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As of writing this, Tetris Offline has been removed for quite sometime. More accurately, it requires internet connection to use “offline mode”... this completely defeats the purpose of why I got the application, as I got it for using at markets and longer trips away from home. Instead, it now requires I use my data to play it. I didn’t want to have to PAY for internet just to play a game that’s supposed to be made for offline use! And I’ve waited many months now and the issue has not been rectified even after many updates. I am dissatisfied and mildly irritated. Aside from this, it works great. And the use of online multiplayer makes the game fun with new challenges, but removes the classic style of Tetris gameplay hardcore players are used to(says my mother, but I enjoy it do some extent. I just would like the offline capability restored.
Before update: a decent game with tough controls, replicating original tetris well, in a chill, zen, game. After update: Ad spam, A video in the background of the menu that you can’t turn off, still hard controls, singleplayer buried down deep in the game, and an offline mode that works 1/2 the time. TURN. IT. BACK.
Please add controller support. Touch screen ply is hard in higher levels. Lots of mistakes
This game is a good representation of the original’s gameplay; though I think it has been mobile-gamized to establish loyalty rewards rather than actual game achievement. I can’t follow up as I plan to delete it based on the next point. Even though there are no settings for the game in my iPhone’s privacy settings or location services, it knows precisely where I am. This seems a bit sketchy, given software privacy law in 2021. I don’t need sketch in my diversionary games, so I am deleting. Have fun all!
The music is good but the game SUCKS it sucks because the only time you can play is if you have tickets
When this game came out I paid the $7 like everyone else and it was good, but ever since then the developers crammed ads galore into a paid game. You know I can understand for a free title that you’d have to recoup costs of development, but for a PAID title come on I shouldn’t have to pay for a game to then have ads shoved into my face when I open the game play then game pause the game, it’s bloody ridiculous, and to charge an ongoing $3 fee to remove ads temporarily on top of the $7 entry fee is also scummy. I wish EA still ran Tetris cause at least they offered a paid Tetris and a freemium version, this is just a bait and switch nothing more nothing less.
gameplay is awesome but advertisement between every single game make me not play the game all time.please remove that advertisement system from the game it doesn’t helping you getting any better bit its getting boring day by day.
Decent app. It has basic Tetris, but no options like the level you start at or anything, and no alternative controls like the old EA app. Tetris Royals is an interesting concept, although it is (to its detriment) less complex than Tetris 99 on the Nintendo Switch. It also has an incredibly infuriating mechanic that serves only to make the player want to throw money at the developer for a 1-up on other players. It has three “power-ups”. One destroys the bottom 4 lines on your field. One increases the Garbage you send to your target’s field and instantly adds Garbage to their field. And one adds a shield to your Garbage bar, making it so players can’t give you Garbage on your field for a short while. These power-ups are limited, in that when you use one, you deplete the counter of your overall inventory of them. You can obtain more in three ways: watching ads periodically for the chance at getting one (you don’t always get one), buying them with coins that you obtain incredibly slowly through regular play (I’d say you get enough coins to buy maybe 1-2 power-ups per day if you’re playing all day), or you can spend spend real money on these limited use power-ups. The only way to consistently have these power-ups and use them to gain an unfair advantage over other players is by spending real money on them. If someone is using them on/against you, you basically lose. They can instantly flood your board and knock you out of the match. The only way to compete with someone using power-ups is by using power-ups yourself. This encourages rampant spending to try and compete with these players you will frequently encounter that have an unfair advantage. This isn’t fun, this is poor game design. While it’s interesting that this game has customization options for what your board looks like (this even changes the sounds of dropping blocks and clearing lines), the game is plagued by this money-making model that encourages unfair play and is entirely built to try and get more players to spend more money so they can “power-up” and infuriate another player so that they too spend money.
There are glitches sometimes which mess up my placement and I end up having to spend more time fixing a mistake that I didn’t make. It’d be great if those glitches get going. Either way I’m enjoying this game.
Stuffed with ads after every game, a version of Tetris 99 that is more tedious than fun (where game after game you are extremely likely to spammed by layers until you’re at the top and have lost), inability to quickly slam pieces down, and no option to change what level you start on.
Le foutu timer, qu’il n’y avait pas à l’origine.