Difference between revisions of "Tetris Splash"

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|developer = [[Tetris Online, Inc.]]
|developer = [[Tetris Online, Inc.]]
|publisher =  Microsoft Game Studios
|publisher =  Microsoft Game Studios
|released = 3, Oct 2007 (USA)
|released = {{release|US|October 3, 2007}}
|platform = Xbox 360
|platform = Xbox 360
|preview = 6
|preview = 6
|playfield = 10x20
|playfield = 10 × 20
|hold = Yes
|hold = Yes
|hard = Yes
|hard = Yes
|system = SRS
|system = [[SRS]]
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|boxart = Tetris_Splash_boxart.png
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'''''Tetris Splash''''' was released to the Xbox LIVE Arcade as a paid download. It supports up to 6 players over the Xbox LIVE system or 4 players on a single Xbox 360.
'''''Tetris Splash''''' was released to the Xbox LIVE Arcade as a paid download. It supports up to 6 players over the Xbox LIVE system or 4 players on a single Xbox 360.

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Tetris Splash
Tetris Splash boxart.png
Developer(s)Tetris Online, Inc.
Publisher(s)Microsoft Game Studios
Platform(s)Xbox 360
Release
  • US: October 3, 2007
Gameplay info
Next pieces6
Playfield size10 × 20
Hold pieceYes
Hard dropYes
Rotation systemSRS

Tetris Splash was released to the Xbox LIVE Arcade as a paid download. It supports up to 6 players over the Xbox LIVE system or 4 players on a single Xbox 360.

Tetris Splash broke the trend of slow DAS guideline games by setting approximately 10 DAS at 1/2G, and a line clear of approximately 12 frames. While not so fast by speed runners' standards, this move significantly changed the gameplay, allowing for much faster multiplayer. The game recognizes T-Spin: 3-corner no kick and the same combo system as TOJ[1]

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