Tetris Dimensions

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Tetris Dimensions
Tetris Dimensions cabinet.jpg
Tetris Dimensions cabinet. Image from arcadeheroes.com
Developer(s) Play Mechanix
Publisher(s) ICE Games
Release date(s) Unreleased
Platform(s) Arcade
Gameplay Info
Next pieces 1
Playfield dimensions 10 × 20
Hold piece No
Hard drop Yes
Rotation system SRS

Tetris Dimensions is an upcoming ticket redemption arcade game developed by Play Mechanix and published by ICE Games.

Gameplay

The gameplay of Tetris Dimensions has similar rules to Tetris Gems. Players start with a 1 minute timer, and 5 rows of garbage. Some of the garbage lines containing a time bonus gem. Unlike Tetris Gems, this is the only gem available.

The game lacks hold, and does not not use Random Generator.

Every pieces, a flashing piece will appear. When these pieces lock they turn the nearby stack and themselves into cascading blocks.

Placing a piece in and above the 17th row will cause the top 6 rows to be erased, making it impossible to top out. This also limits a player's stack height and potential cascade.

Development

In February 2019, it was revealed by a tweet from @tgm_series that a Tetris arcade license was acquired but unknown by who.[1] In August, a test machine was seen at a Dave & Buster's in Buffalo NY with an ICE Games employee present. Soon after the game was playable by the public. The attract mode screen suggests the game plays similarly to Tetris Gems.

In December 2019 Arcade Heroes reported that the game had failed location testing.[2]

References

  1. @tgm_series "ja:現在、アーケード版のライセンスを他社様が取得されたという情報を聞き、確認を行っております。このライセンスはエクスクルーシブではないと聞いておりますが、展開に影響が出る可能性があるので、新たな情報は今しばらくお待ち下さい。" [Currently, we are listening to and confirming that other companies have acquired the arcade license. We have heard that this license is not exclusive, but please wait for more information as it may affect deployment.] (in Japanese). 2019-02-14. Archived from the original on 2020-02-02. Retrieved 2020-02-02.
  2. "The 10 Most Read Arcade Stories of 2019 Are...". Arcade Heroes. 2019-12-30. Retrieved 2020-03-21.

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