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'''''NullpoMino''''' is a cross-platform, open-source Tetris clone written in Java providing three versions: One using [http://slick.cokeandcode.com/ Slick], another using [http://sdljava.sourceforge.net/ sdljava], the last using [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swing_(Java) Swing].
 
'''''NullpoMino''''' is a cross-platform, open-source Tetris clone written in Java providing three versions: One using [http://slick.cokeandcode.com/ Slick], another using [http://sdljava.sourceforge.net/ sdljava], the last using [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swing_(Java) Swing].
It simulates a great many games, including the [[TGM series]], and contains a utility for creating your own custom rotation systems as well.
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The game also simulates many games, as well as the [[TGM series]] and a few fan games, and also contains a utility for creating your own custom rotation systems.
  
NullpoMino is one of the few Tetris games, official or not, with a truly cross-platform online vs. mode, the others being [[Tetrinet | ''TetriNET'']], ''[[Blockbox]]'', ''[[Tetris Friends]]'', and ''MultriNet''. ''Blockles'' would have also been on this list, if not for its demise.
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NullpoMino is one of the few Tetris games, official or not, with a truly cross-platform online versus mode. The other games that do this are [[Tetrinet | ''TetriNET'']], ''[[Blockbox]]'', ''[[Tetris Friends]]'', ''Jstris'', ''Worldwide Combos'', and ''MultriNet''.  
  
 
== Game modes ==
 
== Game modes ==
  
 
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| valign="top" | All of the game modes with "Mania" in their names are based directly on TGM modes, except for the two added by Zircean: Retro Mania simulates [[Tetris (Sega)|''Tetris'' (Sega)]], while Phantom Mania takes the Death speed curve and makes it invisible.
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| valign="top" | All of the game modes with "Mania" in their names are based directly on TGM modes, except for the two added by Zircean: Retro Mania simulates [[Tetris (Sega)|Sega's arcade version of ''Tetris'' (1988)]], while Phantom Mania takes the Death speed curve and makes it invisible.
 
| valign="top" | [[Image:NullpoModeSelect.png‎|thumb|200px|Mode select screen]]
 
| valign="top" | [[Image:NullpoModeSelect.png‎|thumb|200px|Mode select screen]]
 
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== Mods ==
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Since the game is made with Java, some users modded the game to include custom modes to change up the gameplay experience and add functionality to it. Such examples of these modes are Oshisaure's Demon Mode and 0xFC963F18DC21's Accelerator mode.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
*''[[Heboris]]''
 
*''[[Heboris]]''
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
*[https://github.com/nullpomino/nullpomino ''NullpoMino'' on GitHub]
 
*[https://github.com/nullpomino/nullpomino ''NullpoMino'' on GitHub]
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*[https://drive.google.com/open?id=13hy-_e11bVU0703d8SNjRAsPSWKr7IK7 Oshisaure's NullpoMino mods]
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*[https://github.com/Shots243/ModePile/releases ModePile by 0xFC963F18DC21 (known as Shots243 on Github), a set of gameplay mods for the game]
  
 
[[Category:Fan games]]
 
[[Category:Fan games]]
 
[[Category:Java Games]]
 
[[Category:Java Games]]

Revision as of 01:47, 20 October 2019

NullpoMino
Developer(s)Anonymous, Zircean
Publisher(s)N/A
Platform(s)Java
ReleaseJuly 27, 2008
Latest release7.5.0 (21 January 2011)
Gameplay info
Next piecesVariable
Playfield sizeVariable
Hold pieceVariable
Hard dropVariable
Rotation systemAlmost anything you can come up with
NullpoMino.png
NullpoMino RetroMania.png

NullpoMino is a cross-platform, open-source Tetris clone written in Java providing three versions: One using Slick, another using sdljava, the last using Swing. The game also simulates many games, as well as the TGM series and a few fan games, and also contains a utility for creating your own custom rotation systems.

NullpoMino is one of the few Tetris games, official or not, with a truly cross-platform online versus mode. The other games that do this are TetriNET, Blockbox, Tetris Friends, Jstris, Worldwide Combos, and MultriNet.

Game modes

All of the game modes with "Mania" in their names are based directly on TGM modes, except for the two added by Zircean: Retro Mania simulates Sega's arcade version of Tetris (1988), while Phantom Mania takes the Death speed curve and makes it invisible.
Mode select screen

Mods

Since the game is made with Java, some users modded the game to include custom modes to change up the gameplay experience and add functionality to it. Such examples of these modes are Oshisaure's Demon Mode and 0xFC963F18DC21's Accelerator mode.

See also

External links