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Tetris 2 (NES)
Tetris 2 is the made-by-Nintendo sequel to the made-by-Nintendo rendition of the classic game. Tetris 2 was...not so classic, although it wasn't for lack of trying.
Game Genie code GAUKLVZE lets you access a CHR Test by pressing Reset.
Game Genie code IAUKLVZE lets you access a Music Test by pressing Reset. Oddly, it refers to the game as Tetris 3.
Rip the rest.
A stone tablet with a snake, similar to those which are used for CPU difficulty levels in both versions.
A stone statue.
What appear to be the viruses from Dr. Mario.
- Part of the title screen of the Japanese version is obscured by a black box at the bottom, but its CHR data is still present in the CHR ROM.
- International versions contain part of the Japanese title screen.
The Japanese version has a very different, well-animated title screen. It is completely static in the international versions.
|The Tetris series|
|Arcade (Sega)||Tetris (System 16, System E) • Flash Point • Bloxeed (System 18, System C)|
|Arcade (others)||Tetris: The Grand Master • Tetris: The Absolute: The Grand Master 2 PLUS|
|NES||Tetris (Tengen, Nintendo) • Hatris • Tetris 2 + Bombliss • Tetris 2|
|Game Boy (Color)||Tetris • Tetris 2 • Tetris DX|
|Mac OS Classic||Welltris • Super Tetris • Tetris Elements|
|SNES||Wordtris • Super Tetris 2 + Bombliss • Tetris 2 • Tetris & Dr. Mario • Super Bombliss|
|Virtual Boy||3-D Tetris|
|Nintendo 64||Tetrisphere • Tetris 64 • Magical Tetris Challenge • The New Tetris|
|PlayStation||The Next Tetris (Prototype)|
|Game Boy Advance||Tetris Worlds|
|Windows||Tetris Worlds • Tetris Elements|
|Mac OS X||Tetris Elements|
|Nintendo DS||Tetris DS (THQ, Nintendo)|
|Nintendo 3DS||Tetris: Axis|
|PlayStation Vita||Puyo Puyo Tetris|