If you loved the 1984 game of Tetris or the 1989 game of Columns , you’ll be pleased to know a brand new puzzle game inspired by those games has been teased for the Amstrad CPC developed by Francesc Alcaucer. This game as a heads up by XeNoMoRPH and named as ‘Tetris dotBAS’, is not only a Tetris clone that’s still in development made with Locomotive Basic for the Amstrad CPC computers, but it also supports one to two players competing against each other for that top score.

One of the most popular games of all time was a tile-matching, block rotating puzzle video game first released in 1984 which became a huge hit on the Gameboy in 1989.  It just had to be the classic ‘Tetris’; a game that caused many people to spend hours playing to the point of addiction. Although we’ve had numerous clones over the years some of them good and some of them rather bad, today’s Tetris dotBAS is another version of Tetris that’s equally enjoyable for the Amstrad even at this early stage of development. ( Just lacking the music! )

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