Bring Tetris to a completely new level
Version:Tetratris True is a puzzle game where you have to play through several diverse game modes as each game mode from the original Tetratris returns alongside 3 brand new modes!
Operating System: Mac OS X
Tetratris True offers you everything you could ever want in a Tetris game. You can customize your controls to your exact specifications, customize your background, and control the volume with great ease.
In addition to these creature comforts, though, Tetratris True offers 8 unique gameplay modes to fulfill your every Tetris fantasy.
· Time Attack
At first glance, Time Attack mode looks just like Classic mode. Then the timer hits and your breath catches as you notice the pieces move up one step closer to the top. Your heart races as you rush to get the pieces out of the way before they can get any closer. Can you overcome the advancing lines to become the Time Attack champion?
· Rubik's Mode
Just like Time Attack mode, Rubik's mode looks just like Classic mode when you first begin. Having experienced the shock of the time attack, though, you begin to prepare yourself for the spin. Despite your preparedness, your mouth still drops in horror when the first spin strikes; the entire bottom half of the grid has just rotated 90 degrees! All of the work you put in to making things orderly has gone to total waste! You try to wrap your mind around the puzzle so that the next spin doesn't completely unravel all of your hard work in laying pieces on the grid, but each spin nonetheless brings you one step closer to the brink of madness. Can you solve the Rubik's spin?
· Tetratris Redux
The namesake of Tetratris True challenges you to keep tabs on 4 grids at a time. You will see four grids that intersect at the middle; each time you place a piece, the quartet of grids will rotate a random number of times, leaving you with a different side to work on. Will you sacrifice the order of one grid to improve the order of another grid?
Tetratris Redux mode requires that you plan ahead and predict the consequences that will await the other 3 grids once you place the piece in the current grid. At first it seems easy; soon, though, you realize things are getting tricky. When you start running out of room, will you panic and lose your focus, or can you keep your calm and make sure to account for each grid even as the pieces approach the top?