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    Tetris Compendium by Outkast

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    The Super Tetris Guide
    Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Nintendo 64
    Version 1.3
    1/08/00
    
    Written By:
    Outkast
    outkast325@hotmail.com
    
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    table of contents
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    1) Intro
    2) Updates
    3) Tetris (GB)
    4) Tetris 2 (GB)
    5) Tetris Attack (GB)
    6) Tetris Blast (GB)
    7) Tetris Plus (GB)
    8) Tetris DX (GBC)
    9) Tetrisphere (N64)
    10) The New Tetris (N64)
    11) Misc. Info
    12) Credits
    13) Legal Info
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    table of contents
    -----------------
    
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    1) Intro
    -----------------
    
    Welcome to this first ever FAQ for any Tetris game, and ironically, this
    covers a lot of the Tetris games. Now, some people are getting mixed up
    about this guide, so let me explain a few things first:
    
    - This supplies FAQs, codes, hints, secrets, and other stuff for most of the
      Tetris games that have been made up to this day.
    
    - Believe it or not, I have played all these Tetris games, however, most
      of them are only in my memory. The ones I own right now are the original
      Tetris (Gameboy, 1987), Tetris DX (Gameboy Color, re-make of original),
      and The New Tetris (Nintendo 64, 1999). All the FAQs and what not that I
      have written for the other games comes straight from memory.
    
    - Tetrisphere (Nintendo 64, 1997) is included, even though it is
      different than the regular Tetris games.
    
    - There are tons of diagrams that I have drawn and used for your benfit..
      They're not that pityful but I apologize if you don't understand them.
    
    - This one is the most important.... I am missing three Tetris games,
      the three made for the Super NES. They are: Tetris & Dr. Mario, Tetris
      2, and Tetris Attack. I haven't played either of these games at all,
      so I'm not gonna fill up this FAQ with false info pretending I've
      played them. If you have anything on these three, games, please send
      it to me and I will credit you and appreciate it dearly! Also, check
      the message below from 10/20/99; I'm missing four or five more that I
      didn't even know about.
    
    
    
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    2) Updates
    -----------------
    
    Version 1.3 (1/8/00)
    Remember all those messages of info I had in the intro? Well I put
    them all into one section which is now #11 - Misc. Info. I als added
    some more information to it compliments of DBM11085 (Devin Morgan).
    
    Version 1.2 (1/7/00)
    No actual update or changes to the FAQ... I just changed my alias and
    e-mail address and replaced it everywhere in this FAQ. Please note that
    cripplerx@hotmail.com is no longer my e-mail address!
    
    Outkast
    outkast325@hotmail.com
    
    P.S. - If you want the reason for the name change, mail me and let me know
    and I'll tell you (this isn't the place to explain).
    
    Version 1.1 (10/20/99)
    I updated the intro (above) with a new message because I have been
    notified that I am missing some games. I also updated the credits
    section with a contributor.
    
    Version 1.0 (9/30/99)
    This is obviously the first version and release of this FAQ. It is
    complete in a sense, but will be updated, as I will play the games I own
    even more, and try to get my hands on some of the older versions that
    I don't own.
    
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    3) Tetris (GB)
    -----------------
    
    Name: Tetris
    System: Gameboy
    Year: 1987
    
    This is the original Tetris; the game that started it all.
    
    ==========
    FAQ
    ==========
    
    Q: What's the concept?
    
    A: Puzzle pieces will fall down one at a time, and you will have complete
    control over it. You can move it with the D-Pad, or rotate the shape of
    it with the A button. It will eventually land and stay in that place, then
    the next piece will come down. You are trying to keep the blocks from piling
    up and extending out of the area they fall in..... Every time you fill up
    a line, that line will dissapear. When a line disappears, you will get a
    number put in your line count. See how many points you can get, but more
    importantly, how many lines you can make vanish.
    
    Q: How do you earn points?
    
    A: There are a few ways.... One is to press the down button on the D-Pad,
    which will make things more difficult but will rack you more points. The
    other way is to simply land pieces and make lines vanish....
    
    If you have anymore questions regarding Tetris, send them to me
    (cripplerx@hotmail.com), and if they're intelligent, I'll answer them
    here.
    
    ==========
    Controls
    ==========
    D-Pad:
    
    Down - Makes Pieces fall down faster
    Up- Nothing
    Left - Moves piece to the left
    Right - Moves piece to the right
    
    Start - Pause
    A - Rotate the shape of the piece falling down
    
    ==========
    Pieces
    ==========
    
    _
    | |                          --------------
    | |     vertical stick      |              |   (A Switches it to this)
    | |                          --------------
    | |
    -
    
    -----
    |     |
    |     |     square       (Cannot be switched)
    |     |
    -----
    
           ---
          |   |
          |   |
    ---   ---   ---
    |   | |   | |   |    3 squares with one on top   (switches upside down,
    ---   ---   ---                                  left, and right).
    
    ---
    |   |
    ---
    ---   ---   ---
    |   | |   | |   |     Deformed L    (Switches upside down, left, and right).
    ---   ---   ---
    
                 ---
                |   |
                 ---
    ---   ---   ---
    |   | |   | |   |    Backwards Deformed L      (Same switching capabilities
    ---   ---   ---                                as the one above).
    
    ---   ---
    |   | |   |
    ---   ---
           ---   ---
          |   | |   |       Zig Zag              (Switches left and right).
           ---   ---
    
           ---   ---
          |   | |   |
           ---   ---
    ---   ---
    |   | |   |           Backwards Zig Zag       (Switches left and right).
    ---   ---
    
    ==========
    Tips
    ==========
    
    The best tip I can give you is to look at the right hand side of the
    screen. You'll see a rectangular box (above the line total and score)
    that has one of the pieces in it. The piece in that box is the piece
    that will be used next. Be sure to take note of what that piece is so
    you can plan ahead and hopefully set something up.
    
    Here's a Diagram of the screen:
    
    
    ---------------------
    |||          |        |
    |||          |   B    |         A indicates where your score and your
    |||          |        |         amount of lines is shown.
    |||           --------|
    |||                   |
    |||    C              |
    |||           --------|         B indicates the plave where you will see
    |||          |        |         the next piece to come, after the one
    |||          |    A   |         that is in progress comes down.
    |||          |        |
    |||           --------|         C indicates where the pieces fall down.
    |||                   |
    ---------------------
    
    ==========
    Secrets
    ==========
    
    Special thanks to Game Sages (http://www.gamesages.com) for these (also
    see credits).
    
    Harder Game
    At the title screen, hold DOWN and press START. When you start your game
    you will see a little heart by the level and the game will run much faster.
    Submitted by Benjamin Katt
    
    Helpful Hint
    You know that those blocks and l shapes can be pretty annoying. Well right
    from the start make a column on the left hand side for blocks only, then
    another column for l shaped only. When you need them use them in the
    center but otherwise do as I said.
    Submitted by Chris Pateman
    
    No Preview
    To play a harder game where the next piece is not shown, hit START during
    any point of the game. While the game is paused, hit SELECT. When the
    game is restored, the box where the next piece is shown will be empty. To
    show the pieces again, repeat this process.
    Submitted by rghanson@iamerica.net
    
    Secret Ending
    In Tetris mode B there is a special level ending. To earn it score 25 lines
    on level 9, with the initial height set to 5. If you're successful you will
    be rewarded with new music with Russian dancers and musicians prancing in
    front of the title picture.
    Submitted by Kenny Coats
    
    Secret Rockets
    Secret rockets are found in both type games. The type A game will show a
    small rocket when you hit 100,000 points and a large rocket when you hit
    200,000 points. The type B game shows a space shuttle taking off when you
    beat the game at level 9 and height 5.
    Submitted by Bathazar (duncana@ix.netcom.com)
    
    PATCH CODES
    
    Special thanks to World of Nintendo (http://www.world-of-nintendo.com)
    for these (also see credits).
    
    Game Genie Codes:
    
    CEC-30E-C45     Keep stack displayed while paused
    D9C-53E-D5D     Keep current and next pieces displayed while paused
    
    *= Codes are switchable; switch on when you need the piece of your
    choice. Pieces are numbered 1 to 7, so write down which number stands for
    which piece
    000-63D-6E9 + 3E0-64D-5D0 + 000-65D-087 *Only piece 1 will appear
    000-63D-6E9 + 3E0-64D-5D0 + 040-65D-087 *Only piece 2 will appear
    000-63D-6E9 + 3E0-64D-5D0 + 080-65D-087 *Only piece 3 will appear
    000-63D-6E9 + 3E0-64D-5D0 + 0C0-65D-087 *Only piece 4 will appear
    000-63D-6E9 + 3E0-64D-5D0 + 100-65D-087 *Only piece 5 will appear
    000-63D-6E9 + 3E0-64D-5D0 + 140-65D-087 *Only piece 6 will appear
    000-63D-6E9 + 3E0-64D-5D0 + 180-65D-087 *Only piece 7 will appear
    
    -----------------
    4) Tetris 2 (GB)
    -----------------
    
    Name: Tetris 2
    System: Gameboy
    Year: 1988
    
    I played this when I was about 8 or 9 years old; written from memory.
    
    ==========
    FAQ
    ==========
    
    Q: How is this different from the original Tetris?
    
    A: This is the so called "improved" version of the original, although
    I don't find it nearly half as good. It is available now for two players,
    and introduces new features like bombs into the game.
    
    ==========
    Secrets
    ==========
    
    Special thanks to Game Sages (http://www.gamesages.com) for these (also
    see credits).
    
    Easier Game
    At the title screen press and hold UP and START until the title screen
    disappears. In easy mode there are fewer bombs and bricks fall slower.
    
    Special thanks to World of Nintendo (http://www.world-of-nintendo.com)
    for these (also see credits).
    
    Game Genie Codes:
    
    C98-E9A-081     No next piece screen
    10D-649-F71 + 00D-629-081 + 3ED-639-B30 Blocks come down fast
    70D-649-F71 + 00D-629-081 + 3ED-639-B30 Blocks come down very fast
    20D-649-F71 + 00D-629-081 + 3ED-639-B30 Blocks come down super fast
    00A-4BA-A29     Can select round above 30 on options screen
    FA8-CB8-4C1     In versus mode, no blocks added to top of screen
    
    ---------------------
    5) Tetris Attack (GB)
    ---------------------
    
    ==========
    FAQ
    ==========
    
    Q: Tetris Attack? The hell?
    
    A: Yes, one of the less famous Tetris games..... It's a 1990 Gameboy game.
       I remember it briefly, can't really describe it.
    
    ==========
    Passwords
    ==========
    
    Special thanks to Game Sages (http://www.gamesages.com) for these
    (also see credits).
    
    Hard Mode:
    
    Level  Password
    2      ?4XJ700N
    3      ?28J71HN
    4      Q1LK51ZN
    5      JCCK82TP
    6      !WML12!P
    7      PZ5LQCZP
    8      KJXMJXXP
    9      YKHMJYWP
    
    Use these passwords for Vs. Computer mode:
    
    Level  Password
    2      63QJJ05Q
    3      6FDJJ1CQ
    4      65MJK1ZN
    5      2HBJN2TP
    6      1PQK22TP
    7      4!9L1C?P
    8      2ZRLRXXP
    9      8LCL8YXP
    10     B!YL8YWP
    End    8JFL8ZWP
    10     ZPPM5YWP
    11     RN9NRZUP
    
    --------------------
    6) Tetris Blast (GB)
    --------------------
    
    ==========
    FAQ
    ==========
    
    Q: Tetris Blast, I really don't remember this one. What year?
    
    A: 1991. This one remains in my memory more than the others for some
       reason.
    
    ==========
    Secrets
    ==========
    
    Special thanks to Game Sages (http://www.gamesages.com) for these (also
    see credits).
    
    Change the Music
    While playing, press START then SELECT to
    change the music.
    Submitted by John Boles
    (goldeneye_66@hotmail.com)
    
    Fight Mode
    At the "One Player/Two Player" screen press B
    five times, then press START. An option called
    FIGHT 2 will appear on the next screen.
    Submitted by Robert Knickerbocker
    
    Passwords
    
    Level  Password
    20     DOVGYKHD
    46     ZCYXJVMH
    
    
    Submitted by asim6276@hotmail.com and Mr.Lucky
    
    
    -------------------
    7) Tetris Plus (GB)
    -------------------
    
    ==========
    FAQ
    ==========
    
    Q: Tetris Plus? Huh?
    
    A: 1992..... This one was, by far, the worst one I've seen.
    
    Q: Any patch codes for it?
    
    A: Yeah, it's Game Shark compatible but I don't think the Game Genie
       works.
    
    ===========
    Patch Codes
    ===========
    
    Special thanks to the Game Shark Code Creators Club for this
    (http://www.cmgsccc.com) also see credits.
    
    Game Shark Code:
    
    1 - Always Get Straight Pieces       010486C6
    
    ===========
    Secrets
    ===========
    
    Special thanks to Game Sages (http://www.gamesages.com) for these (also
    see credits).
    
    Level Select
    To select any level, you must complete Stage
    100 (Atlantis World Stage 20), then select Puzzle, then Continue, your
    continued game says "Stage Clear". During Puzzle game, Pause and Press B.
    You can play any level 001-100.
    Submitted by WolfpacSOB@aol.com
    
    ===========
    NOTE
    ===========
    
    As you can see, info is scarce on this game. Please contribute anything you
    may have to me (cripplerx@hotmail.com).
    
    -------------------
    8) Tetris DX (GBC)
    -------------------
    
    Name: Tetris DX
    System: Gameboy Color
    Year: 1998
    
    This is a magnificent upgrade to the original Tetris for Gameboy made in
    1987. Everything is in color, and there is a changes section a little
    bit down the way.
    
    ==========
    FAQ
    ==========
    
    Q: What's the concept?
    
    A: Puzzle pieces will fall down one at a time, and you will have complete
    control over it. You can move it with the D-Pad, or rotate the shape of
    it with the A button. It will eventually land and stay in that place, then
    the next piece will come down. You are trying to keep the blocks from piling
    up and extending out of the area they fall in..... Every time you fill up
    a line, that line will dissapear. When a line disappears, you will get a
    number put in your line count. See how many points you can get, but more
    importantly, how many lines you can make vanish.
    
    Q: How do you earn points?
    
    A: There are a few ways.... One is to press the down button on the D-Pad,
    which will make things more difficult but will rack you more points. The
    other way is to simply land pieces and make lines vanish....
    
    If you have anymore questions regarding Tetris, send them to me
    (cripplerx@hotmail.com), and if they're intelligent, I'll answer them
    here.
    
    ==========
    Controls
    ==========
    D-Pad:
    
    Down - Makes Pieces fall down faster
    Up- Nothing
    Left - Moves piece to the left
    Right - Moves piece to the right
    
    Start - Pause
    A - Rotate the shape of the piece falling down
    
    ==========
    Pieces
    ==========
    
    _
    | |                          --------------
    | |     vertical stick      |              |   (A Switches it to this)
    | |                          --------------
    | |
    -
    
    -----
    |     |
    |     |     square       (Cannot be switched)
    |     |
    -----
    
           ---
          |   |
          |   |
    ---   ---   ---
    |   | |   | |   |    3 squares with one on top   (switches upside down,
    ---   ---   ---                                  left, and right).
    
    ---
    |   |
    ---
    ---   ---   ---
    |   | |   | |   |     Deformed L    (Switches upside down, left, and right).
    ---   ---   ---
    
                 ---
                |   |
                 ---
    ---   ---   ---
    |   | |   | |   |    Backwards Deformed L      (Same switching capabilities
    ---   ---   ---                                as the one above).
    
    ---   ---
    |   | |   |
    ---   ---
           ---   ---
          |   | |   |       Zig Zag              (Switches left and right).
           ---   ---
    
           ---   ---
          |   | |   |
           ---   ---
    ---   ---
    |   | |   |           Backwards Zig Zag       (Switches left and right).
    ---   ---
    
    ==========
    Tips
    ==========
    
    The best tip I can give you is to look at the right hand side of the
    screen. You'll see a rectangular box (above the line total and score)
    that has one of the pieces in it. The piece in that box is the piece
    that will be used next. Be sure to take note of what that piece is so
    you can plan ahead and hopefully set something up.
    
    Here's a Diagram of the screen:
    
    
    ---------------------
    |||          |        |
    |||          |   B    |         A indicates where your score and your
    |||          |        |         amount of lines is shown.
    |||           --------|
    |||                   |
    |||    C              |
    |||           --------|         B indicates the plave where you will see
    |||          |        |         the next piece to come, after the one
    |||          |    A   |         that is in progress comes down.
    |||          |        |
    |||           --------|         C indicates where the pieces fall down.
    |||                   |
    ---------------------
    
    ==========
    Secrets
    ==========
    
    Special thanks to Game Sages (http://www.gamesages.com) for these (also
    see credits).
    
    Chalkboard Screen Saver
    1. On the first demo press SELECT. A fish
    screen saver will apper instead of the demo.
    2. Close the screen saver by pressing A.
    3. On the next demo press A. A confetti screen
    saver will appear. Close the screen saver by
    pressing B.
    4. On the last demo press B. This code can
    take a while.
    Submitted by Billy G. (Yosh219@aol.com)
    
    Confetti Screen Saver
    Press Start after the demo begins and you will
    get the Confetti/Nintendo Logo Screen Saver.
    Nice graphics demonstration of the GameBoy
    Color's capabilities.
    Submitted by Speed!
    
    Continue a One-Player Game
    If you ever get tired while playing a game,Press
    "START" to pause the game, then switch off the
    power. Now when you turn the system on, you will get a "CONTINUE?"
    screen, and you will start off from where you left off.
    Submitted by Sushi Ball Z
    
    Fish Screen Saver
    When the main screen appears, wait until the demo starts then press A to
    cancel it. After that the demo will be replaced by some fishies swimming
    around on the screen.
    Submitted by Cab84
    
    Move the Blocks Up
    In Tetris DX, there's a bug. When any piece but a straight bar or a block is
    falling, hold LEFT (even after it's against the wall keep holding left) and
    keep pressing A really fast and the piece will actually start moving back
    up! You can do the same thing on the right side wall, but you have to hold
    RIGHT and keep pressing B instead. It's strange but it works.
    Submitted by Blazemore
    
    No Preview
    To play a harder game where the next piece is not shown, press SELECT
    while playing. To show the pieces again, repeat this process.
    Submitted by phoenix9999@usa.net
    
    Quick Restart
    To get back to the beginning screen at any time simply hold START,
    SELECT, A and B all at once.
    Submitted by Joshmann
    
    ==========
    Changes
    ==========
    
    This is a changes section between this new Tetris DX 1998 game for Gameboy
    Color and the original Tetris from 1987 for Gameboy.
    
    - Tetris DX is in full color.
    - Tetris DX has more game options such as marathon, 40 lines, ultra, and
      versus computer, as well as three different music types.
    - You see a celebration cinema if you do good in DX.
    
    ---------------------
    11) Tetrisphere (N64)
    ---------------------
    
    =====================
    Secrets / Patch Codes
    =====================
    
    Special thanks to Cheat Code Central (http://www.cheatcc.com) for these,
    used by permission (also see credits).
    
    Level select
    
    Enter "[Saturn][Spaceship][Rocket][Heart][Skull]" as a name. Then,
    press L + C-Right + C-Down to enter the special characters in the
    name. Any level in any game mode may now be accessed.
    
      Lines mini-game
    
    Enter "LINES" as a name. Now the object of the game is to remove an
    area large enough to released the trapped character. Line up three pieces
    in a horizontal or vertical line to remove them.
    
      Hidden music
    
    Enter "G[Alien head]MEBOY" as a name. Then, press L + C-Right +
    C-Down to enter the special character in the name. Enter the audio
    screen to access nine additional songs.
    
      View vortex sequence
    
    Enter "VORTEX" as a name. Then, hold the reset button. Now a
    sequence showing all robots being sucked into a vortex will be displayed
    after several seconds. Release the reset button to end the display.
    
      View credits
    
    Enter "CREDITS" as a name.
    
    
    Game Shark Codes
    
    Single & VS Mode Codes
      Infinite Misses P1
                                             80112F9F 0003
      Secret Cheat Menu Screen
                                             8011265F 00AD
      Infinite Time P1
                                             80112629 0000
      Weapon Modifier P1
                                             80110922 00??
      Single Player Mode Only
      Score Modifier P1 (Smaller)
                                             80112D18 ????
      Score Modifier P1 (Larger)
                                             80112D1A ????
      Infinite Slides P1 (Puzzle Mode)
                                             801127E9 0009
      Time Modifier (Larger-Puzzle Mode)
                                             81112D2C ????
      Time Modifier (Smaller-Puzzle Mode)
                                             81112D2E ????
      Infinite Misses P2
                                             80116207 0003
      Infinite Time P2
                                             80115890 0000
      Weapon Modifier P2
                                             80113B8A 00??
      Gameboy Cheat Message
                                             80112F9E 0003
      Quantity Digits to Accompany Weapon
      Modifier Code
      00 - Rocket
      01 - Dynamite
      02 - Magnet
      03 - 3 Purple Bars
      04 - Drop Bomb
      05 - Green Spike Ball
    
    
    --------------------
    10) New Tetris (N64)
    --------------------
    
    Name: The New Tetris
    System: Nintendo 64
    Year: 1999
    
    ==========
    Hints/Tips
    ==========
    
    Special thanks to Cheat Code Central (http://www.cheatcc.com) for these,
    used by permission (also see credits).
    
    Turbo mode
    
    Select single player mode, enter "2FAST4U" as a name, then highlight
    "OK" and press A. When the game begins, the blocks will eventually fall
    very quickly.
    
      Turbo CPU mode
    
    Select single player mode, enter "AI2EZ4U" as a name, then highlight
    "OK" and press A. When the game begins, the CPU's blocks will fall
    very quickly, while your blocks will remain at normal speed.
    
      Music kaleidoscope
    
    Enter the audio options screen and set the song to "Haluci" and the music
    mode to "Choose". Then select single player mode, enter "HALUCI" as
    a name, then highlight "OK" and press A. A kaleidoscope will now
    appear in place of the game. Note: The Nintendo 64 must be reset to
    quit this mode.
    
    ===========
    Patch Codes
    ===========
    
    Special thanks to Cheat Code Central (http://www.cheatcc.com) for this,
    used by permission (also see credits).
    
    Game Shark Code:
    
    P1 Press L + C-Down For Cheat Screen             D01101B3 0024
                                                     8103BFE0 0000
                                                     D01101B3 0024
                                                     8103BFE2 0000
    
    -----------------
    11) Misc. Info
    -----------------
    
    =============================================================================
                     M E S S A G E   F R O M   9 / 3 0 / 9 9
    =============================================================================
    
    If I am missing any Tetris games, or there is something not here that
    should be, feel free to mail me (cripplerx@hotmail.com). I hope you find
    this useful.
    
    =============================================================================
                    M E S S A G E   F R O M   1 0 / 2 0 / 9 9
    =============================================================================
    
    Well, I guess this FAQ doesn't cover every Tetris game, and I certainly
    haven't played every Tetris game. Here are two e-mails sent in to me by
    OminO (also see credits).
    
    -------------------------
    
    You are missing two that I know of. Tetris Battle Gaiden for Super Famicom
    and The Next Tetris for PSX. You can still buy the ladder.
    My roomate says the former is the best ever.
    
    OminO
    
    P.S. Let me knwo if you buy the ladder, I am curious how it is.....
    
    I remembered about three more. The two for NES, Nintendos and Tengens. The
    ladder still goes for 100$ used. The third is Magical Tetris for N64. Just
    to let you know. Also I do not know if you wnat to include Wetris. I heard
    it sucked though.........
    
    OminO
    
    =============================================================================
                    M E S S A G E   F R O M   1 0 / 2 2 / 9 9
    =============================================================================
    
    I got some more Tetris info from fellow FAQ writer DBM11085 (also see
    credits). Here's a mail he sent me:
    
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    Hey, I have a small tidbit of info as far as the NES Tetris games are
    concerned. First, you can buy the Tengen version for a quite cheap price at
    Funcoland used. I have proof of that, but I have the Nintendo version of the
    game.. Also, the 2 versions are the same game! It's just like the Tengen
    version of Pac-Man.. same game, but made by 2 different companies. I don't
    know why; don't ask me that one! Thanks and I hope this was somewhat 
    helpful.
    
    Devin Morgan (dbm11085@aol.com)
    
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    Thanks for that piece of info.
    
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    I've received some more info from Devin Morgan:
    
    The last message that was posted (read above) was slightly incorrect. The
    Tengen Tetris version has 2 different 2-player modes while Nintendo's
    version doesn't. In addition to this, in the 2-player mode for Tengen,
    clearing a line results in the other player getting it dumped on them.
    
    Special thanks to Devin (DBM11085@aol.com) for this, and the message
    above this will be deleted for the next update (but I'll leave it here
    for now so others can read).
    
    
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    12) Credits
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    Game Sages
    http://www.gamesages.com
    For most of the secrets.
    
    Cheat Code Central
    http://www.cheatcc.com
    For The New Tetris secrets.
    
    Devin Morgan
    dbm11085@aol.com
    For some info on some of the games.
    
    OminO
    For some info on some of the games.
    
    The Game Shark Code Creators Club
    http://www.cmgsccc.com
    For one patch code.
    
    GameFAQs
    http://www.gamefaqs.com
    For publishing this FAQ.
    
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