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Like many people, I was pretty disappointed to see EA’s version of Tetris get taken down, however after coming across this game I’m pleasantly surprised to find that this is a great replacement. EA’s version was great, but was quite buggy, was full of micro transactions, and it also felt quite outdated. Playing this version of Tetris felt like a breath of fresh air. At the time of writing this review the game is still very early in its stages but there is a lot of potential here. There are multiple (free) themes to choose from and variety is always appreciated. However, a problem i run into often most with this version is the “next bar”. Without the colors of each individual piece appearing in the next bar to properly indicate the pieces, it makes it quite difficult to plan your actions. I find myself squinting at the next bar to try and make out which pieces are next while simultaneously controlling the falling piece. I do realize this could be an artistic choice by the developers for a minimalistic look depending on the theme, but perhaps an addition of an option to enable the colors would be appreciated. Overall I’m very happy with the way this game turned out and am excited for future content.
Since EA announced that they’ll be removing their Tetris app from the store it was a little disappointing, but not surprising considering I would lose my runs due to the game crashing constantly and hardly allowing me to play through all the ads. This is a very good replacement but there are some awkward issues to work out like the slight latency and rather quick auto placement of pieces that leaves little room for error and recovery but they are easy to ignore because of the multiple themes and simplified hud. Granted I am writing this review a month after it’s original release on the store so there’s bound to be bugs like any game. However it is still satisfying to slam your pieces down and the screen shake and the pieces fall so smoothly. 60fps is already a large improvement over the EA version which could hardly run 30 (if even) I would highly recommend this game for those who enjoy some classic Tetris and who are looking for something to fill their free time.
Tetris is a game that is pretty simple to make but really hard to polish. These people nailed it perfectly. Everything looks so clean and sleek. The themes look so crisp and immersive, and the references from the Gameboy and EA’s Tetris app are nice touches! But talking about EA’s Tetris app, there are somethings I wish would stay from EA’s version. First of all, the controls. They are pretty solid but when you reached at the top, I usually misplaced blocks by the swipe when it was still possible in EA’s. Second thing about the controls, there was a mode called one touch where it could show you places a block could go and you can cycle through different places. That’s how I played and it was kind of jarring to get used to the new control scheme. Overall, this is a great game, but if you got the EA version you should probably stick with that until it shuts down.
Well, it’s Tetris. It has all the modern rules with t-spins, holds, back-to-back clears, and the all-important Tetris. The controls are decent; not as good as a controller, but good for a mobile port. The soft drop control of slowly sliding your finger down has led me to more than a few accidental hard drops, so I’d love an easier way to soft drop. I’d recommend turning down the sensitivity, too. There’s only a single player mode right now, unfortunately. Hopefully a battle mode and a zen/infinite mode are added. The themes are cool; the Neon Future theme is Tron-like but sorta boring, Toytris is basically a big homage to Toy Story, 8-Bits is Game Boy inspired (with a burst of color when you get a Tetris), Shooting Stars is minimal and calm, and Monstris is cute and reminds me of Adventure Time for some reason. Overall, a decent port of Tetris, but it feels a bit lacking in its current state. I like it a heck of a lot more than EA’s though.
I was always turned off by the EA version of Tetris for iOS. It was full of unnecessary cruft. I shouldn’t need to click through an EULA and use a slider (seriously) to provide my age just to play! This version of Tetris is refreshingly back to basics. The themes and animations are fancier than what I need but they’re all quite nice and don’t get in the way. I especially love how in the 8 bit mode when you get a Tetris the screen briefly colorizes. Overall things feel true to the game. I appreciate the use of haptics to help me know how many clicks I’ve moved a piece horizontally. A little more granularity over the sensitivity would be nice, and I feel like the gesture to drop a piece is just ever so slightly off; it’s a bit more effort than it should be to drop a piece (but that’s way better than making it too easy to accidentally drop a piece).
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Tetris® is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Entertainment & Strategy
Last update was at Mar 18, 2020and the current version is 1.0.3.
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