This is Tetren, a Tetris-clone, Written in AMOS by Andy Whiteley in 1992

This Game is very well designed, and actually very nice to play, along with the normal Tetris rules, and peices (no obscure peices here I promise, just the standard Tetris peices), as well as some smashing background music, both on the Title Screen and In-Game, make this certainly one of the best PD Tetris-clones I have ever seen

You can also play with 2 Players on this version, on 1 Player mode, the 2nd Player Column turns into a Statistics” column, showing you a Bar Graph of peices dropped so far in each colour

When you start, you are presented with a castle structure, split into 2 Player Columns, with a dancing figure in the middle, and an empty wooden board underneath them

You then have a “(Lines) Left” (top) to complete the Stage, and also the “(Total) Lines” (bottom) you have created on the Game Board

At the very top of the screen, is the Player 1 Score, High Score, and Player 2 Score respectively

This is definitely a Tetris Game I would recommend you play, I think you will like it, just as much as I do myself

Code: Andy Whiteley
Music: Mike Kingham
Graphics: Mark Whiteley
Gameplay/Level Design: Rupert Hart

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