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Latest revision as of 23:29, 15 June 2020

Crowley: World Tour
Developer(s) Rusty Pixels (Michael Ware, Jim Bagley, Lobo)
Release date(s) December 24, 2019
Platform(s) Web
Gameplay Info
Next pieces 1
Playfield dimensions 10 × 20
Hold piece No
Hard drop Yes
Rotation system
Crowley World Tour title.png World Tour playmode.png

Crowley: World Tour is a Tetris clone for the ZX Spectrum Next

Gameplay details

There are 3 playmodes:

World Tour: The objective is to get through 10 levels, with each level having a different location and corresponding music. The 10 levels are:

  • Moscow : 10 lines required to next level
  • Paris: 11 lines required to next level
  • London: 12 lines required to next level
  • Bangkok: 13 lines required to next level
  • Rio: 14 lines required to next level
  • New York: 15 lines required to next level
  • Tokyo: 16 lines required to next level
  • Kuwait: 17 lines required to next level
  • Sydney: 18 lines required to next level
  • Beijing: 19 lines required to next level

Once you finish all 10 levels, an animation will appear of Crowley jumping on a rocketship and flying upwards. Then this message appears in bold yellow letters "AFTER HIS ADVENTURES ACROSS THE WORLD, IT APPEARS CROWLEY DECIDED TO VISIT NEW FRONTIERS. I AM SURE WE WILL MEET DEAR CROWLEY AGAIN VERY SOON..."

Endless: Unlimited mode with 1-20 gravity levels.

Challenge: Each level is a map where you have to clear all the blocks on the field to finish. Maps get progressively harder.


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