We have loved Tetris ever since we were first introduced to it on our Nintendo Entertainment System. We've played various computer versions of it since then, but none has captivated us quite like Tetrisk has. This version of the puzzle game has the classic feel of the original, but the scoring is set up just a bit differently. Even Tetris fanatics are likely to be challenged by Tetrisk.
The game's interface has an endearingly retro arcade feel to it, with a black background and a colorful array of pieces. Instead of simply trying to achieve a high score, as with classic Tetris, Tetrisk offers a slightly different challenge. There are five levels of difficulty--or risk, as the game calls it--to choose from, and the object of the game is to successfully place a set number of pieces without running out of space; the first level's goal is 100 pieces, while the fifth level's is 2,000. And of course, the pieces fall more quickly as you advance. Even at the beginning of the first level the pieces fall pretty quickly, making Tetrisk quite a challenge. We made it through the first level without too much trouble, but when we skipped ahead to the fifth level of risk we were quickly put in our place; we came nowhere close to winning. Overall, we loved Tetrisk; it's a fun spin on a favorite game of ours, and we think that anyone who ever enjoyed Tetris is bound like Tetrisk--if they're up for the challenge.
Tetrisk comes as a ZIP file. It installs politely but leaves a folder behind upon removal. We recommend this game to all players.
Tetrisk a classical tetris game with risk system. You can select a risk level lowest to highest. When you select lowest risk level, you will deploy all pieces easily and achieve a high-score. Because piece counts is very low and score also. Other side, when you select highest risk level, piece count will be very high! But you have to many pieces for achieve very big scores. Don't forget, when you lose game, your score will be ZERO ! This is risk.