Tetris DX

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File Name: Tetris DX (JU) [C][!].zip
Console/System: GBC
Genre: Puzzle
Filesize: 104.42KB
Region: Japanese
Year of release: 1989
Downloads: 1056

Tetris DX ROM Download for GBC


Initially launched in Japan in 1989 for GBC, Tetris DX is a puzzle-based video game. Tetris DX became the first game to have been compatible with the Game Link Cable. This cable enables two GBC consoles to link together for multiplayer gaming options. Designed by Nintendo R&D1 and published by Nintendo, Tetris DX is installed with features like battery-save high scores and three player profiles. This game comes with a new single-player mode against the CPU and features two new modes of play. When playing the Ultra mode, three minutes are given so that the players can collect as many points as possible.




The main objective of the game is to operate and handle the 'tetrominoes' (geometric shape composed of four squares) by shifting each one sideways and rotating it by an angle of 90-degree units where the target is to create a horizontal line of blocks without any gaps. As soon as one or more lines are created, they vanish if there are any blocks above, they move down concerning the number of lines that have disappeared. The tetrominoes fall rapidly as the game progresses. At the end, when the game finishes, a part of tetrominoes expands beyond the top of the arena when set in place.


Best Emulator for Tetris DX


Games such as Tetris DX can be easily played across various gaming platforms using the best and potential emulators'. mGBC and VisualBoy Advance emulators are the best emulators for running GBC games on your Windows, Linux, Android, and many other operating systems. They assist and offer the function to allow ROM patches and to revoke a game. To make your experience even more worthwhile, these emulators provide a lot of advanced features such as:


  1. Full Saving assistance
  2. Joystick Support
  3. Full-screen support
  4. Audio and Video recording 
  5. Support for GUI skinning


Other emulators that can be used to run GBC games on different devices are My OldBoy, John GBC, and ClassicBoy Gold.


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