|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win95, Win98, WinME, WinXP, WinNT 3.x, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, Windows2003|
|File size:||1004 KB|
Publisher description for Advanced Tetric
Advanced Tetris is a reworking of the classic Tetris game with some extra features and variations. It's in fact nine Tetris games in one: the original Tetris, Pentix, Colour Tetris, Kids Tetris and Kids Pentix, Advanced Tetris and Advanced Pentix, Crazy Tetris and Crazy Pentix. Pentix is a popular variation of Tetris that uses pieces of different shapes. It may be considered more challenging than good old Tetris. Colour Tetris changes Tetris in that when three or more tiles of the same color in a multicoloured blocks touch in any direction they eliminate themselves. Kids Tetris and Kids Pentix are extremely addictive games for young kids. Children get to work on their spatial skills as they attempt to piece together blocks of different shapes to form complete rows. While classic Tetris involves variations of 4 blocks, this version uses random variations of 2, 3 or 4 blocks. Advanced Tetris and Advanced Pentix have two extra game pieces in the shape of Destroyer and Creator. Destroyer will basically remove any block you want by pressing the spacebar, and Creator does the opposite, enabling you to create a block anywhere you wish, again by pressing the spacebar. Crazy Tetris and Crazy Pentix are extremely interesting replica of Tetris with unique shapes that both the classical Tetris and Pentix do not have. Support for many languages, light background music and eight different block sets to play with make Advanced Tetris an enhanced version of your favorite Tetris. Outstanding graphic and wonderful background music will bring you to the world of pleasure and fun, to the world of Advanced Tetric! Join your counterparts from all over the world and beat your best score! If your score is among the Top 10, you can upload it to our Web site and thousands of other players all over the world will be able to see your highscore! Are you up for the challenge? CNET Says: This charming clone is a must-have for Tetris fans!