Tetris 2 + Bombliss

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Tetris 2 + Bombliss
Tetris 2 Bombliss boxart.jpg
Bullet-Proof Software
Publisher(s)Bullet-Proof Software
  • JP: December 13, 1991
Gameplay info
Next pieces1
Playfield size10 × 20
Hold pieceNo
Hard dropNo
Rotation systemBPS rotation
(SRS predecessor)
Tetris 2 + Bombliss title.png
Tetris 2 + Bombliss ingame.png
Not to be confused with Tetris 2.

Tetris 2 + Bombliss[a] is a game for the Famicom developed by Chunsoft and published by Bullet-Proof Software.[1][2]

Super Tetris 2 + Bombliss is an updated version of the same game for the Super Famicom. Both include Tetris and Bombliss, and both include a battery to save high scores for up to ten players. This game possibly the first to implement four orientations for S, Z, and I tetrominoes.


The Tetris modes play similar to other Tetris games, with quick movement and animation.

  • A-Type is a standard marathon mode. By default the player can start from levels 0 to 20, with subsequent starting levels available after reaching them in a game. Level increases at 10*(n+1) lines, so that the same number of lines need to be cleared regardless of the starting level.
  • B-Type is divided into 30 levels (0-29) and 6 heights (0-5, corresponding to 0, 3, 6, 8, 10, 12 lines of garbage). Clearing 25 lines will pass the stage, causing the player to advance a height. Clearing height 5 will advance the level. An ending occurs on clearing level 29 height 5.
  • C-Type is similar to A-Type, but garbage will rise from the bottom at certain intervals. The frequency of garbage depends on the 10-line section:
Lines Garbage frequency
0-9 Every 6 pieces
10-19 None
20-29 Every 16 pieces
30-39 None
40-49 Every 12 pieces
50-59 None
After 60 lines the table loops.


For the rules of Bombliss, see Tetris Blast.

This version of Bombliss includes 5-block pentominoes, in addition to the 2-, 3-, and 4-block pieces in other versions of Bombliss. These larger pieces make the game more cumbersome to play than the Game Boy port.

2 Player

2-player is standard versus Tetris, first to 3 wins.

Each player can choose a starting level (0 to 29) and height (0 to 5). Garbage is equal to the number of lines cleared and has a single aligned hole. Both players have the same pieces, matching starting garbage and the same garbage hole.


  1. Known in Japan as: Tetorisu 2 + bonburisu (テトリス2+ボンブリス)


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