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Cart [#teramom-0#] | Code | 2019-02-07 | License: CC4-BY-NC-SA | Embed


Tera: Mind Over Matter is a modern puzzle action game about dropping blocks of different shapes to clear lines. The game has a rapid difficulty curve that emphasizes speed and accuracy. Get as many Teras as you can!


Left/right - shift pieces left and right
Down - soft drop
Up - hard drop (locking behavior can be changed in options)
Z/X - rotate pieces (direction can be changed in options)
Z+X - hold piece


P#61594 2019-02-07 00:36 ( Edited 2019-02-07 01:35)

This is an excellent version of Tetri -- I mean Tera. Does this have any relation to that Tetris Effect remake from a little bit ago?

P#61601 2019-02-07 04:42

nope! but i did play that

P#61603 2019-02-07 05:13 ( Edited 2019-02-07 05:13)

Really nice and smooth. The particle effects when a block is dropped is a neat touch. I am still screwed because the game I learned how to play on used Up as the rotate key.

P#61615 2019-02-07 12:21

Best version of Tera I have ever played. I can see my reflection in the polish on this game. Like, every little detail just makes this a joy to play. This cart is making me wish there was a solid way to play pico8 carts in a handheld. Bravo!!

P#61625 2019-02-07 15:02

@paloblancogames I've been playing this on the GameShell by ClockWorkPi and it works great! Awesome job @tesselode.

P#61715 2019-02-10 14:39

I keep wanting to add a second game mode to this, but I'm not sure what it should be. Should it be some sort of speedrun mode? If so, what score should it be played to? Or does anyone else have a more interesting idea?

P#61776 2019-02-11 17:04

@tesselode perhaps "Clear x number of lines within a time constraint"?

P#61780 2019-02-11 19:29

I have been looking for something precisely like this for a long time. Quite frankly, I'm speechless. It's pretty much perfect!

As for new modes, however, might I suggest a 150-line Marathon mode, or a 3-minute Sprint mode, like some other modern games of the 4-piece block stacking variety?

P#61933 2019-02-16 00:57

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