"TetriCrisis 4 100% A.I."-HTML5/JS Game-Open Source!

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by JeZ-l-Lee, May 26, 2012.

  1. JeZ-l-Lee

    JeZ-l-Lee New Member

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    Hi,

    My team and I are proud to announce the release of
    "TetriCrisis 4 100% A.I." HTML5/JS which plays in all web browsers!

    You can play the game at the following URL address:
    http://16bitsoft.com/T-C-4_HTML5/TetriCrisis_4_100Percent_AI.html

    You can view/download the source code at the following URL address:
    http://16bitsoft.com/T-C-4_HTML5

    This is a BETA release, please play it and reply with any problems/suggestions!
    (include in your reply your Operating System and Internet browser you are using)

    Enjoy!

    JeZ+Lee
    16BitSoft
    Video Game Design Studio
    www.16BitSoft.com


    Some Screenshots:
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  2. GhostRik

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    Well, it's Tetris. No hard drop?
     
  3. JeZ-l-Lee

    JeZ-l-Lee New Member

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    Hi,

    Guess the game worked? (What OS and Internet browser are you using?)

    "Hard Drop" is called: "Quick Drop".
    When you press [START!] on main title screen,
    you can change New Game Options/"Pressing [UP] Action" to "Quick Drop".

    JeZ+Lee

    Here is a screenshot:
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  4. RiVEN

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    TetriCrisis 4? Looks the same as TetriCrisis 1 you released a couple of years ago. Maybe you need to start on a fresh game. The Tetris phase is over. I hear catapulting animals is still in though.. ;)
     

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