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'''Tetris''' for Electronica 60, the original creation which [[Alexey Pajitnov]] programmed in Pascal on an Electronica 60 computer, features black and white graphics, with a pair of brackets representing each block in a [[tetromino]]. A player controls input through the number pad and carets/vertical lines outlining the [[playfield]].
 
'''Tetris''' for Electronica 60, the original creation which [[Alexey Pajitnov]] programmed in Pascal on an Electronica 60 computer, features black and white graphics, with a pair of brackets representing each block in a [[tetromino]]. A player controls input through the number pad and carets/vertical lines outlining the [[playfield]].

Revision as of 12:29, 9 June 2009

Tetris
Original Tetris.png
Developer(s)N/A
Publisher(s)N/A
Platform(s)Electronica 60
Release1985
Original Tetris Title.png
Original Tetris Gameplay.png

Tetris for Electronica 60, the original creation which Alexey Pajitnov programmed in Pascal on an Electronica 60 computer, features black and white graphics, with a pair of brackets representing each block in a tetromino. A player controls input through the number pad and carets/vertical lines outlining the playfield.

See also