Tetris (MSX)

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Tetris
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Platform: MSX2
Year: 1988
Developer: BPS
This page is for the MSX game, for other releases see Tetris.

Tetris on the MSX2 is a port of the Japanese Famicom release of Tetris.


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Music

All the songs in the game are from the Famicom version. Since the MSX was capable of FM synthesis, the music is in higher quality than the Famicom version, but the music can tend to go off-beat because it was probably MIDI-recorded since the MSX was capable of MIDI. Hiroshi Suzuki did a great job with the music but in this game, he goes by the name 'Goblin Sound'. This music would later be arranged by Brad Fuller in Tetris: Tengen (NES).

Recording

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# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 Title (Korobeiniki) TraditionalGoblin Sound 1:13
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02 Technotris Goblin SoundGoblin Sound 2:00
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03 Karinka Ivan Larionov, Goblin SoundGoblin Sound 1:47
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04 Troika Traditional, Goblin SoundGoblin Sound 2:00
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05 Katyusha 1 Matvei Blanter, Goblin SoundGoblin Sound 0:32
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06 Katyusha 2 Matvei Blanter, Goblin SoundGoblin Sound 1:18
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07 High Scores Goblin SoundGoblin Sound 1:15
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Credits

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Ripping MSX music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.

Audio Devices

Music

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Sound

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Releases

  Japan.svg   Japan
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Title: テトリス (Tetris)
Platform: MSX
Released: 1988-??-??
Publisher: Bullet Proof Software
  UK.svg   UK
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Title: Tetris
Platform: MSX
Released: 1988-??-??
Publisher: Mirror Soft

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