Tetris (Sharp Wizard)

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Tetris (Electronic Organizer) boxart.jpg
Cover art
Developer(s) Bullet Proof Software
Publisher(s) Bullet Proof Software
Release date(s)
  • JP: December 1989
Platform(s) Sharp Wizard
Gameplay Info
Next pieces 1
Playfield dimensions 10 × 22
Hold piece No
Hard drop No
Rotation system
Tetris (Sharp Wizard) ingame.jpg

Tetris is a game for the Sharp Wizard or Electronic notebook[a] in Japan.


Unlike typical Tetris, when leveling up, instead of increasing the speed, the bottom row is removed reducing the playfield's height. This also causes any blocks in that row to be removed. The level increases every 20 lines cleared. The game ends when the player clears 200 lines, and the player is rewarded with a fireworks animation and a credit roll.

Two speeds are available, "Hi" and "Low".

Pieces enter with a random orientation, and can only be rotated counter-clockwise.


Points are awarded for line clears and soft dropping. 1 point is awarded for every two rows soft dropped.

Line Clear Points
Single 10
Double 30
Triple 100
Tetris 400


  1. Known in Japan as: Denshi techō kādo (電子手帳カード)