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{{Infobox
 
{{Infobox
 
| title = Puyo Puyo Tetris
 
| title = Puyo Puyo Tetris
| developer = [[Sonic Team]]
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| developer = Sonic Team<br/>Bitbaboon
| publisher = JP/NA: [[Sega]]<br/> EU: Deep Silver
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| publisher = {{release|JP/NA|[[Sega]]|EU|Deep Silver}}
| released = '''3DS''', '''Wii U''', '''PS Vita''', '''PlayStation 3'''<br /> JP: February 6, 2014<br />'''Xbox One'''<br/>JP: December 4, 2014<br/>'''PlayStation 4'''<br/>JP: December 4, 2014<br/>NA: April 25, 2017<br/>EU: April 28, 2017<br/>'''Nintendo Switch'''<br/>JP: March 3, 2017<br/>NA: April 25, 2017<br/>PAL: April 28, 2017<br/>'''Microsoft Windows'''<br/>WW: February 27, 2018
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| released = '''3DS''', '''Wii U''', '''PS Vita''', '''PlayStation 3'''{{release|JP|February 6, 2014}}'''Xbox One'''{{release|JP|December 4, 2014}}'''PlayStation 4'''{{release|JP|December 4, 2014|NA|April 25, 2017|EU|April 28, 2017}}'''Nintendo Switch'''{{release|JP|March 3, 2017|NA|April 25, 2017|PAL|April 28, 2017}}'''Microsoft Windows'''{{release|WW|February 27, 2018}}
 
| platform = Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows
 
| platform = Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows
 
| hold = yes
 
| hold = yes
 
| hard = yes
 
| hard = yes
 
| system = [[SRS]]
 
| system = [[SRS]]
| playfield = 10w x 20h
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| playfield = 10 &times; 20
 
| preview = 5
 
| preview = 5
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| boxart = Puyo_Puyo_Tetris_boxart.png
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| title-scrn = Puyo_Puyo_Tetris_title.jpg
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| ingame-scrn = Puyo_Puyo_Tetris_ingame.png
 
}}
 
}}
'''''Puyo Puyo Tetris''''' is a crossover of Tetris and [[Puyo Puyo]].
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'''''Puyo Puyo Tetris''''' is a crossover of ''Tetris'' and ''[[Puyo Puyo]]'' published by [[Sega]]. The game initially saw a release exclusively in Japan on various platforms in [[2014 in Tetris|2014]]. In [[2017 in Tetris|2017]] it was rereleased on the PS4 and Switch worldwide. In [[2018 in Tetris|2018]] it was released on Steam for Windows. It is also the first game in the ''Puyo Puyo'' series since Puyo Puyo Fever to be released in the Americas and Europe, as well as the second ''Tetris'' game to be released on Steam.
  
== External Links ==
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'''''Puyo Puyo Tetris S''''' is the title of the Japanese Nintendo Switch release.
 +
 
 +
== Modes ==
 +
 
 +
=== Adventure ===
 +
The story mode, named Adventure Mode, is a master storyline spanning 10 acts each with 10 stages. Each stage is either a battle with a CPU player or a single player challenge. The last 3 chapters, which were originally bought as DLC, can be played for additional alternative voice clips, backgrounds, and Puyo and Tetris skins.
 +
 
 +
=== Versus ===
 +
 
 +
Players can choose Puyo Puyo or Tetris before the start of a match.  If a Tetris player has at least one Puyo opponent, the Tetris players' attacks will be queued in the meter on the left of their field and only sent when a non-line clearing piece locks.
 +
 
 +
=== Swap ===
 +
There are two fields that swap every 20/25 (default)/30 seconds: Puyo and Tetris. At the start of each round, a spinner will appear to determine which style the players will play on first. When the timer at the top-center reaches 0, the boards are swapped over to the other playstyle before resetting. A piece will still fall when in the back, and if it manages to create a chain it will create a swap combo, which will stack on top of chains and line attacks, but if it does not, it simply disappears. If one of their fields is topped out and gets swapped with the other non-topped out field, the player must eliminate their opponent before the field swaps or they get eliminated.
 +
 
 +
=== Fusion ===
 +
Also known as PuyoTet Mix, this mode has both Puyo Puyo and Tetris are combined, with each character having their own unique dropset that mixes both Puyo pieces and tetrominoes. It has an 8 &times; 17 field unlike other modes. Puyo pieces and tetrominoes both count towards a chain via a combo system, with the left number representing the Puyo chain and the right number representing the line chain.
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 +
Tetris pieces will crush any Puyo pieces below them and "swap" them by dropping from the top. Hard dropping it will clear them immediately while manually dropping them will crush each of them one row at a time.
 +
 
 +
Garbage will drop in the third interval if no chains have been set off, and they disappear if crushed by a Tetris piece.
 +
 
 +
=== Big Bang ===
 +
In Big Bang, all players start in a Fever state (Puyo Puyo) or Lucky Attack (Tetris). Each player is given the task to clear as many preset boards as they can. Puyo Puyo's preset boards are similar to Fever, except organized in a way to make getting All Clears easier. Tetris' preset boards involve using a specific type of Tetromino in order to clear out the board in a specific way, with higher levels adding more types of Tetrominoes. After the round timer expires, both players stop playing Fever/Lucky Attack, but pausing until a player makes their last move. The players' attack power gets absorbed in a black hole, and then explodes with the titular Big Bang. The game then compares the points the players have made, and whoever has the strongest power will inflict damage onto the other players. Players who get damaged will have their field damaged as well, reducing their HP bar. When HP is 0, the player's field is destroyed, and they get eliminated from the match. The last one standing wins.
 +
 
 +
=== Party ===
 +
This is a time-limited mode where players compete for the highest score. The same rules to Versus apply, except there are items and when one player tops out an opponent, the player will gain 3,000 points, and their opponent's field resets. Item blocks are 2 x 2 in size for Tetris, and when cleared, a item is randomly chosen. The items' functions include turning the opponents' next pieces to pentominoes, reflecting garbage, and increasing the opponents' drop speed. At the end of a Party match, the player with the highest score wins.
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 +
==== Pentomino Rotations ====
 +
[[File:PPT Pentos vs SRS Tetros.png|thumb|400px|right|SRS base rotations (left) and the Pentomino pieces in ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' (right)]]
 +
 
 +
In this game, only 7 pentomino pieces are available. This is because each piece is based on a regular Tetromino, with one block attached to it, turning IJLSZTO into IFZNWTP respectively. When rotating, the piece rotates just like the original piece under regular SRS rules, but the extra block follows.
 +
 
 +
The new piece has the same wallkicks as the original one, but it takes the extra block in consideration when checking for collision. This means SRS spin setups can be arranged to accommodate for the new piece.
 +
{|
 +
|<playfield>
 +
    t   
 +
    tgg 
 +
  tttgg 
 +
ggggg gggg
 +
ggg  gggg
 +
ggggg gggg
 +
</playfield>
 +
Rotate CCW
 +
|<playfield>
 +
         
 +
    gg 
 +
      gg 
 +
gggggtgggg
 +
gggtttgggg
 +
gggggtgggg
 +
</playfield>
 +
T-Spin Triple still works
 +
|-
 +
|<playfield>
 +
    ss 
 +
  sssgg 
 +
gggg ggggg
 +
gggg  gggg
 +
ggggg gggg
 +
ggggg gggg
 +
</playfield>
 +
Rotate CCW
 +
|<playfield>
 +
         
 +
      gg 
 +
ggggsggggg
 +
ggggssgggg
 +
gggggsgggg
 +
gggggsgggg
 +
</playfield>
 +
S-Spin Triple becomes N-Spin Tetris
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
The O tetromino becoming a P pentomino gets one kick per rotation, as the extra block can end up colliding into other blocks or the playfield wall upon rotating. This kick is based off the [[SRS#How Guideline SRS Really Works|internal true rotation]] of the O piece in SRS.
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 +
{| border="1" cellspacing="0"  style="text-align:center"
 +
|+ '''P Pentomino Wallkick'''
 +
|-
 +
! colspan="3" bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Counter-Clockwise
 +
! colspan="3" bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Clockwise
 +
|-
 +
| bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Rotation
 +
| bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Base
 +
| bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Wallkick
 +
| bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Rotation
 +
| bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Base
 +
| bgcolor="#80A3F8" |Wallkick
 +
|-
 +
| <tt> 0 &rarr; L </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
  oo 
 +
  cox
 +
  o 
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
oo 
 +
ocox
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
| <tt> 0 &rarr; R </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
xoo 
 +
  co 
 +
  o 
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
x   
 +
oco 
 +
  oo 
 +
</playfield>
 +
|-
 +
| <tt> L &rarr; 2 </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  x 
 +
  oo 
 +
  oco
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  x 
 +
  o 
 +
  oc 
 +
  oo 
 +
</playfield>
 +
| <tt> R &rarr; 2 </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  x 
 +
oco 
 +
  oo 
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  ox 
 +
oc 
 +
oo 
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
|-
 +
| <tt> 2 &rarr; R </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  o 
 +
xoc 
 +
  oo 
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
xoco
 +
  oo
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
| <tt> 2 &rarr; L </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  o 
 +
  oc 
 +
  oox
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  oo 
 +
  oco
 +
    x
 +
     
 +
</playfield>
 +
|-
 +
| <tt> R &rarr; 0 </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
oco 
 +
  oo 
 +
  x 
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
  oo 
 +
  co 
 +
  o 
 +
  x 
 +
</playfield>
 +
| <tt> L &rarr; 0 </tt>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
  oo 
 +
  oco
 +
  x 
 +
</playfield>
 +
|<playfield>
 +
     
 +
  oo
 +
  co
 +
  xo 
 +
</playfield>
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
=== Single player Tetris modes ===
 +
There are three Tetris single player modes.
 +
*'''[[Marathon]]''': Get the highest score in 150 lines (or play endlessly when endless is on).
 +
*'''[[40 lines|Sprint]]''': Clear 40 lines in the fastest time.
 +
*'''[[Ultra]]''': Get the highest score within 3 minutes.
 +
 
 +
== Garbage mechanics ==
 +
In Versus and Party, the number of lines sent is based on whether a Tetris player is challenging a Tetris or Puyo player. In Tetris-only matches, the attack table is the same as in most guideline games, while in matches with Puyo and Tetris players, the same tables are used but with nerfs to adjust game balance, as well as the margin time system applying to Tetris attacks. 
 +
 
 +
<div class="spaced-10" style="display: flex; flex-wrap: wrap;">
 +
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:left; font-size:100%; font-weight:bold;"
 +
|+ style="font-size:90%;"                                        | Garbage per Line Clear (TvT/PvT)
 +
!                                                                | Line Clear
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                  | Sent
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | Single
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 0
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | Double
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 1
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | Triple
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 2
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | Tetris
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 4
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | T-Spin Single
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 2
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left; padding-right:5px;" | T-Spin Double
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 4/3
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | T-Spin Triple
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 6/4
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | Perfect Clear
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | 10/6
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left;"                    | Mini T-Spin
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | + 0
 +
|-
 +
| style="padding-left: 5px; text-align: left; padding-right:5px;" |
 +
B2B
 +
| style="padding-right:5px; text-align:right;"                    | + 1
 +
|}
 +
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center; font-size:100%; font-weight:bold"
 +
|+ Garbage per Combo (TvT/PvT)
 +
|-
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                          | Combo
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px; border-right-color:black;" | Sent
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                          | Combo
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                          | Sent
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>1
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 0
 +
|                                    | 11
 +
|                                    | + 5/3
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>2
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 1
 +
|                                    | 12
 +
|                                    | + 5/3
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>3
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 1
 +
|                                    | 13
 +
|                                    | + 5/3
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>4
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 2/1
 +
|                                    | 14
 +
|                                    | + 5/3
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>5
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 2/1
 +
|                                    | 15
 +
|                                    | + 5/4
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>6
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 3/1
 +
|                                    | 16
 +
|                                    | + 5/4
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>7
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 3/2
 +
|                                    | 17
 +
|                                    | + 5/4
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>8
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 4/2
 +
|                                    | 18
 +
|                                    | + 5/4
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>9
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 4/2
 +
|                                    | 19
 +
|                                    | + 5
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | 10
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | + 4/2
 +
|                                    | 20
 +
|                                    | + 5
 +
|}
 +
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center; font-size:100%; font-weight:bold"
 +
|+ Tetris Garbage to Puyo Trash conversion
 +
|-
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                          | Garbage
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px; border-right-color:black;" | Trash
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                          | Garbage
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px; border-right-color:black;" | Trash
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                          | Garbage
 +
! style="padding-left: 5px; padding-right:5px;"                          | Trash
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>1
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>4
 +
|                                    | 11
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 33
 +
|                                    | 21
 +
|                                    | 102
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>2
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>5
 +
|                                    | 12
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 38
 +
|                                    | 22
 +
|                                    | 113
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>3
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>6
 +
|                                    | 13
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 43
 +
|                                    | 23
 +
|                                    | 125
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>4
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>8
 +
|                                    | 14
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 49
 +
|                                    | 24
 +
|                                    | 138
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>5
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 10
 +
|                                    | 15
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 55
 +
|                                    | 25
 +
|                                    | 152
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>6
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 13
 +
|                                    | 16
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 61
 +
|                                    | 26
 +
|                                    | 167
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>7
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 16
 +
|                                    | 17
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 68
 +
|                                    | 27
 +
|                                    | 183
 +
|-
 +
|                                    | <span style="visibility: hidden">1</span>8
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 20
 +
|                                    | 18
 +
| style="border-right-color: black;" | 75
 +
|                                    | 28
 +
|                                    | 200
 +
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== Names in other languages ==
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{{foreign names
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|Jap=ぷよぷよテトリス
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|JapR=Puyopuyo Tetorisu
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|JapM=Puyo Puyo Tetris
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}}
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* '''Switch release'''
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{{foreign names
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|Jap=ぷよぷよテトリスS
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|JapR=Puyopuyo Tetorisu Esu
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|JapM=Puyo Puyo TetrisS
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}}
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== External links ==
  
 
* [http://puyo.sega.com/tetris/ Official website]
 
* [http://puyo.sega.com/tetris/ Official website]
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ4ia1-1CPs ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' - Official Nintendo Switch Trailer]
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ4ia1-1CPs ''Puyo Puyo Tetris'' - Official Nintendo Switch Trailer]
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* [https://puyonexus.com/wiki/Puyo_Puyo_Tetris Page on Puyo Nexus]
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[[Category:Nintendo Switch games]]
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[[Category:PlayStation Vita games]]
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Latest revision as of 16:14, 27 August 2020

Puyo Puyo Tetris
Puyo Puyo Tetris boxart.png
Developer(s) Sonic Team
Bitbaboon
Publisher(s)
  • JP/NA: Sega
  • EU: Deep Silver
Release date(s) 3DS, Wii U, PS Vita, PlayStation 3
  • JP: February 6, 2014
Xbox One
  • JP: December 4, 2014
PlayStation 4
  • JP: December 4, 2014
  • NA: April 25, 2017
  • EU: April 28, 2017
Nintendo Switch
  • JP: March 3, 2017
  • NA: April 25, 2017
  • PAL: April 28, 2017
Microsoft Windows
  • WW: February 27, 2018
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows
Gameplay Info
Next pieces 5
Playfield dimensions 10 × 20
Hold piece yes
Hard drop yes
Rotation system SRS
Puyo Puyo Tetris title.jpg Puyo Puyo Tetris ingame.png

Puyo Puyo Tetris is a crossover of Tetris and Puyo Puyo published by Sega. The game initially saw a release exclusively in Japan on various platforms in 2014. In 2017 it was rereleased on the PS4 and Switch worldwide. In 2018 it was released on Steam for Windows. It is also the first game in the Puyo Puyo series since Puyo Puyo Fever to be released in the Americas and Europe, as well as the second Tetris game to be released on Steam.

Puyo Puyo Tetris S is the title of the Japanese Nintendo Switch release.

Modes

Adventure

The story mode, named Adventure Mode, is a master storyline spanning 10 acts each with 10 stages. Each stage is either a battle with a CPU player or a single player challenge. The last 3 chapters, which were originally bought as DLC, can be played for additional alternative voice clips, backgrounds, and Puyo and Tetris skins.

Versus

Players can choose Puyo Puyo or Tetris before the start of a match. If a Tetris player has at least one Puyo opponent, the Tetris players' attacks will be queued in the meter on the left of their field and only sent when a non-line clearing piece locks.

Swap

There are two fields that swap every 20/25 (default)/30 seconds: Puyo and Tetris. At the start of each round, a spinner will appear to determine which style the players will play on first. When the timer at the top-center reaches 0, the boards are swapped over to the other playstyle before resetting. A piece will still fall when in the back, and if it manages to create a chain it will create a swap combo, which will stack on top of chains and line attacks, but if it does not, it simply disappears. If one of their fields is topped out and gets swapped with the other non-topped out field, the player must eliminate their opponent before the field swaps or they get eliminated.

Fusion

Also known as PuyoTet Mix, this mode has both Puyo Puyo and Tetris are combined, with each character having their own unique dropset that mixes both Puyo pieces and tetrominoes. It has an 8 × 17 field unlike other modes. Puyo pieces and tetrominoes both count towards a chain via a combo system, with the left number representing the Puyo chain and the right number representing the line chain.

Tetris pieces will crush any Puyo pieces below them and "swap" them by dropping from the top. Hard dropping it will clear them immediately while manually dropping them will crush each of them one row at a time.

Garbage will drop in the third interval if no chains have been set off, and they disappear if crushed by a Tetris piece.

Big Bang

In Big Bang, all players start in a Fever state (Puyo Puyo) or Lucky Attack (Tetris). Each player is given the task to clear as many preset boards as they can. Puyo Puyo's preset boards are similar to Fever, except organized in a way to make getting All Clears easier. Tetris' preset boards involve using a specific type of Tetromino in order to clear out the board in a specific way, with higher levels adding more types of Tetrominoes. After the round timer expires, both players stop playing Fever/Lucky Attack, but pausing until a player makes their last move. The players' attack power gets absorbed in a black hole, and then explodes with the titular Big Bang. The game then compares the points the players have made, and whoever has the strongest power will inflict damage onto the other players. Players who get damaged will have their field damaged as well, reducing their HP bar. When HP is 0, the player's field is destroyed, and they get eliminated from the match. The last one standing wins.

Party

This is a time-limited mode where players compete for the highest score. The same rules to Versus apply, except there are items and when one player tops out an opponent, the player will gain 3,000 points, and their opponent's field resets. Item blocks are 2 x 2 in size for Tetris, and when cleared, a item is randomly chosen. The items' functions include turning the opponents' next pieces to pentominoes, reflecting garbage, and increasing the opponents' drop speed. At the end of a Party match, the player with the highest score wins.

Pentomino Rotations

SRS base rotations (left) and the Pentomino pieces in Puyo Puyo Tetris (right)

In this game, only 7 pentomino pieces are available. This is because each piece is based on a regular Tetromino, with one block attached to it, turning IJLSZTO into IFZNWTP respectively. When rotating, the piece rotates just like the original piece under regular SRS rules, but the extra block follows.

The new piece has the same wallkicks as the original one, but it takes the extra block in consideration when checking for collision. This means SRS spin setups can be arranged to accommodate for the new piece.

    T
    TGG
   TTTGG
GGGGG GGGG
GGG   GGGG
GGGGG GGGG

Rotate CCW

     GG
      GG
GGGGGTGGGG
GGGTTTGGGG
GGGGGTGGGG

T-Spin Triple still works

     SS
   SSSGG
GGGG GGGGG
GGGG  GGGG
GGGGG GGGG
GGGGG GGGG

Rotate CCW

      GG
GGGGSGGGGG
GGGGSSGGGG
GGGGGSGGGG
GGGGGSGGGG

S-Spin Triple becomes N-Spin Tetris

The O tetromino becoming a P pentomino gets one kick per rotation, as the extra block can end up colliding into other blocks or the playfield wall upon rotating. This kick is based off the internal true rotation of the O piece in SRS.

P Pentomino Wallkick
Counter-Clockwise Clockwise
Rotation Base Wallkick Rotation Base Wallkick
0 → L
  OO
  COX
  O
 OO
 OCOX
0 → R
 XOO
  CO
  O
 X
 OCO
  OO
L → 2
   X
  OO
  OCO
   X
   O
  OC
  OO
R → 2
   X
 OCO
  OO
  OX
 OC
 OO
2 → R
   O
 XOC
  OO
 XOCO
   OO
2 → L
   O
  OC
  OOX
  OO
  OCO
    X
R → 0
 OCO
  OO
  X
  OO
  CO
  O
  X
L → 0
  OO
  OCO
  X
   OO
   CO
  XO

Single player Tetris modes

There are three Tetris single player modes.

  • Marathon: Get the highest score in 150 lines (or play endlessly when endless is on).
  • Sprint: Clear 40 lines in the fastest time.
  • Ultra: Get the highest score within 3 minutes.

Garbage mechanics

In Versus and Party, the number of lines sent is based on whether a Tetris player is challenging a Tetris or Puyo player. In Tetris-only matches, the attack table is the same as in most guideline games, while in matches with Puyo and Tetris players, the same tables are used but with nerfs to adjust game balance, as well as the margin time system applying to Tetris attacks.

Garbage per Line Clear (TvT/PvT)
Line Clear Sent
Single 0
Double 1
Triple 2
Tetris 4
T-Spin Single 2
T-Spin Double 4/3
T-Spin Triple 6/4
Perfect Clear 10/6
Mini T-Spin + 0

B2B

+ 1
Garbage per Combo (TvT/PvT)
Combo Sent Combo Sent
11 + 0 11 + 5/3
12 + 1 12 + 5/3
13 + 1 13 + 5/3
14 + 2/1 14 + 5/3
15 + 2/1 15 + 5/4
16 + 3/1 16 + 5/4
17 + 3/2 17 + 5/4
18 + 4/2 18 + 5/4
19 + 4/2 19 + 5
10 + 4/2 20 + 5
Tetris Garbage to Puyo Trash conversion
Garbage Trash Garbage Trash Garbage Trash
11 14 11 33 21 102
12 15 12 38 22 113
13 16 13 43 23 125
14 18 14 49 24 138
15 10 15 55 25 152
16 13 16 61 26 167
17 16 17 68 27 183
18 20 18 75 28 200
19 24 19 83 29 218
10 28 20 92 30 237

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぷよぷよテトリス
Puyopuyo Tetorisu
Puyo Puyo Tetris
  • Switch release
Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぷよぷよテトリスS
Puyopuyo Tetorisu Esu
Puyo Puyo TetrisS

External links