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'''''Tetris Kiwamemichi''''' (''テトリス極道'') is a Tetris game for the Sega Naomi arcade platform and PS2. It includes a four player co-op and versus mode.  
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'''''Tetris Kiwamemichi''''' (テトリス極道) is a Tetris game for the Sega Naomi arcade platform and PS2. It includes a four player co-op and versus mode.  
  
 
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Tetris Kiwamemichi
Tetris Kiwamemichi boxart.jpg
Tetris Kiwamemichi PS2 box art
Developer(s)Success
Publisher(s)Success
Platform(s)PlayStation 2, Arcade
ReleaseDecember 18, 2003
Gameplay info
Next piecesSix (PS2, single-player)
3 (Arcade)
Playfield size10 × 20
Hold pieceYes
Hard dropYes
Rotation systemSRS
Tetris Kiwamemichi title.png
Tetris Kiwamemichi ingame.png

Tetris Kiwamemichi (テトリス極道) is a Tetris game for the Sega Naomi arcade platform and PS2. It includes a four player co-op and versus mode.

Gameplay

Like the Game Boy Tetris versions, this game features a post entry delay, that lets you move and rotate a piece before it starts to drop. This significantly decreases the difficulty of 20G play.

Modes

Tetris

Chain Color

Target

Level Star

Line Break

External Links