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==Official Tetris games pre-TTC==
==Official Tetris games==
[[Legal disputes]] make the term ''official'' unclear for some early titles. To clarify, this list includes both licensed games and those developed under the pretense of having a license.
{{main|List of official Tetris games}}


<B>1985</B>
==Games by platform==
*[[Tetris (Electronica 60)]]
===Nintendo===
<B>1986</B>
* {{PAGESINCAT:Game Boy games|pages}} [[:Category:Game Boy games|Game Boy games]]
*[[Tetris (IBM PC)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Game Boy Color games|pages}} [[:Category:Game Boy Color games|Game Boy Color games]]
<B>1987</B>
* {{PAGESINCAT:Game Boy Advance games|pages}} [[:Category:Game Boy Advance games|Game Boy Advance games]]
*[[Tetris (Amstrad CPC)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Nintendo DS games|pages}} [[:Category:Nintendo DS games|Nintendo DS games]]
*[[Tetris (Atari ST)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Nintendo 3DS games|pages}} [[:Category:Nintendo 3DS games|Nintendo 3DS games]]
*[[Tetris (Macintosh)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Nintendo Entertainment System games|pages}} [[:Category:Nintendo Entertainment System games|Nintendo Entertainment System games]]
<B>1988</B>
* {{PAGESINCAT:Famicom games|pages}} [[:Category:Famicom games|Famicom games]]
*[[Tetris (Amiga)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Super Famicom games|pages}} [[:Category:Super Famicom games|Super Famicom games]]
*[[Tetris (Apple II)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Super Nintendo Entertainment System games|pages}} [[:Category:Super Nintendo Entertainment System games|Super Nintendo Entertainment System games]]
*[[Tetris (Atari)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Nintendo 64 games|pages}} [[:Category:Nintendo 64 games|Nintendo 64 games]]
*[[Tetris (BBC Electron)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:GameCube games|pages}} [[:Category:GameCube games|GameCube games]]
*[[Tetris (Commodore 64)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Wii games|pages}} [[:Category:Wii games|Wii games]]
*[[Tetris (Famicom)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Wii U games|pages}} [[:Category:Wii U games|Wii U games]]
*[[Tetris (J3100)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Nintendo Switch games|pages}} [[:Category:Nintendo Switch games|Nintendo Switch games]]
*[[Tetris (MSX2)]]
===Sony===
*[[Tetris (PC, Spectrum Holobyte)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:PlayStation Portable games|pages}} [[:Category:PlayStation Portable games|PlayStation Portable games]]
*[[Tetris (PC-8801)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:PlayStation Vita games|pages}} [[:Category:PlayStation Vita games|PlayStation Vita games]]
*[[Tetris (PC-9801)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:PlayStation games|pages}} [[:Category:PlayStation games|PlayStation games]]
*[[Tetris (Sega)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:PlayStation 2 games|pages}} [[:Category:PlayStation 2 games|PlayStation 2 games]]
*[[Tetris (Sinclair Spectrum)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:PlayStation 3 games|pages}} [[:Category:PlayStation 3 games|PlayStation 3 games]]
*[[Tetris (Tandy)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:PlayStation 4 games|pages}} [[:Category:PlayStation 4 games|PlayStation 4 games]]
*[[Tetris (X68000)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:PlayStation 5 games|pages}} [[:Category:PlayStation 5 games|PlayStation 5 games]]
*[[Vs. Tetris]]
===Sega===
<B>1989</B>
* {{PAGESINCAT:Mega Drive games|pages}} [[:Category:Mega Drive games|Mega Drive games]]
*[[Bloxeed]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Sega Saturn games|pages}} [[:Category:Sega Saturn games|Sega Saturn games]]
*[[Flash Point]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Dreamcast games|pages}} [[:Category:Dreamcast games|Dreamcast games]]
*[[Tetris (FM Towns)]] <!-- FM Towns launched in early 1989, so this was probably released then-->
===Microsoft===
*[[Tetris (Game Boy)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Xbox games|pages}} [[:Category:Xbox games|Xbox games]]
*[[Tetris (Game and Watch)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Xbox 360 games|pages}} [[:Category:Xbox 360 games|Xbox 360 games]]
*[[Tetris (Megadrive)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Xbox One games|pages}} [[:Category:Xbox One games|Xbox One games]]
*[[Tetris (Milton Bradley)]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Xbox Series X/S games|pages}} [[:Category:Xbox Series X/S games|Xbox Series X/S games]]
*[[Tetris (NES, Nintendo)]]
*[[Tetris (NES, Tengen)]]
*[[Tetris (Sharp Wizard)]]
<B>1990</B>
*[[Tetris (Microsoft Entertainment Pack for Windows)]]
<B>1991</B>
*[[Super Tetris]] <!-- Spectrum Holobyte, Inc. -->
*[[Tetris (Tomy)]]
*[[Tetris 2 and Bombliss]] <!-- NES version of the Super Tetris 2 game -->
<B>1992</B>
*[[Tetris (CD-i)]]
*[[Tetris Classic]]
*[[Super Tetris 2 and Bombliss]]
<B>1993</B>
*[[Tetris Battle Gaiden]]
<B>1994</B>
*[[Tetris and Dr Mario|Tetris & Dr. Mario]]
*[[Super Tetris 3]]
*[[Super Tetris 2 and Bombliss Limited Edition]]
<B>1995</B>
*[[Super Bombliss]]
*[[Tetris Plus]]
*[[V-Tetris]]
<B>1996</B>
*[[Tetris Blast]] <!-- USA Game Boy version of Bombliss from Super Tetris 2 -->
*[[Tetris S]]
*[[Tetris X]]
*[[Tetris Jr.]]


==Official games licensed by The Tetris Company ==
===Computer===
By 1997, [[The Tetris Company]] was up and running, and the [[Tetris Guideline]] started to take shape.
* {{PAGESINCAT:Windows games|pages}} [[:Category:Windows games|Windows games]]
 
* {{PAGESINCAT:macOS games|pages}} [[:Category:macOS games|macOS games]]
<B>1997</B>
* {{PAGESINCAT:Classic computer games|pages}} [[:Category:Classic computer games|Classic computer games]]
*[[Tetris Plus 2]]
===Other===
<B>1998</B>
* {{PAGESINCAT:Arcade games|pages}} [[:Category:Arcade games|Arcade games]]
*[[Magical Tetris Challenge]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Web (Plug-in) games|pages}} [[:Category:Web (Plug-in) games|Web (Plug-in) games]]
*[[Tetris 4D]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Web (Native) games|pages}} [[:Category:Web (Native) games|Web (Native) games]]
*[[Tetris 64]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Dedicated device games|pages}} [[:Category:Dedicated device games|Dedicated device games]]
*[[Tetris DX]]
* {{PAGESINCAT:Mobile phone games|pages}} [[:Category:Mobile phone games|Mobile phone games]]
*[[Tetris The Grand Master]]
<B>1999</B>
*[[Kids Tetris]]
*[[Super Bombliss Deluxe]]
*[[The New Tetris]]
*[[The Next Tetris]]
*[[The Next Tetris DLX]]
<B>2000</B>
*[[In-Flight Tetris]]
*[[Pocket Tetris]]
*[[Nintendo Mini Classics Tetris]]
*[[Sega Tetris]]
*[[Shockwave Tetris]]<!-- http://64.233.187.104/search?q=cache:jwlM82mhD0MJ:www.playlater.com/cls/Classics/+%22Shockwave+Tetris%22&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=6&client=firefox-a -->
*[[SuperLite 1500 Series: The Tetris]]
*[[The Next Tetris - Online Edition]]
*[[Tetris (Cassiopeia E-10)]]
*[[Tetris Challenge]]
*[[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2]]
*[[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2 PLUS]]
*[[Tetris with Cardcaptor Sakura Eternal Heart]]
*[[Tetris (Radica)]]
<B>2001</B>
*[[Groovin' Tetris]]
*[[Mini Tetris]]
*[[Mini Tetris 2]]
*[[Tetris Worlds]]
*[[Tetris Outdoor]]
<B>2002</B>
*[[Bombliss]]
*[[Tetris (yoomedia)]]
*[[Tetris (Pokémon Mini)]]
*[[Tetris Battle]]
*[[Tetris Blue]]
*[[Tetris Blue ~DX Version~]]
*[[Tetris (Wonderswan Color)]]
*[[Tetris Red]]
*[[Tetris VS]]
*[[Tetris VS (Dragon)]]
*[[Tetris VS (Saru Banana)]]
<B>2003</B>
*[[Tetris (Free2Play)]]
*[[Tetris (GoPlayTV)]]
*[[Minna no Soft Series: Tetris Advance]]
*[[Tetris (Blue Lava Wireless)]]
*[[Tetris Cascade]]
*[[Tetris Deluxe]]
*[[Tetris Kiwamemichi]]
<B>2004</B>
*[[Lighted Tetris]]
*[[Play TV Legends Tetris]]
*[[Tetris Elements]]
*[[Tetris Tournament for Prizes]]
*[[Tetris Tower 3D]]
*[[Tetris Classic]]
<B>2005</B>
*[[Big Screen Tetris]]
*[[Tetris The Grand Master 3 Terror-Instinct]]
*[[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]]
<B>2006</B>
*[[Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol.28 Tetris Collection]]
*[[Tetris Black]]
*[[Tetris DS]]
<B>Uncertain</B>
*[[Tetris (Oasys)]]
*[[Tetris Payout]]
*[[Tetris (Casio)]] <!-- "Casio Word Processor Application Soft" -->
*[[Tetris Jr. 2]]
*[[Tetris Jr. III]]
*[[Tetris 3 Minutes]] <!-- Japanese handheld -->
*[[Tetris (Sharp X1-Turbo)]]
*[[Tetris (NEC PC-VA)]]
*[[TETRIS.com]] <!-- Some sort of official Japanese handheld -->


==Other "-tris" games==
==Other "-tris" games==
Some games used the ''[[Tetris]]'' name or its '[[-tris]]' suffix in their titles, despite their distinctively different gameplay. Legal disputes make it unclear which early games used the name or suffix legally. The list below includes both licensed uses and uses by developers who have also made an official ''Tetris'' game.
Some games used the ''[[Tetris]]'' name or its '[[-tris]]' suffix in their titles, despite their distinctively different gameplay. The list below includes both licensed uses and uses by developers who have also made an official ''Tetris'' game.
*[[Welltris]], 1989
*[[Welltris]], 1989
*[[Hatris]], 1990
*[[Hatris]], 1990
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*[[Wordtris]], 1991
*[[Wordtris]], 1991
*[[Tetris 2]], 1993
*[[Tetris 2]], 1993
*[[Tetris Flash]], 1993
*[[Tetris Attack]], 1996
*[[Tetris Attack]], 1996
*[[3D Tetris]], 1996
*[[3D Tetris]], 1996
*[[Tetrisphere]], 1997
*[[Tetrisphere]], 1997
*[[Hatris (G-mode)]], 2006
*[[Tetris Blockout]], 2008
*[[Tetris Super Jackpots]], 2017


==Notable fan games==
==Notable unlicensed and similar commercial games==
There are many fan made derivatives of ''Tetris''. Sometimes these games infringed on copyright and/or trademark, though nevertheless a number of them have fostered a large user base and have achieved some cultural importance. Other notables use of Tetris include: art medium (see [[Tetris Building]]), algorithmic exercises (see [[Tetris AI]]), and even testing equipment (as the game originally was made to do).
These are games with similar gameplay to ''Tetris'' that were sold commercially. In some cases a licence was not necessary due to the changes in gameplay (as in Blockout and Hexion).


*[[Blockout]], 1989
*[[Atomic Point]], 1990? <!-- https://archive.org/details/arcade_atomicp -->
*[[Mosaic]], 1990 <!-- https://archive.org/details/arcade_mosaic -->
*[[Puzzled]] (Joy Joy Kid), 1990
*[[Hexion]], 1992
*[[Final Tetris]], 1993
*[[Geom Cube]], 1994
*[[Tetrin 55]] (aka Picorin), 1996
*[[Tricky Towers]]
==Fan games and other unlicensed games==
{{main|List of fan games}}
There are many fan made derivatives of ''Tetris''. Sometimes these games infringed on copyright and/or trademark, though nevertheless a number of them have fostered a large user base and have achieved some cultural importance. Other notables use of Tetris include: art medium (see [[Tetris Building]]), algorithmic exercises (see [[Tetris AI]]), and even testing equipment.
*[[Tetris (ZX Spectrum, Andic Software)]], 1986
*[[Tetris (ZX Spectrum, V.A. Baliasov)]], 1986
*[[Pentix]], 1986?
*[[Pentis]], 1987
*[[Nyet]], 1988
*[[Aint]], 1989
*[[EGAint]], 1989
*[[&#1058;&#1045;&#1058;&#1056;&#1048;&#1057; SEMIPRO-68k]] (aka Shimizu Tetris), 1989
*[[&#1058;&#1045;&#1058;&#1056;&#1048;&#1057; SEMIPRO-68k]] (aka Shimizu Tetris), 1989
*[[Wesleyan Tetris]], 1989
*[[Xyonix]], 1989 <!-- https://archive.org/details/arcade_xyonix -->
*[[Face to Face]], 1990
*[[Twintris (Digital Marketing, programmed by Svein Berge)]], 1990
*[[Tetris 2 (Fuxoft)]], 1990
*[[Double Blocks]], 1990
*[[Tetris Max]], 1992
*[[DuelTris]], 1992
*[[NYET III]], 1993
*[[Tetris Building]], 1995, 2000, 2002 <!-- split -->
*[[Tetrinet]], 1997
*[[Tetrinet]], 1997
*[[ACiD Tetris]], 1997
*[[Quadra]], 1999
*[[GTET]], 1999
*[[Heboris]], 2001
*[[Heboris]], 2001
*[[Heboris Unofficial expansion]], 2003?
*[[Tetrinet2]], 2001
*[[Tetrinet2]], 2001
*[[Tetris Building]], 1995, 2000, 2002
*[[Super ACiD Block Attack]], 2002
*[[Heboris Unofficial Expansion]], 2003?
*[[DTET]], 2003?
*[[Cultris]], 2005
*[[Lockjaw]], 2006
*[[Crystal Cubes]][http://nzlab.dk/][http://www.gamedev.net/community/forums/topic.asp?topic_id=374441], 2006
*[[Texmaster]], 2007
*[[Full HD Tetris]], 2008
*Tetris the Grand Master 3: Terror Instinct (DS version) [http://meraman.dip.jp/index.php], 2008
*[[Megatris (Uzebox)]] <!-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHKiBjiAg8o Megatris -->, 2008, runs on a Uzebox custom game console
*[http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=2455.0 S.T.A.C.K.E.R.], inspired by both Tetris and S.T.A.L.K.E.R., scored 6th on TIGSource.com demake competition. 2008
*[[NullpoMino]], 2008
*[[Uehara Tetris]], 2010
*[[Not Tetris]], 2010
*[[Not Tetris 2]], 2011
*[[Cultris II]], 2011
*[[Falling Down]], 2012
*[[tetr.js]], 2013
*[[Jstris]], 2014
*[[Blockdrop]], 2016
*[[WorldWide Combos]], 2017
*[[TETRUX: Online]], 2019
*[[Cambridge]], 2019


== Tetris as easter eggs ==
== Tetris as easter eggs ==
Due to its relative easiness to program, Tetris is often used as an easter egg.
Due to its relative easiness to program, Tetris is often used as an easter egg.
* DOS Navigator
* [http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/emacs.html#Amusements emacs]
* [http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/emacs.html#Amusements emacs]
* [http://www.eeggs.com/items/43501.html Mac OS X] (part of emacs)
* [http://www.eeggs.com/items/43501.html Mac OS X] (part of emacs)
* [http://www.eeggs.com/items/47291.html µTorrent] ( since 1.4.2 build 432)
* [http://www.eeggs.com/items/47291.html µTorrent] ( since 1.4.2 build 432)
* [http://www.buraks.com/mxegg/ Flash MX]
* [http://www.buraks.com/mxegg/ Flash MX]
* [http://www.eeggs.com/items/28801.html Hewlett-Packard oscilloscopes]
* Lunaris (Lunatic Rave 2 secret game mode)<!-- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvuHWb6hR7g -->
* [https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-10-16-theres-a-playable-game-of-tetris-hidden-on-the-dashboard-display-of-some-russian-trucks GAZelle Next trucks]


==See also==
==See also==
*[[Fan games]]
*[[Tetris.wiki]]
*[[List of fan games]]
 
== External links ==
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Tetris_variants List of Tetris variants] on Wikipedia
*[https://www.mobygames.com/game-group/tetris-licensees/ Tetris licensees] on MobyGames
*[https://www.mobygames.com/game-group/tetris-variants/ Tetris variants] on MobyGames
 
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Latest revision as of 19:42, 12 November 2020

Official Tetris games

Main article: List of official Tetris games

Games by platform

Nintendo

Sony

Sega

Microsoft

Computer

Other

Other "-tris" games

Some games used the Tetris name or its '-tris' suffix in their titles, despite their distinctively different gameplay. The list below includes both licensed uses and uses by developers who have also made an official Tetris game.

Notable unlicensed and similar commercial games

These are games with similar gameplay to Tetris that were sold commercially. In some cases a licence was not necessary due to the changes in gameplay (as in Blockout and Hexion).

Fan games and other unlicensed games

Main article: List of fan games

There are many fan made derivatives of Tetris. Sometimes these games infringed on copyright and/or trademark, though nevertheless a number of them have fostered a large user base and have achieved some cultural importance. Other notables use of Tetris include: art medium (see Tetris Building), algorithmic exercises (see Tetris AI), and even testing equipment.

Tetris as easter eggs

Due to its relative easiness to program, Tetris is often used as an easter egg.

See also

External links