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== Gameplay ==
 
== Gameplay ==
''Tetris Royale'''s main gamemode called Royale Tournament has up to 100 players simultaneously competing for the #1 spot. There are no versus mechanics, each player simultaneously plays endless marathon, and the last one standing is the winner. Once a player wins, the board clears and they can keep playing to increase their score for the daily score tournaments.
 
  
Also included is a solo [[marathon]] practice mode.
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=== Royale ===
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''Tetris Royale''’s main gamemode called Royale has up to 100 players simultaneously competing for the #1 spot. There are no versus mechanics, each player simultaneously plays endless marathon, and the last one standing is the winner. Once a player wins, the board clears and they can keep playing to increase their score for the daily score tournaments.
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The level increases every 30 seconds until it reaches level 15.
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=== Primetime ===
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Primetime is a nightly tournament. At 7:30 PM every night, players have 5 minutes to join the ingame lobby.
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* The game is comprised are short rounds.
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* If the player pass the score goal before the round ends they enter Frenzy Time, a 2x score multiplier that lasts until the end of the round.
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* If the player misses the score goal, garbage lines are added to the player's stack as indicated.
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* If the player pass all the rounds, the player becomes a winner.
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* All winners are ranked by their final score.
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=== Solo Marathon ===
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An endless [[marathon]] mode played outside of the Royale Tournament. Levels increase every 20 [[line clear]]s up to level 15.
  
 
== Development ==
 
== Development ==

Revision as of 04:00, 22 January 2020

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Tetris® Royale
Tetris Royale logo.png
Logo for Tetris Royale
Publisher(s)N3TWORK
Platform(s)iOS, Android
ReleaseBeta
March 25, 2019
Latest release0.10.2 / January 17, 2020
Gameplay info
Next pieces3
Playfield size10 × 20
Hold pieceYes
Hard dropYes
Rotation systemSRS
Tetris Royale title.png
Tetris Royale ingame.png

Tetris Royale is an upcoming battle royale game to be published by N3TWORK for mobile phones globally excluding China.

Gameplay

Royale

Tetris Royale’s main gamemode called Royale has up to 100 players simultaneously competing for the #1 spot. There are no versus mechanics, each player simultaneously plays endless marathon, and the last one standing is the winner. Once a player wins, the board clears and they can keep playing to increase their score for the daily score tournaments.

The level increases every 30 seconds until it reaches level 15.

Primetime

Primetime is a nightly tournament. At 7:30 PM every night, players have 5 minutes to join the ingame lobby.

  • The game is comprised are short rounds.
  • If the player pass the score goal before the round ends they enter Frenzy Time, a 2x score multiplier that lasts until the end of the round.
  • If the player misses the score goal, garbage lines are added to the player's stack as indicated.
  • If the player pass all the rounds, the player becomes a winner.
  • All winners are ranked by their final score.

Solo Marathon

An endless marathon mode played outside of the Royale Tournament. Levels increase every 20 line clears up to level 15.

Development

The game soft launched in in New Zealand on Google Play and Apple App Store on March 25, 2019. It appeared with the old Roger Dean logo for its branding. On June 28, 2019, an official announcement was made with that the game was in development, with promotions using the new official Tetris logo.[1] It is the second Tetris battle royale game after Tetris 99, however the CEO of N3TWORK claims that Tetris 99 was released before they could announce Tetris Royale.[2]

Themes

Five themes are available to choose from. Some themes feature unique music, changing backgrounds, sound effects, and animations.

Neon Future
Toytris
Shooting Stars
8-Bits
Monstris
Auckland Proud
Cook’s Ascent

References

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