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Tetris DX

aka: Tetris Deluxe


Tetris DX requires you to place different shaped blocks which fall from the top of the screen, along the bottom of the screen to make up a line which then disappears from the screen. Watch out though, if you cant fill the gaps and the blocks fill up to the top of the screen the game is over.

Tetris DX features 4 one-player modes and two-player mode using the Universal Game Link Cable.


  • テトリスデラックス - Japanese spelling

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Credits (Game Boy Color version)

8 People (7 developers, 1 thanks)

Producer (uncredited)
Director / Designer (uncredited)
Original Tetris Concept, Design and Program by
  • Tetris ©1987 Elorg.
  • Tetris © Licensed to The Tetris Company and Tetris DX © sublicensed to Nintendo.
  • Tetris DX ©1998 Elorg.
Special thanks to
  • Nintendo


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Identifiers +

  • MobyGames ID: 4377


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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by Macintrash.

Additional contributors: gamewarrior, Rik Hideto.

Last modified February 22nd, 2023.