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Information - Tetris

GenreBrain - TetrisYear1994
Language[unknown]PublisherST Format
ControlsKeyboardDistributorFuture Publishing
ResolutionLow / Medium / High / VGA / RGBLicensed from

Hargreaves, Shawn

CountryUnited Kingdom
Graphic Artist(s)


Game design

Hargreaves, Shawn

Box / InstructionsEnglish


LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FX


Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe, TT, Falcon030 / 0.5MB
Dumpdownload atari Tetris Download / MSANumber of Disks1 / Double-Sided

Additional Comments - Tetris

Works as Accessory

Instructions - Tetris


                           By Shawn Hargreaves

  Hey look!
  Another implementation of Tetris.

  So what is good about this one?

  - It is free.
  - It will run on any ST, any resolution.
  - It is very small.
  - It is a desk accessory, so you can run it from within your
    word proccessor, spreadsheet, or whatever. It is of course an
    enormous aid to productivity, and NEVER distracts people from
    what they are supposed to be doing.

  You all know how to play tetris, yes?
  This one is simple: just put tetris.acc in your root directory,
  bootup your ST, click on Tetris in the desk menu and away you go.
  Use the left/right arrow keys to move the shape, the up arrow to
  rotate it, and the space bar to drop it into place.

  I don't know of any bugs in this program, however if it screws up
  your system please do not start moaning at me: I disclaim all
  responsibility for anything that it may do.

  This program is public domain: you can copy it and distribute it
  however you like as long as you do not charge (other than the
  distribution costs) for it, and as long as this documentation
  file is included unchanged.

  If you like it, write to congratulate me.

  By Shawn Hargreaves, 1993
  1 Salisbury Road,
  Market Drayton,
  England, TF9 1AJ.
  Email slh100@tower.york.ac.uk
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