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'''''Tetris Beat''''' is an upcoming Tetris game for Apple Arcade that uses music rhythm as a game mechanic.<ref>{{cite web
'''''Tetris Beat''''' is a mobile Tetris game for Apple Arcade that uses music and rhythm as a game mechanic.<ref>{{cite web
|url=https://9to5mac.com/2021/07/20/tetris-beat-coming-soon-apple-arcade-exclusive/
|url=https://9to5mac.com/2021/07/20/tetris-beat-coming-soon-apple-arcade-exclusive/
|title=Tetris Beat coming soon as an Apple Arcade exclusive with rhythmic versus play and more
|title=Tetris Beat coming soon as an Apple Arcade exclusive with rhythmic versus play and more
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=== Modes ===
=== Modes ===
Each mode has 3 difficulty levels. Players compete on a per song leaderboard.
Each mode has 3 difficulty levels. Players compete on a per-song leaderboard.


* '''DROP''': The player rotates and drops pieces in sync with the beat of the music.
* '''DROP''': The player rotates and drops pieces in sync with the beat of the music.
* '''TAP''': The game shows various placement options to the player, and the player must tap one to place the piece and do it in rhythm with the beat.
* '''TAP''': The game shows various placement options to the player, and the player must tap one to place the piece and do it in rhythm with the beat. If a placed piece is tapped off-beat, penalty blocks are added to the stack and are worth less points.
* [[Marathon|'''MARATHON''']]: Regular Tetris with ''Tetris Beat'''s soundtrack.
* [[Marathon|'''MARATHON''']]: Standard endless fixed-goal mode. Gravity maxes out at Level 15. Players can choose to start on Level 1 (Easy), Level 5 (Medium), or Level 10 (Hard).


The Apple TV version of the game also features a split screen versus mode.
The Apple TV version of the game also features a split screen versus mode.
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=== Soundtrack ===
=== Soundtrack ===


At launch the game will feature 18 songs, and promises new songs every month.
At launch, the game will feature 18 songs from various artists, and promises new songs every month.


== References ==
== References ==

Revision as of 11:51, 21 August 2021

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Tetris Beat
Tetris Beat icon.png
Tetris Beat icon
Developer(s)N3TWORK, Amber
Publisher(s)N3TWORK
Platform(s)iOS, macOS
Release
  • WW: August 20, 2021
Gameplay info
Next pieces3
Playfield size10 × 20
Hold pieceYes
Hard dropYes
Rotation systemSRS
Tetris Beat title (iPad).jpg
Tetris Beat ingame (iPad).jpg

Tetris Beat is a mobile Tetris game for Apple Arcade that uses music and rhythm as a game mechanic.[1] The game supports game controllers, and is available on Apple devices with Apple Arcade.

Gameplay

Modes

Each mode has 3 difficulty levels. Players compete on a per-song leaderboard.

  • DROP: The player rotates and drops pieces in sync with the beat of the music.
  • TAP: The game shows various placement options to the player, and the player must tap one to place the piece and do it in rhythm with the beat. If a placed piece is tapped off-beat, penalty blocks are added to the stack and are worth less points.
  • MARATHON: Standard endless fixed-goal mode. Gravity maxes out at Level 15. Players can choose to start on Level 1 (Easy), Level 5 (Medium), or Level 10 (Hard).

The Apple TV version of the game also features a split screen versus mode.

Soundtrack

At launch, the game will feature 18 songs from various artists, and promises new songs every month.

References

  1. "Tetris Beat coming soon as an Apple Arcade exclusive with rhythmic versus play and more". 9to5Mac. 2021-07-20. Archived from the original on 2021-07-20. Retrieved 2021-07-20.

External links