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{{Infobox |title = Tetris Worlds
{{Infobox |title = Tetris Worlds
|developer = Blue Planet Software  
|developer = Blue Planet Software  
|publisher = TGQ
|publisher = THQ
|released = 24 Sep 2001 (US)
|released = 24 Sep 2001 (US)
|platform = Game Boy Advance, GameCube, PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox
|platform = Game Boy Advance, GameCube, PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox
|preview = 3 (GBA); 5 (other)
|hard = Hard drop (with instant lock)
|SRS = full SRS
}}
}}
'''''Tetris Worlds''''' was one of the first games to follow the [[Tetris Guideline]].
'''''Tetris Worlds''''' was one of the first games to follow the [[Tetris Guideline]].

Revision as of 23:03, 17 May 2006

Tetris Worlds
Developer(s)Blue Planet Software
Publisher(s)THQ
Platform(s)Game Boy Advance, GameCube, PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox
Release24 Sep 2001 (US)
Gameplay info
Next pieces3 (GBA); 5 (other)
Hard dropHard drop (with instant lock)

Tetris Worlds was one of the first games to follow the Tetris Guideline.

Tetris mode

Hotline mode

Sticky mode

Much the same as The Next Tetris.

Fusion mode

Cascade mode

Nearly identical to the fangame Quadra.

Square mode

Much the same as The New Tetris, except Tetris Worlds has a longer lock delay, no lock delay on hard drop instead of firm drop, full SRS, and (on platforms other than GBA) five next pieces.

  • single: +1 point
  • double: +3 points (2 for lines, 1 for bonus)
  • triple: +5 points (3 for lines, 2 for bonus)
  • tetris: +8 points (4 for lines, 4 for bonus)
  • t-spin 0 lines: +1 point
  • t-spin single: +4 points (1 for line, 3 for bonus)
  • t-spin double: +9 points (2 for lines, 7 for bonus)