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About

Have you ever thought "video games are too easy"? Do you wish things were more complicated? Good. Now imagine Tetris, except the playing field and the blocks are tilted by 45 degrees. Get ready to enjoy a fun twist on the classic Tetris experience!

Features

Enjoy the following:

  • Fascinating tilted Tetris-like gameplay.
  • The ability to compete via online leaderboards.
  • Four game modes including race, compact and zen.
  • Customizable gameplay, graphics, audio and controls.
  • A wonderful soundtrack by Nik Sudan.
  • Fancy 3D graphics.

Credits

[Programming] Rob van Saaze
[Art, Models] Rob van Saaze
[Sounds, Music] Nik Sudan
[Testing] Alyphen, Daniel Caaz, Csanyk, Thegamedevguy
[Special thanks] Alyphen, Iris Claessen, Juju Adams


StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(11)
AuthorRob van Saaze
GenrePuzzle
Made withGameMaker: Studio
Tags3D, Abstract, Colorful, Explosions, High Score, Tetris
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly, Configurable controls, High-contrast

Download

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Diatris_v1_2.zip 28 MB

Development log

Comments

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This is 3D Tetris :)

Regards....

this is a cool little tetris spinoff, too bad i suck at it, 10/10 game

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Is the random seed supposed to be the same every time you launch the game? I have noticed that I seem to get the same sequence of blocks every time I quit and restart!

 i need to get better at this game, its a genius creation 

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I like the game...allot, but the music is unnecessarily stressful to me. I want to tear my eyeballs out from the stress of it. But I just turn the sound off and listen to something chill instead.

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Good thing I added the option to turn it off then :)

Indeed! Thank you! :)

e tãããão dificil acertar o lugar da peça aaaaaaaaaaaa

so much style! incredibly innovative, I can't wait to try 

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i wish it be google pla

I chose Diatris as the first game on my Youtube channel. I hope you like my playing style.

Cool! Thanks for playing Alperdeniz!

You're welcome!

This game is way better than it has any right being. Much more playable with the non-3D camera angle though, the default is a bit weird to adjust to.

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After following the development on Twitter, I was super pumped to see this pop up on my feed. I've been super excited to go hands on since I initially saw it. 

I want to say you absolutely have a solid idea here. I thought it might be gimmicky but this really feels solid and original and is super polished. I definitely want to see this continue to get fleshed out. I love, love it.

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Thanks Jordan! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

I really love the art! Everything looks great, especially the download page you've made. The explosions and particle effects are super satisfying. Also, I'm trying to blog about indie games like this and give feedback for the devs so my more detailed review is here if you want to see everything I had to say :)

Thanks for the game!

Thanks! I left another comment on your blog :).

Thanks for checking it out! I'll take a look at that readme file and play more haha

this game is cursed

A really fun game a great twist on the classic tetris. The game's settings are worth diving into, turning on "unicolor" and turning off "popups"  will help significantly with piece recognition and maintaining flow. 

As of this review I've got a score of 240500 in regular mode, which is just enough to get me onto the top 10 of the current scoreboard.

The other game modes are also good fun and can provide a different kind of challenge. When you play any level you return to the main menu so expect a lot of menu navigation if you plan on playing the extra challenging "compact" mode.

Its a compelling game to play, especially once you have a handle it.

I agree with your opinion. Thumbs up to the developer. Keep it up man 👍👏

Thanks to both of you! I'm glad you guys had a good experience :)