Falling block puzzle games
Battle the falling blocks!
List of Tetris-like games
This is a list of free/libre tetris-like games:
1D Tetris or Tetris 1D is a version of Tetris made to be one dimensional, mostly as a math joke. The game exists in a number of versions, some of them free software. The game is also sometimes described as Tetris for those who think that regular Tetris is too hard.
The game uses 2x2x2 levels, thus having a 8-cell bottom like most 2D Tetris games do.
The source code (there is no media, shapes are drawn automatically) is licensed under the GPLv3 or any later version.
|Bastet||May 29th, 2014||Tetris|
Bastet is a tetris clone that stand for Bastard Tetris. It based on Petris, a public domain Tetris clone by Peter Seidler, and developed by Federico Poloni, with a complete rewrite at version 0.43. As of 2015-01-07, the latest version of the game is 0.43.1. It is licensed under GPLv3+. Version 0.37 was the first public release of the game. It is written in C++.
|Comisat Games Collection||2006-10-10||Snake, Hangman,, Tetris, Board game.|
comisat Games Collection is a collection of free software games written in Gambas. It is one of the first notable Gambas games, with exceptions being code examples such as recreations of Snake, Robotfindskitten, and other small efforts. The game is available in English and Italian.
Crack Attack! is a puzzle game by Daniel Nelson and Andrew Sayman which is a clone of Nintendo's Tetris Attack. It is written using the SDL and GLUT library. It is licensed under the GPL. As of 2011-07-26, the latest version of the game is 1.1.14.
|Cuyo||October 2014 (as of 2016-07-02)||Tetris-like games|
Hetris: An exploration of literate programming in Haskell is a text mode implementation of Tetris in Haskell, created by Ian Lynagh to demonstrate pretty-printing of a literate Haskell program using Haskell2LaTeX. The document produced by running Haskell2LaTeX then LaTeX is a detailed explanation of the structure and internals of the program.
|Sedtris||May 26th, 2008||Tetris|
A Bash script can be used, which presses Enter once a second and adds more(?) randomness. The script is based on playsed.sh by Aurelio Marinho Jargas (doesn't seem to have any license attached).
vitetris is a Tetris clone written by Victor Nilsson. It was originally written with only Linux and minimal library dependencies in mind, but is now very portable and can optionally make use of a curses library or Allegro.