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Techmino icon.png
Developer(s)26F Studio
Platform(s)Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS
Latest releasea0.12.3 / November 27, 2020
Gameplay info
Next pieces0-6
Playfield size10 × 20
Hold pieceYes (up to 6)
Hard dropYes
Rotation systemSRS
Techmino Rotation System (custom)
Techmino title.png
Techmino ingame.png

Techmino is a multi-platform, open-source fan game developed by 26F Studio. It is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS devices.


Techmino features standard Tetris Guideline rules of gameplay; most of the mechanics can also be modified in-game. Pieces can be controlled using either a keyboard or touchscreen buttons.



  • Sprint — Time attack mode. Goal amount sub-modes range from 10 Lines to 1,000 Lines. Hidden modes for pentominoes, no rotation / movement, and MPH (memoryless, previewless; hold-less) are also available.
  • Marathon — Standard fixed-goal mode. Three variants are available: Normal (standard speed curve), Hard (faster speed curve), and Extreme; the latter requires the player to only make non-combo single line clears. All variants have a 200-line goal.
  • Ultra — 2-minute score attack mode.
  • Master20G mode, with 5 levels of difficulty.
  • Zen — Marathon mode with low constant gravity.
  • Drought — 100-Line Sprint mode with a special randomizer that lessens or removes I pieces.
  • Dig — Clear the required amount of garbage lines in the fastest time possible. 10-Line and 40-Line sub-modes are available.
  • Infinite — Endless mode. Marathon or Dig can be selected.
  • Tech — Various sub-modes emphasizing on T-Spins and Perfect clears.
  • Survival — Clear as many garbage lines as possible before topping out.
  • Blind — Invisible mode, with six levels of difficulty.
  • Classic — Replicates the mechanics of Tetris (NES, Nintendo) on Level 18 start.
  • CPU Battle — Defeat the AI opponent in the fastest time possible. 2-player, 49-player, and 99-player modes are available, each with selectable levels of difficulty.

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