Tetris Blast (Super Bombliss in Japan) is a Game Boy video game released in 1995 by BPS and Nintendo. The game is a remake of the game Bombliss. The basic premise of Tetris is still intact, though this time there are some bombs contained in the blocks that, when they explode, will destroy many of the surrounding blocks as well.
Each variation of Tetris has minor, perhaps even negligible at times, alterations that weren't present in previous version or were omitted in certain games. The following are basic things that were either not included or added to the game, and basic stats.
- There is no hold option available.
- There is no hard drop available.
- The playfield dimensions are 10w x 17h
- The rotation system uses BPS.
- Depending on the mode you're playing, you may be able to see 1-4 pieces that are soon to become available while playing.
|Nintendo games||Tetris (Game Boy) • Tetris (NES) • Tetris 2 • Tetris & Dr. Mario • 3D Tetris • Tetrisphere|
The New Tetris • Tetris DS • Tetris Party Deluxe • Tetris 99
|Third-Party games||Tetris (Famicom) • Tetris (Tengan) • Tetris Blast • Hatris • Tetris 2 + Bombliss • Battle Gaiden • Super Tetris 3 • Tetris 64 • Magical Tetris Challenge • Tetris Worlds • Tetris Party • Puyo Puyo • Tetraminos • V-Tetris • Tetris Plus • Minna no Soft Series: Tetris Advance • Pokémon Shock Tetris|
Tetris Axis • Tetris Ultimate • Puyo Puyo 2
|Related||The Tetris Company • BPS • Alexey Pajitnov • Henk Rogers • Knight Move • Wordtris|
Tetris Attack (Puzzle League) • Columns • Puyo Puyo