This is a modern version of the classic logic puzzle game Tetris.
You can play this Tetris-inspired game inside this webpage below by tapping on the screen or clicking your mouse.
Alternatively you can play this game as a web application here.
This is a modern version of the cult classic game Tetris.
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The web is a fuzz test and we realized not all games will work in all web browsers and operating system environments, so we published multiple versions of Tetris on our site. If you are having trouble getting Falling Cubes to work for you consider trying Super Tetris.
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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3 comments on "Falling Cubes Online Tetris Game"
This is a very superficial, pared down version of the popular arcade game Tetris. Arrange blocks in straight rows to clear them. You can clear up to four lines in a stack. Keep clearing blocks until you can’t. The line piece isn’t always available when you need it. The squiggly pieces appear more often than you want them to. You know, just like the olden days.
It doesn’t have many of the frills of the modern incarnations of the game. Indeed, other than its graphics, it functions very old school. You have no option to save blocks for later, nor do you have a way to drop the blocks. This is sometimes more blessing than curse. This feature lets you move pieces with surgical precision.
The isometric appearance does add a layer of difficulty. You can’t always tell where the player board actually ends. As a standard Tetris clone, it’s nothing too fancy. And that might be exactly what you want.
Falling cubes is a version of Tetris. To play it on desktop, use your arrow keys to manipulate the blocks. Just like the classic game, the blocks fall a little bit faster every time you advance into a new level. It’s fun to reach for the highest score with your friends. The challenge is figuring the block’s placement before it falls. If your existing blocks are pretty high already, you might get into a slight panic. Just remember the up arrow key rotates the block. Avoid pressing the down arrow key to keep it from falling faster. Making that mistake often ends up in awkward block placements.
Unlike the original 20-D Tetris, this game comes in a slightly diagonal angle. If you’re not careful, you might miscalculate that angle to fit two blocks. Be mindful that it only fits one square space. It’s also tricky to use the keyboard control. Just don’t panic and you’ll reach higher levels, even when the blocks are falling faster. Enjoy playing till you drop.