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{{Infobox |title = Heboris Unofficial expansion
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{{Infobox |title = Heboris Unofficial Expansion
 
|developer = Various
 
|developer = Various
|publisher = N/A
 
 
|released = 2003 (First release)<br><br>Version<br> C7V4EX YGS2K+ (FINAL)<br> (Customized for Heboris U.E)<br> released August 2007
 
|released = 2003 (First release)<br><br>Version<br> C7V4EX YGS2K+ (FINAL)<br> (Customized for Heboris U.E)<br> released August 2007
 
|platform = Microsoft Windows
 
|platform = Microsoft Windows
 
|preview = 0 to 6
 
|preview = 0 to 6
|playfield = 10w x 21 or 22h<br>(Change by "spawn_y_type"<br> in "heboris.ini")
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|playfield = 10 &times; 20
|hold = Yes, with IHS
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|hold = Yes (IHS available)
 
|hard = Yes
 
|hard = Yes
|system = Selectable from 9 rotation rules<br>included...<br><br>TGM style wallkick<br>Symmetry SRS<br>SRS 2001<br>[[DTET Rotation System|DRS]] + TGM3 Classic floor kick
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|system = [[Super Rotation System|SRS]] <br> [[Arika Rotation System|ARS]] <br> [[DTET Rotation System|DRS]] <br> [[Nintendo Rotation System|NRS]] <br> [[Sega rotation]]
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| title-scrn = Heboris_UE_title.png
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| ingame-scrn = Heboris_UE_ingame.png
 
}}
 
}}
  
'''''Heboris: Unofficial Expansion''''', abbreviated as '''''Heboris U.E.''''', is a modification to ''[[Heboris]]'', a game orignally created by Kenji Hosimoto with [[YaneuraoGameScript 2000]]. It adds new modes inspired by the games in Arika's [[Tetris The GrandMaster Series|''TGM'' series]] and various rotation systems.
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'''''Heboris: Unofficial Expansion''''', abbreviated as '''''Heboris U.E.''''', is a modification to ''[[Heboris]]'', a game orignally created by Kenji Hosimoto with [[YaneuraoGameScript 2000]]. It adds new modes inspired by the games in Arika's [[Tetris The Grand Master (series)|''TGM'' series]] and various rotation systems.
  
==History==
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== History ==
Development of ''Heboris'' by Hosimoto has pretty much been in stasis since the year 2002. However, as ''Heboris'' is written in a scripting language called YaneuraoGameScript 2000, and due to the nature of YGS2K in that it is a script language and the source code cannot be made truly inaccessible, it became the target of modifications by anonymous third parties mainly in the 2ch community. The game underwent various modifications, including implementing similar features from later games such as ''[[Tetris The Grand Master 3]]'', ''[[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]]'', ''[[Tetris DS]]'' and ''[[DTET]]''. The modified version is known in western communities as '''''Heboris Unofficial Expansion'''''. A second modified version, [[Heboris U.E. LITE]], exists and focuses on lighter system requirements. A third modified version, ''[[Heboris U.E. MINI]]'', also exists and features a plugin system to add or remove functionality from the game.
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The development of ''Heboris'' by Hosimoto has been halted since 2002. However, due to the source code of Heboris, which was based on YGS2K, being highly accessible, the game became the target of modifications by anonymous third parties mainly in the 2ch community. The game underwent various modifications, including implementing similar features from later games such as ''[[Tetris The Grand Master 3]]'', ''[[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]]'', ''[[Tetris DS]]'' and ''[[DTET]]''. The modified version is known in western communities as '''''Heboris Unofficial Expansion'''''. A second modified version, [[Heboris U.E. LITE]], exists and focuses on lighter system requirements. A third modified version, ''[[Heboris U.E. MINI]]'', also exists and features a plugin system to add or remove functionality from the game.
  
==Modes (Heboris U.E.(C7~))==
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== Gameplay ==
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''Heboris Unofficial Expansion'' uses gameplay mechanics from the TGM series as well as [[Tetris Guideline|Guideline-based games]]. The player can choose between 9 defined rulesets, each replicating that of a particular TGM / Guideline game.
  
===Beginner===
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{| border="1"
*Goal (TAMAYA): Shoot many Fireworks as many lines as possible in succession. Based on Easy mode in TGM3.
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! Name in U.E.
*Goal (SCORE): Score as many points as possible. Based on Normal mode in TGM2.
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! Heboris (TGM)
*Completion Level: TAMAYA: 200, SCORE:300
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! Ti-ARS
*Ending: 20G (Credit roll continues even if you block out in SCORE trial.)
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! Ti-WORLD
*Additional mode: BIG mode
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! ACE-SRS
 
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! ACE-ARS
SCORE trial is similar to NORMAL mode in [[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2]].
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! ACE-ARS2
 
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! DS-WORLD
===Master===
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! SRS-X
*Goal: Get the highest grade as possible.
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! DRS
*Completion Level: 999
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|-
*Selectable Grade Setting:
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| Default Name in UE LITE || CLASSIC || CLASSIC+ || MODERN || MODERN+ || MIX-A || MIX-B || GUIDELINE || SPECIAL-S || SPECIAL-D
**<nowiki>#</nowiki>G1(Easy)
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|-
***Based on ''[[Tetris The Grand Master]]'', but with point requirements for grades inflated to adjust for back-to-back bonuses.
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| Alternate Name in UE LITE || TGM || TI || WORLD || WORLD2 || ARS || ARS2 || WORLD3 || WORLD-X || DHEBO
***Grading: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, GM
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|-
**<nowiki>#G2</nowiki>(Normal)
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| Based on || TGM / TAP || TGM3 Classic Rule || TGM3 World Rule || TGM ACE SRS || TGM ACE ARS || TGM ACE ARS2 || Guideline (Tetris DS) || Original || DTET
***Based on ''[[TGM2|Tetris: The Grand Master 2]]'', but every internal grade increase will increase the displayed grade, as opposed to taking up to three internal grade increases to raise the displayed grade.
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|-
***Grading: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, m1, m2, m3, m4, m5, m6, m7, m8, m9, M, MK, MV, MO, MM, Gm
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| ARE || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || No || Yes || Yes (Skippable)
**<nowiki>#G3</nowiki>(Normal)
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***Same as above, but it only includes the grade stages present TGM2.
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| Fast Drop Speed || Fixed 1G || Fixed 1G || Fixed 1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || + 1.5G || + 1.5G
***Grading: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, m, Gm
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|-
**<nowiki>#G4</nowiki>(Hard)
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| Wallkicks & Initial Stances || TGM/TAP || TGM3 || SRS || SRS || TGM3 || TGM || SRS || SRS + 180 Rotation Original || DTET
***Based on ''[[TGM3|Tetris: The Grand Master 3]]'', but with some questionable differences.
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|-
***Grading: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, m1, m2, m3, m4, m5, m6, m7, m8, m9, M, MK, MV, MO, MM, Gm
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| Lockdown || Step || Step || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Step
*Grade/Time Requirements: ???
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*Ending: Fading/Invisible 20G (M-rank)
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| [[Move reset]] limit || N/A || N/A || 8 Rotations / 10 Movements || 128 Movements / Rotations || 128 Movements / Rotations || 128 Movements / Rotations || Infinity || 12 Rotations / 24 Movements || N/A
*Additional modes: Item mode, BIG mode, Promotion Exam mode, HEBO+ (TGM+)
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** To activate Promotion Exam mode, press HOLD twice, but on the second press hold it down and start a game. A grade will be given at random for you to aim for.
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| Soft Drop Type || Lock || Lock || Non-lock || Non-lock || Non-lock || Lock || Non-loc || Lock || Lock (when faster than 2G)
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|-
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| Hard Drop Type || Sonic || Sonic || Locking || Locking || Locking || Sonic || Locking || Sonic || Locking
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|-
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| Piece Colors || Sega/Arika || Sega/Arika || Guideline || Guideline || Guideline || Guideline || Guideline || Guideline || Sega/Arika
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|-
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| ABC Button Layout || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:CW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:CW || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:CW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:180°  || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:180°
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|}
  
===20G===
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== Modes ==
*Goal: Same as Master.
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As of C7V4EX YGS2K+ (FINAL), ''Heboris Unofficial Expansion'' contains the following modes:
*Completion Level: 999
 
*Selectable Grade Setting: (Same as Master)
 
*Grading: (Same as Master)
 
*Grade/Time Requirements: (Same as Master)
 
*Ending: (Same as Master)
 
*Additional modes: Item mode, BIG mode, Examination mode, HEBO+ (TGM+)
 
  
20G mode goals and requirements are identical to those of Master mode. Games in this mode start at 20G, as the name implies.
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=== Beginner ===
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* ''TAMAYA'' – The player must clear lines to shoot as many fireworks as possible within 200 levels, using the Hanabi scoring system in [[Tetris The Grand Master 3 Terror-Instinct#Easy|TGM3's Easy mode]].
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* ''SCORE'' – Based on [[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2#Normal|Normal mode in TGM2]], the player must clear lines to score as many score as possible within 300 levels.
  
===Devil===
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=== Master ===
*Goal: Reach the highest level as quickly as possible.
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Using the mechanics from the TGM series, the player must obtain the highest grade possible within 999 levels. Four grade rulesets are available:
*Completion Level: DEVIL-DOOM: 1300, DEVIL-MINUS:1000
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* ''G1 (Easy)'' – uses the score-based [[Grade Recognition System]] from [[Tetris The Grand Master]], but the score requirements have been adjusted to accommodate back-to-back bonuses.
*Grading (DOOM): 1, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, God (神)
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* ''G2 (Normal)'' – uses the Grade Recognition System from TGM2, except each internal grade increase will change the displayed grade, and the grade count has been expanded to that from TGM3.
*Grade/Time Requirements (DOOM): Reach Level 500 before first Torikan, Reach Level 1000 before second Torikan, survive Big Roll (Big mode forced on).
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* ''G3 (Normal)'' – same as G2, but only uses the original grades from TGM2.
*Grading (MINUS or DEATH+): 1, m, Gm
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* ''G4 (Hard)'' – uses the expanded Grade Recognition System from TGM3, but with minor differences. Promotional Exams can also be triggered by pressing Hold twice then keeping the button pressed while pressing Start. The grade given at a Promotional Exam is given at random.
*Grade/Time Requirements(Minus/Death+): ???
 
*Ending: DOOM: BIG mode 20G, MINUS: DOOM Level 800 (Not become game over if top you out in DEVIL-MINUS.)
 
*Additional modes: BIG mode, DEATH+ (1 preview, no hold), ITEM mode (since C7V3.56)
 
  
Originally based on T.A. Death mode in ''[[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2|Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2 PLUS]]'', the default gameplay mechanics and [[Tetris The Grand Master 3#Shirase Mode Timings|timings]] were recently modified to simulate Shirase mode in ''Tetris The Grand Master 3'' (DEVIL-DOOM). A mode called DEVIL-MINUS has timings from T.A. Death.
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In addition, the player can also turn on ITEM, BIG, and HEBO+ modes by holding the corresponding buttons while pressing Start.
  
===Tomoyo===
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=== 20G ===
*Goal: Clear all gem blocks within the time limit.
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Same as Master mode, but with 20G gravity throughout the round.
*Selectable Stages: TI, E-HEART, ACE-TARGET, EDIT, F-POINT
 
  
This mode is based off of Sakura mode in ''Tetris The Grand Master 3''.
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=== Devil ===
Tomoyo is a friend of Cardcaptor Sakura from the anime she appears in.
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A much harder variant of Master mode. Two rulesets are available:
  
Ti stages are from ''Tetris The Grand Master 3'', E-Heart stages are from ''[[Tetris with Cardcaptor Sakura Eternal Heart]]''(Normal), ACE-TARGET stages are from ''[[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]]'' (Gem block postions are randomized.), and F-Point stages are from ''[[Flash Point]]''
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* ''DOOM'' – replicates Shirase mode from TGM3.
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* ''MINUS'' – replicates T.A. Death mode from TGM2.
  
===Ace===
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In addition, DEATH+ can also be turned on, which limits the player to 1 piece preview and no Hold, as well as ITEM and BIG modes.
*Goal: Complete 15 or 20 levels within the time limit.
 
*Completion Stage: 150 Lines (Hell: 200 Lines) (Old style: Endless)
 
*Additional modes: BIG mode, Old Style mode
 
  
Ace is based off of the main mode in ''[[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]]''. It has several variants, including Ace-Another which simulates Another mode, and Ace-Hell which simulates Another 2 mode and also implements ''[[DTET]]''-style vanishing tetrominoes (only outline of stack is visible) as well as a curtain that rises and falls to obscure the playing field. As the lock delay parameters in Ace were designed under the pretense of the [[Infinity]] rule included in the ruleset, attempting to play Another or Hell using rulesets which do not include Infinity (such as Heboris or Ti-ARS) become extremely difficult, because speeds are much faster than the ones in ''[[Tetris The Grand Master Ace|TGM-ACE]]''.
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=== Tomoyo ===
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Based on TGM3's Sakura mode, the player must clear all gem blocks in the playfield within a time limit. ''Tomoyo'' mode is named as such after Tomoyo Daidouji, who is Sakura Kinomoto's friend in the ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' franchise.
  
Old style is different from other Ace modes. The chosen rotation system will determine the style the player will play on.
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The player can choose between 4 stage sets: [[Tetris The Grand Master 3 Terror-Instinct#Sakura|TI]], [[Tetris with Cardcaptor Sakura Eternal Heart|E-HEART]], [[Tetris The Grand Master Ace|ACE-TARGET]], and [[Flash Point|F-POINT]], as well as creating custom maps in EDIT.
*ARS based rules: [[Tetris (Sega)|Sega arcade]] style<br>
 
*SRS based rules: [[Tetris (Game Boy)|Game Boy]] style
 
  
===Simple===
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=== Ace ===
''STANDARD is renamed to SIMPLE since C7V2.1''
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Based on TGM ACE's main mode, the player must clear 15 or 20 levels, each with a 10-line goal. Each level section must be completed in 90 seconds or less. Two variants, Ace-Another and Ace-Hell, are also available.
  
*Goal (40LINES): Clear 40 lines as fast as possible.
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=== Old Style ===
*Goal (ULTRA): Clear as many lines as possible within 2 minutes.
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Accessible by highlighting Ace in the mode selection screen and moving right after Ace-Hell, the player can access one of two special modes which use mechanics from older Tetris games. The mode presented is based on the rotation system of the player's selected ruleset:
*Goal (SQUARE & MARATHON): Reach Level 15
 
*Game Speed: Configurable Speed level, [[ARE]], line clear animation, [[lock delay]], [[DAS]]
 
*Completion Requirements: Depends on mode
 
*Additional mode: BIG mode
 
  
This mode simulates the "generic" 40 Line time attack and and 2 minute score attack modes that are seen in many recent games such as ''[[Tetris Ultimate]]'', ''[[Puyo Puyo Tetris]]'', and ''[[Tetris Effect]]''. One difference is that the player can define the parameters at which the tetrominoes fall. Players can, for example, configure the game to play a time attack with zero gravity, or at forced Shirase speeds. All of the records are recorded in the same ranking scoreboard, regardless of the parameter settings.
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* ARS-based – [[Tetris (Sega)]]
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* SRS-based – [[Tetris (Game Boy)]]
  
====Rotation Relay====
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=== Simple ===
''Added in Simple (40LINES or ULTRA) mode''
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This contains several Guideline-based modes:
*Goal (40LINES): Clear 40 lines as fast as possible with all rotation rules.
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* ''40LINES'' Clear [[40 lines]] as fast as possible.
*Goal (ULTRA): Clear as many lines as possible with all rotation rules, one each played within 2 minutes.
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* ''ULTRA'' – Clear as many lines as possible within [[Ultra|2 minutes]].
*Game Speed: Configurable Speed level, [[ARE]], line clear animation, [[lock delay]], [[DAS]] (First time only)
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* ''MARATHON'' – [[Marathon|Variable-goal]] mode. Clear 15 levels to complete the stage.
*Additional mode: BIG mode
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* ''SQUARE'' – Based on [[Tetris Worlds]]' [[Square Tetris|Square mode]]. Same completion requirements as MARATHON.
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* ''ROTATION RELAY'' – Play 40LINES or ULTRA while cycling through all of the available rotation systems. Topping out will add a penalty to the player's total time.
  
Play with all selectable rotation rules. Blocking out will add a time penalty.
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=== Vs. ===
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2-player versus mode, with options for items, [[garbage]] types, styles (NORMAL, ATTACK, DEFENSE; ITEM), etc.
  
===Vs.===
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Garbage types include the following:
* Players: 2 (Human vs. CPU, Human vs. Human, CPU vs CPU)
 
* Match Types: Normal, No item, Cement, Item only(No Garbage)
 
* Game Speed: Configurable Speed level, [[ARE]], line clear animation, [[lock delay]], [[DAS]]
 
* Selectable Style: NORMAL, ATTACK, DEFENCE, ITEM
 
* Garbage Type: Configurable
 
* Items: Configurable (None, ALL, FEW, DS, TGM, or selected one)
 
* Additional Settings: BIG mode, Win Level(or Win Lines)
 
  
====Style(C7V2.4~)====
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* ''Move Erased'' – Sent garbage mimics the shape the user used to clear the lines.
Before a round begins, two players can choose their style until "GO!" appears in the screen.
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* ''Copy Bottom'' – Sent garbage mimics the opponent's bottom-most row.
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* ''Hebo+'' – Sent garbage used the fixed pattern in the TGM+ mode of TGM2.
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* ''DS Random'' – Standard Guideline garbage system.
  
*NORMAL: No special effects.
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Items appear as a [[tetromino]] in which a player can place onto the field. In order for an item to appear in the preview, a player has to place 20 tetrominoes onto the field (roughly enough for eight lines). Therefore, the speed of the player determines how fast the player will acquire an item. To activate an item's effect, a player has to clear one or more rows in which the item tetromino occupies.
*ATTACK: Player can send more garbage liness to the opponent. But in order for an item to appear in the preview, a player has to place two times more pieces.
 
*DEFENCE: When player erased two or more lines, some lines from bottom will be also erased.
 
*ITEM: In order for an item to appear in the preview, a player has to place only two times less pieces.
 
 
 
====Garbage Type====
 
 
 
* Move Erased: Sent garbage mimics the shape the user used to clear the lines.
 
* Copy Bottom: Sent garbage mimics the opponent's bottom-most row.
 
* Hebo+: Sent garbage mimics the garbage system in TGM+ mode in [[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2 PLUS]] Garbage takes on the shapes of various tetrominoes.
 
* DS Random: Sent garbage mimics [[Tetris DS]]  garbage.
 
{| border="1"
 
!
 
! NORMAL
 
! ATTACK
 
! DEFENCE & ITEM
 
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| DS Random garbage<br>Hole change rate ||  40%  ||  70%  ||  30%
 
|}
 
<br>
 
{| border="1"
 
! Line Clear
 
! Garbage Sent<br>(NORMAL, DEFENCE, ITEM) <br>(Move Erased /Others)
 
! Garbage Sent<br>(ATTACK) <br>(Move Erased /Others)
 
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| Single ||  0  /  0  ||  0  /  0 
 
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| Double ||  2  /  1  ||  3  /  3 
 
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| Triple ||  3  /  2  ||  4  /  4 
 
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| Heboris! ||  4  /  4  ||  6  /  6 
 
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| T-Spin Single ||  1x2  /  2  ||  2x2  /  3 
 
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| T-Spin Double ||  2x2  /  4  ||  3x3  /  6 
 
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| T-Spin Triple ||  3x3  /  6  ||  4x4  /  8 
 
|-
 
| Back to Back ||  + 1Line  ||  + 2Lines
 
|}
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
====Items====
 
Items appear as a [[tetromino]] in which a player can place onto the field. In order for an item to appear in the preview, a player has to place 20 tetrominoes onto the field (roughly enough for eight lines). Therefore, the speed of the player determines how fast he or she will acquire an item. To activate an item's effect, a player has to clear one or more rows in which the item tetromino occupies.
 
 
[[Hold piece|Holding]] an item tetromino will turn it into a regular tetromino; unlike standard multiplayer with items in ''[[Tetris DS]]'', the tetromino that then comes out of the hold box does not turn into an item tetromino.
 
[[Hold piece|Holding]] an item tetromino will turn it into a regular tetromino; unlike standard multiplayer with items in ''[[Tetris DS]]'', the tetromino that then comes out of the hold box does not turn into an item tetromino.
  
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===Mission===
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=== Mission ===
*Goal: Complete all missions within the time limit.
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The player must complete all missions within the specified time limit. The player can select between the various courses from TGM ACE and [[Tetris Gold]], as well as several original courses.
*Completion Stage: Varied
 
<br>From [[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]]: Big road, Tricky road, Grand road, Star road, Another road, Trial S1~S10, HM<br>
 
From [[Tetris Gold]]: Amateur, Pro, Bronze, Silver, Gold<br>
 
Original: DS road, Devil road, Trial GOD, Platinum
 
 
 
==Rule Variations==
 
The table below documents the differences in behavior with the various rules in Heboris U.E.
 
{| border="1"
 
! Name in C7~
 
! Heboris (TGM)
 
! Ti-ARS
 
! Ti-WORLD
 
! ACE-SRS
 
! ACE-ARS
 
! ACE-ARS2
 
! DS-WORLD
 
! SRS-X
 
! DRS
 
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| Default Name in UE LITE || CLASSIC || CLASSIC+ || MODERN || MODERN+ || MIX-A || MIX-B || GUIDELINE || SPECIAL-S || SPECIAL-D
 
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| Alternate Name in UE LITE || TGM || TI || WORLD || WORLD2 || ARS || ARS2 || WORLD3 || WORLD-X || DHEBO
 
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| Imitates || TGM/TAP || Ti Classic || Ti World || TGMA SRS || TGMA ARS || TGMA ARS2 || Tetris DS || Original || DTET
 
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| ARE || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || No || Yes || Yes (Skippable)
 
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| Fast Drop Speed || Fixed 1G || Fixed 1G || Fixed 1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || Fixed 0.5~1G || + 1.5G || + 1.5G
 
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| Wallkicks & Initial Stances || TGM/TAP || Ti || SRS || SRS || Ti || Ti || SRS || SRS + 180 Rotation Original || DTET
 
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| Lockdown || Step || Step || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Move/Rotate || Step
 
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| Lock Limit || N/A || N/A || 8 Rotations / 10 Movements || 128 Movements / Rotations || 128 Movements / Rotations || 128 Movements / Rotations || Infinite || 12 Rotations / 24 Movements || N/A
 
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| Soft Drop Lock || Yes || Yes || No || No || No || Yes || When On Surface(LITE) || Yes || When faster than 2G
 
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| Hard Drop Lock || No || No || Yes || Yes || Yes || No || Yes || No || Yes
 
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| Piece Colors || Sega/TGM || Sega/TGM || SRS || SRS || SRS || SRS || SRS || SRS || Sega/TGM
 
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| ABC Button Layout || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:CW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:CW || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:CCW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:CW || A:CW<br/>B:CCW<br/>C:180°  || A:CCW<br/>B:CW<br/>C:180°
 
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* Entering an input during ARE in DRS will cause the ARE to end at that point.
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=== Original Modes ===
* The functions of buttons A,B,C can be set to not flip in SRS-based rules by setting the WORLDREVERSE option to off in the Setting menu.
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In each of these modes, the player must clear as many lines as they can before [[Top out|topping out]]. After reaching 15:00:00, the game will initiate a fast [[20G]] to automatically trigger a game over.
<!-- not confirmed firsthand yet * Hitting A while B is already pressed, and vice versa, will cause a piece to rotate in the direction of the later button, but using wallkick rules of the earlier button.
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* ''Beginner'' – Slow speed curve.
* Hitting A and B simultaneously will cause a piece to rotate 180° .-->
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* ''Master'' – Normal speed curve.
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* ''20G'' – Fast speed curve.
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* ''Devil'' – Fast speed curve with decreasing lock delay.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://hebo.game-host.org/index.html Download page] (Japanese) - Install [[Heboris]] first, then install either an C7~EX or LITE version (full package) on top of it
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*[http://hebo.game-host.org/index.html Download page] (Japanese) [defunct]
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*[https://www.dropbox.com/s/y1nxlx90d6uvyld/Heboris%20Collection.7z?dl=0 New download page]
  
 
[[Category:Fan games]]
 
[[Category:Fan games]]

Revision as of 04:12, 9 July 2020

Heboris Unofficial Expansion
Developer(s) Various
Release date(s) 2003 (First release)

Version
C7V4EX YGS2K+ (FINAL)
(Customized for Heboris U.E)
released August 2007
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Gameplay Info
Next pieces 0 to 6
Playfield dimensions 10 × 20
Hold piece Yes (IHS available)
Hard drop Yes
Rotation system SRS
ARS
DRS
NRS
Sega rotation
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Heboris: Unofficial Expansion, abbreviated as Heboris U.E., is a modification to Heboris, a game orignally created by Kenji Hosimoto with YaneuraoGameScript 2000. It adds new modes inspired by the games in Arika's TGM series and various rotation systems.

History

The development of Heboris by Hosimoto has been halted since 2002. However, due to the source code of Heboris, which was based on YGS2K, being highly accessible, the game became the target of modifications by anonymous third parties mainly in the 2ch community. The game underwent various modifications, including implementing similar features from later games such as Tetris The Grand Master 3, Tetris The Grand Master Ace, Tetris DS and DTET. The modified version is known in western communities as Heboris Unofficial Expansion. A second modified version, Heboris U.E. LITE, exists and focuses on lighter system requirements. A third modified version, Heboris U.E. MINI, also exists and features a plugin system to add or remove functionality from the game.

Gameplay

Heboris Unofficial Expansion uses gameplay mechanics from the TGM series as well as Guideline-based games. The player can choose between 9 defined rulesets, each replicating that of a particular TGM / Guideline game.

Name in U.E. Heboris (TGM) Ti-ARS Ti-WORLD ACE-SRS ACE-ARS ACE-ARS2 DS-WORLD SRS-X DRS
Default Name in UE LITE CLASSIC CLASSIC+ MODERN MODERN+ MIX-A MIX-B GUIDELINE SPECIAL-S SPECIAL-D
Alternate Name in UE LITE TGM TI WORLD WORLD2 ARS ARS2 WORLD3 WORLD-X DHEBO
Based on TGM / TAP TGM3 Classic Rule TGM3 World Rule TGM ACE SRS TGM ACE ARS TGM ACE ARS2 Guideline (Tetris DS) Original DTET
ARE Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes (Skippable)
Fast Drop Speed Fixed 1G Fixed 1G Fixed 1G Fixed 0.5~1G Fixed 0.5~1G Fixed 0.5~1G Fixed 0.5~1G + 1.5G + 1.5G
Wallkicks & Initial Stances TGM/TAP TGM3 SRS SRS TGM3 TGM SRS SRS + 180 Rotation Original DTET
Lockdown Step Step Move/Rotate Move/Rotate Move/Rotate Move/Rotate Move/Rotate Move/Rotate Step
Move reset limit N/A N/A 8 Rotations / 10 Movements 128 Movements / Rotations 128 Movements / Rotations 128 Movements / Rotations Infinity 12 Rotations / 24 Movements N/A
Soft Drop Type Lock Lock Non-lock Non-lock Non-lock Lock Non-loc Lock Lock (when faster than 2G)
Hard Drop Type Sonic Sonic Locking Locking Locking Sonic Locking Sonic Locking
Piece Colors Sega/Arika Sega/Arika Guideline Guideline Guideline Guideline Guideline Guideline Sega/Arika
ABC Button Layout A:CCW
B:CW
C:CCW
A:CCW
B:CW
C:CCW
A:CW
B:CCW
C:CW
A:CW
B:CCW
C:CW
A:CCW
B:CW
C:CCW
A:CCW
B:CW
C:CCW
A:CW
B:CCW
C:CW
A:CW
B:CCW
C:180°
A:CCW
B:CW
C:180°

Modes

As of C7V4EX YGS2K+ (FINAL), Heboris Unofficial Expansion contains the following modes:

Beginner

  • TAMAYA – The player must clear lines to shoot as many fireworks as possible within 200 levels, using the Hanabi scoring system in TGM3's Easy mode.
  • SCORE – Based on Normal mode in TGM2, the player must clear lines to score as many score as possible within 300 levels.

Master

Using the mechanics from the TGM series, the player must obtain the highest grade possible within 999 levels. Four grade rulesets are available:

  • G1 (Easy) – uses the score-based Grade Recognition System from Tetris The Grand Master, but the score requirements have been adjusted to accommodate back-to-back bonuses.
  • G2 (Normal) – uses the Grade Recognition System from TGM2, except each internal grade increase will change the displayed grade, and the grade count has been expanded to that from TGM3.
  • G3 (Normal) – same as G2, but only uses the original grades from TGM2.
  • G4 (Hard) – uses the expanded Grade Recognition System from TGM3, but with minor differences. Promotional Exams can also be triggered by pressing Hold twice then keeping the button pressed while pressing Start. The grade given at a Promotional Exam is given at random.

In addition, the player can also turn on ITEM, BIG, and HEBO+ modes by holding the corresponding buttons while pressing Start.

20G

Same as Master mode, but with 20G gravity throughout the round.

Devil

A much harder variant of Master mode. Two rulesets are available:

  • DOOM – replicates Shirase mode from TGM3.
  • MINUS – replicates T.A. Death mode from TGM2.

In addition, DEATH+ can also be turned on, which limits the player to 1 piece preview and no Hold, as well as ITEM and BIG modes.

Tomoyo

Based on TGM3's Sakura mode, the player must clear all gem blocks in the playfield within a time limit. Tomoyo mode is named as such after Tomoyo Daidouji, who is Sakura Kinomoto's friend in the Cardcaptor Sakura franchise.

The player can choose between 4 stage sets: TI, E-HEART, ACE-TARGET, and F-POINT, as well as creating custom maps in EDIT.

Ace

Based on TGM ACE's main mode, the player must clear 15 or 20 levels, each with a 10-line goal. Each level section must be completed in 90 seconds or less. Two variants, Ace-Another and Ace-Hell, are also available.

Old Style

Accessible by highlighting Ace in the mode selection screen and moving right after Ace-Hell, the player can access one of two special modes which use mechanics from older Tetris games. The mode presented is based on the rotation system of the player's selected ruleset:

Simple

This contains several Guideline-based modes:

  • 40LINES – Clear 40 lines as fast as possible.
  • ULTRA – Clear as many lines as possible within 2 minutes.
  • MARATHONVariable-goal mode. Clear 15 levels to complete the stage.
  • SQUARE – Based on Tetris Worlds' Square mode. Same completion requirements as MARATHON.
  • ROTATION RELAY – Play 40LINES or ULTRA while cycling through all of the available rotation systems. Topping out will add a penalty to the player's total time.

Vs.

2-player versus mode, with options for items, garbage types, styles (NORMAL, ATTACK, DEFENSE; ITEM), etc.

Garbage types include the following:

  • Move Erased – Sent garbage mimics the shape the user used to clear the lines.
  • Copy Bottom – Sent garbage mimics the opponent's bottom-most row.
  • Hebo+ – Sent garbage used the fixed pattern in the TGM+ mode of TGM2.
  • DS Random – Standard Guideline garbage system.

Items appear as a tetromino in which a player can place onto the field. In order for an item to appear in the preview, a player has to place 20 tetrominoes onto the field (roughly enough for eight lines). Therefore, the speed of the player determines how fast the player will acquire an item. To activate an item's effect, a player has to clear one or more rows in which the item tetromino occupies. Holding an item tetromino will turn it into a regular tetromino; unlike standard multiplayer with items in Tetris DS, the tetromino that then comes out of the hold box does not turn into an item tetromino.

Item No. Item Name Effect Duration Frequency
1=low 10=high
Item Effect
1 Mirror Block 3 piece
placements
5 The opponent's stack is mirrored 3 times for each new piece, leaving it mirrored after the 3rd piece.
2 Roll Roll 4 piece
placements
8 The opponent's next 3 pieces are auto rotating clockwise by a fixed interval.
3 Death Block Instant 5 Makes the opponent's next block big. (No effect in BIG mode)
4 X-Ray 4 piece
placements
9 A partially invisible effect is applied to the opponent's stack for a short period.
5 Color Block 3 piece
placements
6 A partially invisible effect is applied to the opponent's stack for a very short period.
6 Rotate Lock 10 seconds 3 Removes the ability to rotate pieces from the opponent.
Opponent's next piece orientations are randomized.
7 Hide Next 15 seconds 5 Temporarily hides the opponent's previews.
8 Magnet Block 2 piece
placements
4 The opponent's fall speed increases by 0.5G. Pieces will lock instantly while this item is active.
9 Time Stop 5 seconds 6 Opponent's active tetromino is frozen in position.
Opponent is unable to perform any commands.
10 Hold Lock 6 piece
placements
8 The opponent's hold function is disabled.
11 Reverse (Left/Right) 10 seconds 4 Reverses the left and right movements of the opponent.
12 Boost Fire 10 seconds 7 Opponent's tetromino fall speed becomes 20G. It halves the opponent's lock delay if they are already at 20G.
13 Fever 10 seconds 5 All of user's preview tetrominoes become I tetrominoes, with opponent's item attacks being reflected.
14 Reverse (Up/Down) 10 seconds 6 Opponent's up and down input keys are switched.
15 Remote Control 2 piece
placements
5 The player takes control of the opponent's inputs, while maintaining control over their field. It also disables the opponent's inputs.
16 Dark Block 8 seconds 3 Stack becomes fully invisible for a medium period.
17 Delete Field (Top) Instant 6 Deletes the upper half of the player's playfield.
18 Delete Field (Bottom Instant 6 Deletes the lower half of the player's playfield.
19 Delete Even Instant 5 Deletes every 2nd row in the player's playfield.
20 Transform 3 piece
placements
4 The opponent's next 3 pieces will change tetromino every time the piece is rotated.
21 Laser Instant 9 Remove a column of holes in the opponent's stack. The attacker many move the laser by pressing left and right.
22 Negative Field Instant 1 Flip the playfield's occupied cells to empty, and empty cells to occupied.
23 Shot Gun! Instant 5 Randomly shoot a group of holes in the opponent's stack.
24 Exchange Field Instant 1 Swaps the player's and opponent's playfield. (No effect in solo mode)
25 Hard Block Instant 7 The opponent's next piece must be cleared twice to be removed from the playfield.
26 Shuffle Field Instant 7 Opponent's rows are shifted randomly left and right. The empty columns stay connected only if the rows containing the columns are filled with 9 blocks each.
27 Random Instant 8 A random item effect is activated.
28 Free Fall Instant 3 Forces all cells to move down in the player's playfield removing any holes.
29 Move Field (Left) Instant 2 Push every cell in the player's playfield to the left.
30 Move Field (Right) Instant 5 Push every cell in the player's playfield to the right.
31 180° Field Instant 7 Rotate the playfield upside down and move the newly rotated cells down.
32 16t Instant 4 A 16t anvil appears, in which the player can move before removing three columns of blocks.
33 Reflect 10 seconds 3 (VERSUS) Opponent's item attacks are reflected to themselves. (Others) The player is protected from one attack type item.
34 Double 10 seconds 3 Increases the lines recieved from the player by 2.
(No effect in solo mode)
35 All Clear Instant 1 Clears the field entirely.
36 Miss (joke) 20 piece
placements
5 (VERSUS) The player's level and item bar will not increase.
(Others) Level, score and line count are not affected.
37 Copy Field Instant 3 Opponent's field becomes the player's field.
(No effect in solo mode)
38 Fake Next 8 seconds 2 The piece previews and the held piece become fake, but the colors will be the same as the original piece.
39 Grandmother Block 20 piece
placements
7 All blocks will turn into "[ ]" blocks.

Mission

The player must complete all missions within the specified time limit. The player can select between the various courses from TGM ACE and Tetris Gold, as well as several original courses.

Original Modes

In each of these modes, the player must clear as many lines as they can before topping out. After reaching 15:00:00, the game will initiate a fast 20G to automatically trigger a game over.

  • Beginner – Slow speed curve.
  • Master – Normal speed curve.
  • 20G – Fast speed curve.
  • Devil – Fast speed curve with decreasing lock delay.

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