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Tetris Advance, Tetris: New Century (in Tetris Collection), and several console versions (GC, Xbox) of Tetris Worlds allows disabling of Infinity. I'm not sure what happens in Tetris Advance, but turning it off in T:NC will result in step reset behavior. [[User:133.27.17.52|133.27.17.52]] 04:05, 28 November 2006 (EST)
 
Tetris Advance, Tetris: New Century (in Tetris Collection), and several console versions (GC, Xbox) of Tetris Worlds allows disabling of Infinity. I'm not sure what happens in Tetris Advance, but turning it off in T:NC will result in step reset behavior. [[User:133.27.17.52|133.27.17.52]] 04:05, 28 November 2006 (EST)
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:Worlds calls it "easy spin," so I'm not sure where everyone's getting "infinity." Advance is a bad example for guideline. NC calls it infinity? [[User:68.222.41.105|68.222.41.105]] 11:01, 28 November 2006 (EST)

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Where does TTC use the term infinity? What games can you turn it back to step reset? Are we talking about fan games? Specifics... 68.222.41.105 00:20, 28 November 2006 (EST)

Henk Rogers uses it in an interview somewhere, in such a way that described it as official terminology and not just something he felt like calling it at the time. I'm not sure about the rest though. Infinity first appeared in Tetris Worlds and I can't recall a game offhand that let you turn it off.-Colour Thief 01:21, 28 November 2006 (EST)

Tetris Advance, Tetris: New Century (in Tetris Collection), and several console versions (GC, Xbox) of Tetris Worlds allows disabling of Infinity. I'm not sure what happens in Tetris Advance, but turning it off in T:NC will result in step reset behavior. 133.27.17.52 04:05, 28 November 2006 (EST)

Worlds calls it "easy spin," so I'm not sure where everyone's getting "infinity." Advance is a bad example for guideline. NC calls it infinity? 68.222.41.105 11:01, 28 November 2006 (EST)