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Tetris
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Developer(s) Electronic Arts
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Distributor(s) Apple
Series Tetris
Version 1.1.98
Platform(s) iPhone OS
Release date(s) July 9, 2008
Genre(s) Puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s) Apple: 4+
Media Download
Input methods Multi-touch

Tetris is a puzzle video game developed by the EA Montreal development studio and published by Electronic Arts for the iPhone OS. It was released on July 9, 2008. The game features gameplay like other Tetris titles, but with a new soundtrack. The game also allows players to create their own custom soundtrack by choosing songs from the music library of the iPhone or iPod Touch device being used.

Gameplay

Gameplay is nearly identical in gameplay to other Tetris titles, but with a new soundtrack. Players also have the ability to create their own soundtrack for the game using the music library of the iPhone or iPod Touch device in which the game is being played on. The game offers two modes of play dubbed "Marathon" mode and "Magic" mode.[1] Marathon mode plays as a more classic version of Tetris, where a point system along with amount of lines cleared are kept as indicators of progress.[2] The level of speed is chosen prior to starting the mode of gameplay. Unlike the original version of Tetris, Marathon mode ends after clearing 150 lines.

Magic mode is an enhanced version of gameplay, where there are fifteen levels of difficulty.[3] Each level of difficulty is incremented by speed and amount of lines required to clear the level. Once the amount of lines required to clear the level are met, the next level is presented. Upon failure of a level, the game offers players to retry an unlimited amount of times. The game allows for pausing of gameplay, which is automatic when a player receives a phone call on an iPhone device. Another element of gameplay in Magic mode is the addition of helper objects that are retrieved throughout levels, which allow players to make minor edits to the puzzle.

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