SITris (DOS)

SITris DOS The game's title screen and main menu where the game is configured


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SITris is a single-player, shareware, falling block game. This game is essentially a Tetris clone with virtually identical gameplay and some additional features. In this game the player can;
  • redefine the action keys;
  • choose whether the next piece is displayed;
  • choose between regular, small, large, wide or skinny blocks;
  • start at any of the ten levels of difficulty;
  • select from five different heights at which the blocks are released;
  • use three different block sets or a use a combination of all of them;
  • enable the SITris amoeba, an invisible creature that eats random blocks creating holes;
  • enable a block creation function that causes blocks to spontaneously appear.
The game has a single high score table that serves all modes of play and is entirely keyboard controlled.


SITris DOS This game uses the wide block setting and a different tile set
SITris DOS This game uses large blocks, the 'Insane!' block set, and starting level three.
Note the different tile set in the lower right window
SITris DOS The start of a game using the default settings
SITris DOS The high score table

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piltdown_man (115971) added SITris (DOS) on Jul 17, 2014