Difference between revisions of "MultiMino"

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|released = Nov 16, 2020
|released = Nov 16, 2020
|platform = Windows
|platform = Windows
|preview = 5
|preview = 1-5
|playfield = 10 × 20 visible (in all modes except Combo Breaker)
|playfield = 10 × 20 visible (in all modes except Combo Breaker)
|hold = Yes, with [[IHS]]
|hold = Enabled with [[IHS]] in all modes except Classic
|hard = Yes
|hard = Enabled in all modes except Classic and Spin Clear
|system = SRS, with custom SRS-like kicks for non-tetrominoes
|system = SRS, with custom SRS-like kicks for non-tetrominoes
|boxart = Multimino-title.png
|boxart = Multimino-title.png
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*CPU Versus
*CPU Versus
*Sandbox
*Sandbox
and a hidden mode.
*Classic (a hidden mode that can accessed by typing 1989 in the main menu)


===Marathon===
===Marathon===
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===Master===
===Master===
A 200-line marathon where the game is incredibly fast starting at level 1. No options to pick from.
A 200-line 20G marathon where the game is incredibly fast starting at level M1. No options to pick from.


===Combo Breaker===
===Combo Breaker===
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===Sandbox===
===Sandbox===
Allows you to make your own boards for testing the kicks. You can also pick a piece sequence, and save boards to load later.
Allows you to make your own boards for testing the kicks. You can also pick a piece sequence, and save boards to load later.
===Classic===
Secret mode. Emulates the gameplay of [[Tetris (NES, Nintendo)|the NES ''Tetris'' game]]. No options to pick from.


==Piece Sets==
==Piece Sets==
In most game modes, the player can choose a piece set to use before starting a game. The three piece sets are as follows:
===Tetris===
===Tetris===
Includes all 7 tetrominoes.
Includes all 7 tetrominoes.

Revision as of 13:02, 5 March 2021

MultiMino
Multimino-title.png
The title screen of MultiMino.
Developer(s)Axel Fox
Platform(s)Windows
ReleaseNov 16, 2020
Gameplay info
Next pieces1-5
Playfield size10 × 20 visible (in all modes except Combo Breaker)
Hold pieceEnabled with IHS in all modes except Classic
Hard dropEnabled in all modes except Classic and Spin Clear
Rotation systemSRS, with custom SRS-like kicks for non-tetrominoes
Multimino-title.png
Multimino-gameplay.png

MultiMino is a fangame created by Axel Fox that visions what the Tetris Guideline would be like if pentominoes were a part of it.

Game Modes

There are currently ten modes in the game:

  • Marathon
  • Sprint
  • Ultra
  • Survival
  • Spin Clear
  • Master
  • Combo Breaker
  • CPU Versus
  • Sandbox
  • Classic (a hidden mode that can accessed by typing 1989 in the main menu)

Marathon

Fixed goal marathon. You can choose from 150 lines, 200 lines, 300 lines, or endless. If you choose endless, you can also pick the point at which the speed stops increasing, either level 1, 15, 20, or 30.

Sprint

40-line sprint. No options to pick from.

Ultra

2 minute blitz to get the highest score you can. No options to pick from.

Survival

Garbage lines periodically rise from the bottom. No options to pick from.

Spin Clear

Preset boards and piece sequences will appear, and you have to spin every piece into the board, finishing with an All Clear. You start with 2 minutes, and gain 5 seconds for every board you clear. Game ends when you run out of time. No options to pick from.

Master

A 200-line 20G marathon where the game is incredibly fast starting at level M1. No options to pick from.

Combo Breaker

A 4-wide matrix where the goal is to get the highest combo you can in one minute. No options to pick from.

CPU Versus

Fight an AI in a traditional versus match. You can choose the AI level (1 to 5), and the amount of victories to win the whole match (2, 3, 5, 7, or 10).

Sandbox

Allows you to make your own boards for testing the kicks. You can also pick a piece sequence, and save boards to load later.

Classic

Secret mode. Emulates the gameplay of the NES Tetris game. No options to pick from.

Piece Sets

In most game modes, the player can choose a piece set to use before starting a game. The three piece sets are as follows:

Tetris

Includes all 7 tetrominoes.

Pentris

Includes all 18 pentominoes.

Multris

Includes the monomino, domino, 2 trominoes, 7 tetrominoes, and 18 pentominoes.