Tetriz (Amiga)

Tetriz Amiga Playing Tetriz


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Tetriz is a Tetris clone, written in Oberon language with the aims of being small (6 kB) and running in a window. The game is controlled via the numerical keypad and comes in three variations: Tetriz, MegaTetriz and MiniTetriz. The plain version has the same width as most Tetris variants, whereas MegaTetriz runs in a roughly 2½ times wider window. MiniTetriz is only four blocks wide, giving a new dimension to gameplay.

Tetriz was later adapted to run in a text window, under the title of Contris, which also saw use as a BBS door.


Tetriz Amiga A fine trench has been built
Tetriz Amiga MegaTetriz
Tetriz Amiga MiniTetriz
Tetriz Amiga Getting difficult

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Tetriz was written between 22:00 on 30 December to 05:00 on 31 December 1989. It was distributed on AMOK's (Amiga Modula2 & Oberon Klub) PD disks and comes with source code in Oberon language.
Игги Друге (46434) added Tetriz (Amiga) on Mar 06, 2014