Super Tetris

Available Platform: Amiga

Super Tetris is a puzzle game developed by Sphere and published by MicroProse in 1992 for the Amiga.


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OS supportedWin7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+
Updated24 October 2019

Game Review

Super Tetris is a puzzle game developed by Sphere and published by MicroProse in 1992 for the Amiga. It was later released for MS-DOS and Mac OS.

The company founded by Sid Meier wanted to make its version of the game designed in 1984 by Aleksei Pázhitnov in the Soviet Union. Among all the variants of the original Tetris, this is the seventeenth.

Super Tetris contains its own characteristics that differentiate it from the rest.

First of all, several types of resources were added to the players. An example of this is lightning bolts, which can be used to remove a whole row. Then, bombs were added. They appear in some blocks, and when placed in a line that is filled, they explode and break several blocks. A kind of Candy Crush! This installment also has essential additions to the multiplayer mode: now users can play for the first time in cooperative mode, in addition to the competitive one.

The game also had changes in the graphic part. Even though it retained the vivid colors that featured in previous games, now predominates a warmer palette with a few exceptions with pastel colors. The player is also accompanied by a background where different images of the Moscow circus appear. Without forgetting a piece of thematic music for the occasion, with happy and festive tunes.

Super Tetris is the perfect combination between the classic game and its interpretation of a company with the weight of MicroProse. If you want to see how this mix shines, with just a few clicks, you have the opportunity to play it.

Review by: Gustavo
Published: 6 May 2020 9:21 pm


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Amiga version 1.0 - Language: English - Size: 8.09 Mb

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