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Tetris DS (Nintendo)
Nintendo's two-screen rendition of Tetris, themed after classic NES games. It introduces plenty of new modes, too, like Catch and Puzzle.
An unused, possibly early playfield graphic.
A Super Mario Bros. flagpole and end-of-world castle against a black background. In Classic mode, Mario at the top of the screen never makes it to the end of a level, making this go unused.
Yoshi's Other Eyes
On the bottom screen of Puzzle mode (themed after Yoshi's Cookie), Yoshi is seen looking to the left. However, it turns out that the image itself has Yoshi looking to the right. The game puts a separate graphic over his eyes to make him look the other direction.
NES Game Leftovers
Having more detail is always a good thing.
Specifically: What graphics are there? Rip them and put them here.
Every level in classic mode has unused sprites from the NES games themselves.
|The Tetris series|
|Arcade (Sega)||Tetris: System 16 • System E|
Bloxeed: System 18 • System C
|Arcade (others)||Tetris: The Grand Master • Tetris: The Absolute: The Grand Master 2 PLUS|
|NES||Tetris (Tengen (Prototype), Nintendo) • Tetris 2 + Bombliss • Tetris 2|
|Game Boy (Color)||Tetris • Tetris 2 • Tetris DX|
|SNES||Tetris & Dr. Mario • Tetris 2 • Super Bombliss • Wordtris • Super Tetris 2 + Bombliss|
|Virtual Boy||3-D Tetris|
|Nintendo 64||Tetrisphere • Tetris 64 • The New Tetris • Magical Tetris Challenge|
|PlayStation||The Next Tetris (Prototype)|
|Game Boy Advance||Tetris Worlds|
|Windows||Tetris Worlds • Tetris Elements|
|Mac OS Classic/X||Tetris Elements|
|Nintendo DS||Tetris DS (Nintendo)|
|Nintendo 3DS||Tetris: Axis|
|PlayStation Vita||Puyo Puyo Tetris|