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== External links ==
 
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*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_World_Championships#1990 Nintendo World Championships] (Wikipedia)
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*[https://www.mariowiki.com/Nintendo_World_Championships_1990 Nintendo World Championships 1990] (MarioWiki)
  
 
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Revision as of 09:34, 21 July 2019

Tetris
Developer(s)Nintendo R&D1
Publisher(s)Nintendo
Platform(s)NES
Release
  • US: October 10, 1990
Gameplay info
Next pieces1
Playfield size10 × 20
Hold pieceNo
Hard dropNo
Rotation systemNintendo Rotation System right-handed version

Nintendo World Championships 1990 is the cartridge used in the 1990 edition of the Nintendo World Championships. The game requires players to play Super Mario Bros., Rad Racer, and Tetris.

Competition rules

The aim of the competition is to achieve the highest competition score within the time limit (6 minutes 21 seconds on default settings). The players have the following goals for each game:

  • Super Mario Bros.: Gain 50 coins as fast as possible.
  • Rad Racer: Complete the track as fast as possible.
  • Tetris: Score as high as possible before time expires.

The competition score is computed by adding the score from Super Mario Bros., the score from Rad Racer multiplied by 10, and the score from Tetris multiplied by 25. Due to the high score multiplier for Tetris, the highest scores are achieved by clearing the first two objectives as fast as possible then scoring high in Tetris.

Tetris gameplay differences

  • The player must start at Level 0.
  • The piece sequence is fixed based on the score in the Super Mario Bros. section.
  • Levels increase every 5 lines instead of every 10.
  • The game cannot be restarted if the player tops out.

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