス2+BOMBLISS) was directed by Koichi Nakamura and produced by Tsunekazu Ishihara.[15] One mode, "Bombliss", features bomb blocks that destroy surrounding blocks when a line is completed. Bombliss uses the gravity algorithm to re-arrange the stage after an explosion has destroyed some blocks. A "Tetris C" mode automatically raises the playfield one level after a certain number of blocks are used.

Other versions:

Tetris 2 1993 NES and Game Boy Nintendo Uses disconnected colored tetrominos instead of adjacent type tetrominoes, the goal of Tetris 2 is to clear all the bombs by making the blocks of the same color stick together. Released as Tetris Flash in Japan. Other Versions:
Tetris Battle Gaiden 1993 Super Famicom Bullet-Proof Software Similar to Puyo Puyo in use of competitive mode, characters, and humorous storyline. Different characters can also unleash special moves that affect the opponent in some way. Also includes a Rensa mode, in which gravity takes a bigger part. Came to the attention of European gamers by way of a review in Issue 18 (April 1994) of Super Play magazine.
Tetris & Dr. Mario 1994 Super NES Nintendo Compilation of Tetris and Dr. Mario with enhanced graphics and sound.
Super Tetris 3[16] 1994 Super Famicom Blue Planet Software
  • Sparkliss is similar to Bombliss, but the bombs have orthogonal explosions. Some blocks need to be hit more than once by explosions before they are destroyed.
  • Magicaliss has pieces that may also be one of four colors. Making a full line with one color destroys all the blocks of that color in the stage. The remaining blocks fall in place.
  • Familiss is a four-player multiplayer Tetris. Each playfield in this mode is 7 columns across, instead of the usual 10 columns.
V-Tetris[17] 1995 Virtual Boy Bullet Proof V-Tetris[a] is Japanese-exclusive. It is not to be confused with the similar Virtual Boy title 3D Tetris, as the two games are entirely different. V-Tetris is mostly the same as the original Tetris games, the only difference being the cylindrical puzzle mode in which blocks could be placed in a 3-D spiral. By using the L and R buttons, or the right D-pad, the screen shifts a block left or right respectively.
Tetris Blast 1996 Game Boy Nintendo / Bullet Proof[18] Known in Japan as Super Bombliss, Tetris Blast was developed by Bulletproof, and published by Nintendo.[19] It was released for the Game Boy in Japan on 17 March 1995, in North America in January 1996. It is the same as the Bombliss mode in Super Tetris 2 & Bombliss. In an added "Fight" mode, there are creatures that traverse the constantly changing 'terrain' of the play field and try to hinder the player from clearing the screen of blocks. Players can battle others by using a link cable.[20]
Tetris Attack 1996 Super NES and Game Boy Nintendo, Intelligent Systems A version of the Japanese game Panel de Pon with redone art made to resemble Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. Has no relation to Tetris other than name and genre. Also spawned Pokémon Puzzle League for the N64, Pokémon Puzzle Challenge for the Game Boy Color, Puzzle League for the Game Boy Advance, and Planet Puzzle League for the Nintendo DS.
3D Tetris 1996 Virtual Boy Nintendo Released only in the United States. Different from the version (V-Tetris) released in Japan
Tetris Jr.[21] 1996 LCD game Blue Planet Software A keychain Tetris game with 8 game modes. A port for Windows was also developed.
Tetris S[22] 1996 Saturn Bullet-Proof Software Released only in Japan
Tetris Plus 1995
1996
1997
Arcade
PlayStation, Saturn
Game Boy
Jaleco
Jaleco
Nintendo
Added to the classic Tetris is the new Puzzle Mode. Each level begins with a character (the professor) standing on a different pattern of blocks. This is somewhat is similar to Welltris The goal is to clear the blocks out from under him to get him to the bottom. He climbs to the top of the blocks you're stacking up and the game ends when the professor and the descending spiked ceiling collide.
Tetris Plus 2 1997 Arcade Jaleco This version is an improved version of Tetris Plus.
Tetrisphere 1997 Nintendo 64 Nintendo Uses some of the tetrominoes (as well as two 3-block piece) with different gameplay than standard Tetris. The object of the game is to reveal the core in the center of the sphere (which is actually a torus as seen through a fisheye perspective). To achieve this, you need to stack similarly shaped pieces on top of each other. Once three are stacked, the pieces disappear and reveal the layer below. If the player doesn't clear blocks fast enough they lose one life, and if they lose three, the game is over. Wild card pieces, power-ups and a limited ability to slide pieces over the surface of the sphere all help with this task.
Tetris DX 1998 Game Boy Color Nintendo The Game Boy version of Tetris updated for the Game Boy Color
Tetris 4D[23] 1998 Dreamcast Bullet-Proof Software
Tetris 64 1998 Nintendo 64 SETA Corporation Includes Normal Tetris, Giga Tetris that has tetriminoes of different sizes, and Bio Tetris that adjusts itself based on feedback from a heartbeat measuring clip that attaches to the user's ear.
Tetris: The Grand Master 1998 Arcade Arika / Capcom Released in Japan, designed for seasoned and skilled Tetris players. At higher levels, tetriminoes begin to drop so fast that they appear immediately at the bottom, with no airborne phase at all; Players only have a split-second to slide the block into designated locations before they lock down. This distinctive style is called "20G". Subsequent entries in the Grand Master series continued the high-speed trend.
Kids Tetris[24] 1999 PC Hasbro Interactive Tetrominoes start out with two blocks and increase with further lines. Circus, Firehouse, Haunted House and Laboratory stages have different graphical effects with each cleared level. Includes printing option.
The New Tetris 1999 Nintendo 64 Nintendo Tetris with a new feature: when a 16-block (4 by 4) square is made, the tetrominos used to form the square are merged as 16-block squares. A square formed using different types of tetrominos is called a combo square or multisquare, and it appears silver. A square formed using four of the same piece is called a pure square or monosquare, and it appears gold. All pieces but the S and Z can form monosquares.
Tetris 1999 Ericsson T28 Ericsson
The Next Tetris 1999
2000
2001
PlayStation, PC
Dreamcast
Nuon
Hasbro Interactive
Crave Entertainment
The Next Tetris was a version of the game with an emphasis on the cascade mode.
Magical Tetris Challenge 1999
2000
Nintendo 64, PlayStation
Game Boy Color
Capcom
Activision
SCEE
Story mode with Disney characters. The game implements a new Tetris deviation of combos, where consecutive cleared lines give those clears greater value. Non-story variations include magical, updown, and endless mode with other modes which can be unlocked in the story mode.
Sega Tetris[25] 2000 Dreamcast WOW Entertainment
Tetris: The Absolute – The Grand Master 2 2000 Arcade Arika / Psikyo Sequel to Tetris: The Grand Master, featured faster gameplay than its predecessor. A later upgrade, Tetris: The Absolute – The Grand Master 2 Plus, featured several new modes including the "Death Mode" where tetriminoes fall furiously fast right from the beginning.
Tetris With Cardcaptor Sakura: Eternal Heart[26] 2000 PlayStation Arika Released only in Japan, a Cardcaptor Sakura-themed Tetris game. It presents puzzles in which the player (as Sakura Kinomoto) has to transform the Clow Cards into Sakura Cards by defeating Eriol's Tetris style Puzzles. The game also features player vs CPU and contains hidden extras based on the anime series.
Tetris 2001 Ericsson T68m Ericsson
Tetris Worlds 2001 PC THQ Includes Tetris, Square Tetris, Cascade Tetris, Sticky Tetris (originally in The New Tetris), Hot-Line Tetris, and Fusion Tetris.

Other versions:

  • PS2 (2002, Blue Planet Software)
  • Nintendo GameCube and Xbox (2002, Radical Ent.)
  • Game Boy Advance (2002, 3d6 Games)
Tetris 2002 WonderSwan Color, SwanCrystal Vanguard
Pokémon Tetris 2002 Pokémon mini Released only in Japan and Europe, a tiny keychain Tetris game with a Pokémon theme.
Tetris Advance 2003 Game Boy Advance Success Tetris Advance is a Tetris game published only in Japan.
Tetris Elements[27] 2004 Windows PC, Mac OS THQ Includes classic Tetris and five variations: Stratosphere, which features meteors that can either help or hurt in eliminating rows; Earthquake, where tremors shake the falling shapes and move them around; Tempest, a double Tetris game where players are switched back and forth between screens; Ice, which has falling icicles that will knock into the falling shapes and make them crash down; and Fire, where heat can cause a chain reaction and melt multiple rows.
Tetris: The Grand Master 3 – Terror Instinct 2005 Arcade Arika / Taito Sequel to Tetris: The Absolute – The Grand Master 2 Plus with several changes in game mechanics and a "Shirase" mode, analogous to Death Mode but with a drastic speed increase.
Tetris: The Grand Master Ace 2005 Xbox 360 Arika / AQ Entertainment First console version in the Grand Master series, one of the launch titles for the Japanese launch of the Xbox 360.
Tetris Mania 2006 Mobile Phones Electronic Arts Cascade Tetris, Sticky Tetris and Fusion Tetris, all previously in Tetris Worlds.
Tetris DS 2006 Nintendo DS Nintendo First version for Nintendo DS. Includes local multiplayer and online multiplayer support. All based around the NES era of games.
iPod Tetris[28] 2006 iPod Electronic Arts
Tetris Evolution[29] 2007 Xbox 360 THQ First seventh generation Tetris game to be released in the United States. Includes play over Xbox Live.
Tetris Zone 2007 Windows PC and Mac OS Blue Planet Software Features four game modes and the Combo system. Includes online Leaderboards and game playback.
Tetris Splash 2007 Xbox 360 Tetris Online First Xbox Live Arcade title for Tetris. It is also the first game published under The Tetris Company's new third party Tetris Online.
Tetris Online Japan 2007 PC GungHo Online Entertainment Official online game for Japanese region.[citation needed]
Tetris Friends 2008 Facebook Tetris Online Featured ten game modes, including Marathon, Ultra, Sprint, N-Blox, Sprint 5-Player, 1989, Survival, Battle 2-Player, Battle 6-Player, and Rally 8-Player. Leaderboards were based on Facebook friends, encouraging the "friends" aspect.
Tetris Party 2008 Wii Tetris Online / Hudson Soft A WiiWare title released on 20 October 2008; there were 18 modes, including one which involves building a tower that a tiny person on the stack can climb, and one using the Wii Balance Board.
Tetris Pop[30] 2008 Mobile Electronic Arts Mobile Features 17 mini-variations, including Ball, Circuit, Erosion, Filler, Flood, Furnace, Limbo, Meteors, Touchdown, Scanner, Split, Stacker, and Vanilla. Three game modes: Pop, Mix, Chrono. Tetris Pop to be released worldwide for mobile devices. Expected Winter 2008.
Tetris Giant 2009 Arcade Sega A giant version of Tetris that features a playing field that is 6 cells wide by 7 cells high as opposed to the almost universal 10 cells wide by 20 cells high. The game is played on a large 70" DLP Projection Monitor and is controlled using giant joysticks with a built-in rumble motor. The base unit is actually a projector which can optionally be detached from the default screen and projected onto a large wall.
Tetris Party Deluxe 2010 Wii, Nintendo DS Tetris Online / Majesco / Hudson Soft Sequel to Tetris Party. Online players can compete with Tetris Party players (i.e., Tetris Party for WiiWare + Tetris Party Deluxe for Wii / Tetris Party Live for DSiWare + Tetris Party Deluxe for DS).
Tetris Party Live[31] 2010 Nintendo DSi Tetris Online / Hudson Soft A DSiWare title featuring several modes (Marathon, VS, Battle, and Dual Spaces). The focus of the game is multiplayer, where players can compete with other players around the world in real-time.
Tetris Battle[32] 2010 Facebook Tetris Online Similar in design to Tetris Friends, this game features competitive Tetris modes against friends or random people. Both direct "battles" and competitive 40-line sprints are included.
Tetris (EA Games) 2011 PlayStation 3, PSP Electronic Arts Features over 10 modalities, including Original, Gravity and Laser. It's also possible to play a bonus modality named "Variant", what includes some modified variants of these modalities. It also includes new soundtracks. Available for download in the PlayStation Network as a Mini. The PS3 version features exclusive Power Ups, Shared Mode, and Team Battle.
Tetris (EA Mobile)[33] 2011 iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry Electronic Arts Features two modalities of gameplay: the classic Marathon mode and a new mode named "Magic", what features a new gameplay style and over new 20 levels. It also includes new soundtracks. In fall 2011 the game was removed from the iOS and Android app stores. However, the Android version can actually be purchased on the Amazon Appstore.
Tetris: Axis 2011 Nintendo 3DS Nintendo Published on 2 October 2011.[34] It featured modes that used the 3DS's AR card functionality.
Tetris (Premium)[35] 2011 iOS Electronic Arts Features two modalities: the classic Marathon mode and a new mode named "Galaxy", what features a new gameplay style and over new 50 levels. It also includes new soundtracks and the classic 8-bit theme from the original Tetris game. Not to be confused with the 2011 game. Following N3TWORK INC.'s acquisition of the Tetris license, both the iOS and Android versions of this game were discontinued and retired from their respective app stores on 21 April 2020.
Tetris Stars[36] 2011 Facebook Tetris Online Free-to-play, this casual arcade "digging" style game features a social leaderboard with friends, mouse-based controls, and power up items.
Tetris Blitz[37][38] 2013 iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Microsoft Windows Electronic Arts Each game completes in two minutes, Features exclusive Power Up of the Week, Bonus Blitz minigame, and online leaderboards.
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2014 Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch (2017), Microsoft Windows PC Sega Tetris versus Puyo Puyo. The game features modes that allow for playing standalone Tetris, standalone Puyo Puyo, and a Fusion mode that combines the two.
Tetris[39] 2014 Amazon Fire TV Tetris Online Featuring 3 game modes: Marathon, Sprint, or Ultra. Also has over 40 different achievements to earn along the way, as well as global leaderboards to compare a player's progress against other GameCircle participants.
Tetris Battle: Fusion[40] 2014 Amazon Fire TV, Ouya Tetris Online A game based on Tetris Battle, which introduces an all-new interactive adventure where players can battle their way through a series of challenging opponents and goals to become a Tetris Master, where they have to collect special Amulets that can be used to give them an added boost as they progress their way to victory. Over 50 Amulets can be collected.
Tetris Ultimate 2014 Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows Ubisoft To coincide with the franchises' 30th Anniversary and in partnership with The Tetris Company and SoMa Play.
Tetris Effect 2018 PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Oculus Quest[41] Enhance Includes support for Virtual reality (PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Oculus Quest) and features a "Zone" mechanic which allows the player to freeze time and clear more than four lines at once. Superseded by Tetris Effect: Connected.
Tetris 2018 J2ME (Series 30+) Gameloft
Tetris 99 2019 Nintendo Switch Nintendo A multiplayer Battle Royale variant of Tetris exclusive to Nintendo Switch Online members.
Tetris M1ND BEND3RS[42] 2019 Browsers Red Bull A browser version created by Red Bull. Tetris M1ND BEND3RS is a twist on the traditional formula by having different effects whenever the player clears a certain line.
Tetris x Hello Kitty[43] 2019 Browsers Sanrio
Tetris (N3TWORK)[44][45] 2020 iOS, Android N3TWORK
Tetris Effect: Connected 2020 Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S;[46] PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Oculus Quest, Nintendo Switch[47] Enhance A release of Tetris Effect for the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows that adds a 'connected' suite of multiplayer modes. It was confirmed that the connected multiplayer modes would be ported to the original Tetris Effect as an expansion in summer 2021.
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2[48] 2020 PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Microsoft Windows[49] Sega Sequel to Puyo Puyo Tetris. The game features additions like a new Skill Battle mode containing skills and item cards unique to various characters.

Unofficial games[edit]

Title Year Platform Developer Description
EGAint[50] 1989 PC, MS-DOS Eric Ng Like "Standard Tetris" but with options of more/less complex dropping figures. Easiest level included 1 box figures. Hardest level included figures of up to 8 boxes, including "holes".
Blockout 1989 Mega Drive/Genesis
Commodore 64
Arcade
Apple IIGS
PC
Atari Lynx
California Dreams Object is to move and rotate polycubes falling into a well, viewed from the top, to make complete planes.
Tetris 2 1990 ZX Spectrum Fuxoft Designed by František Fuka. 8-bit ZX Spectrum game for two players.
Twintris[51] 1990 Amiga Digital Marketing Dual version of Tetris originally designed for the Commodore Amiga, with less known ports to other platforms.
Super Twintris[52] 1991 Amiga Big Brother Copy (BBC) Supposed sequel to Twintris with nothing but minor improvements.
T-Tris 1996 Atari Lynx B.Schick/L.Baumstark Adoption with save game option and up to 16 players. First Lynx homebrew game.
Frac4D[53] 1990 Max Tegmark A version in which the falling pieces are tesseracts that can be rotated in four dimensions.
Tetris Max 1992[54] Mac OS Classic Steve Chamberlin A shareware Tetris game. In 1993, Tetris Max received an honorable mention in the MacUser shareware awards.[55][56]
Block Buster[57] 1992 Watara Supervision Bon Treasure Co., Ltd.
Tetris II[58] 1996 MSX2, MSX2+, MSX turbo R Renegade, Artic Soft, MicroTec
Quadrapassel (Formerly Gnometris) Linux A part of GNOME Games, and comes with the GNOME desktop environment.[59]
Wordtris Windows PC
Super NES
Game Boy
Players try to complete words found in the dictionary file.
La Bastille 2000 Linux Tech House, Brown University A version implemented on the 10-story tall science library building at Brown University, using Linux.[60]
Tetris 1D[61] 2002 Ziga Hajdukovic A joke version with a single column. The player is repeatedly given only the long piece, and only has one control key (to increase the falling rate.) 1D Tetris was included in the "Zero Gamer" Exhibition as a "game that tests the viewers' endurance in meditative inaction."[62]
Cubemaster Gold[63] 2003 Windows PC Peter and Sven Nordström Cubemaster is an action / puzzle game that have some similarities with and old game called Tetris, however Cubemaster is much more advanced. Instead of being confined in a 10 * 20 big dropzone with 7 shapes cubemaster is flexible beyond belief. It contains 32 shapes where some are built up with as much as 8 cubes. Also Features Special Pieces to fill gaps or remove a whole row.
Quinn 2006 Mac OS X Simon Haertel Recreation of Tetris with network capability through TCP/IP and Bonjour.[64] The Tetris Company requested removal in 2006,[65] but it was available as of 2008 with a disclaimer that it is not "affiliated with or sponsored by The Tetris Company or part of their Tetris line of products."[66]
Tris 2008 Mac OS X Witherspoon Removed from Mac App Store at the request of The Tetris Company.[66]
Tetris Grand Master 3 2008 Nintendo DS MeRAMAN A remake of the arcade game Tetris: The Grand Master with additional features such as invisible blocks.[67]
NullpoMino 2008 Windows PC
Linux
Mac OS X
NullNoname Tetris fan game notable for variety of gameplay modes and customizability. NullpoMino gameplay videos of Mario and Luigi patterns were shown in the Yoasobi Sanshimai show.[68]
Mino 2009 iOS Xio Interactive, Inc. A game with the same mechanics as Tetris. Mino also featured multiplayer support for up to four players.[69] In a 2012 U.S. District Court ruling, Mino was found to have infringed on the Tetris Company's copyrights because it had replicated a combination of visual elements from the official Tetris.[70]
Not Tetris 2010 PC Maurice Guegan Adds free rotation and physics engine behavior to the falling blocks.[71]
Jstris[72][73] 2014[74] Web Browser jezevec10 A simple online multiplayer block game. Jstris is a simple online multiplayer block game built in JavaScript, HTML5, and Python (server).[75][76]
Tetraminos 2016 PC, Xbox One, PS4, Wii U Sanuk Games Adds 5 non-default tetramino shapes, combos and extra point for single color lines.[77]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Japanese: V-テトリス, Hepburn: V-Tetorisu

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