tetris tournament help!!

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Nov 2, 2007

tetris tournament help!! by daha at 7:49 AM (900 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. daha
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    k well a tetris tournament is coming to my university in hawaii and im planning on enter and and to qualify for the actual tournament i gotta be top 16 out of everybody in clear line in points. you guys got any strats for me to get most points? i am a fairly good tetris player and so far i schooled about 104500 points at level 16 and height 4. whereas when i play 20 20 i score about 95000 by the end of 25 lines. well any input is well appreciated and if u guys wanna see the prize im playing for u can check out www.tetriscup.com
     
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    now i feel awesome about my 600000
     
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    you gotta play line clear thats the mode where u only make 25 lines go away not endless
     
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    Practice?
     
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    damn just got more info on the rules it has to be lvl 1 and height 0 in line clear mode. i been playing like crazy and i always get around 10000 and my highest was 10498. this is really difficult because i dont know how the points are judged in the game i tried to build high towers so i get more points from the hard drop but i actually got more points when i played fast. soo i dont know the deciding factors in getting points in line clear mode. anyone have any ideas?
     
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    I'm curious abotu a couple things:
    Are you talking about Tetris DS or a more authentic tetris?
    Are you saying that the tournament is scored based on points? Hmm.

    I don't know what the scoring rules are with double T-spins and all that in arcade tetris or tetris grand master so w/e.

    I used to have a friend who was really into tetris but I'm not too good at it.
     
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    ya the tournament is held on the nds but they are only taking the top 16 players that score the highest in line clear level 1 and height 0. so after every one has played single player in line clear mode the top 16 players will than go in a tournament in vs mode. so right now im just trying to figure out how to get the highest score so i can be one of those 16 ppl.
     
  8. JPH

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    Play constantly.
    That's what I used to do - and I kicked ass.

    But now, I'm not as good.
    Tetris DS is very addicting, you should have a problem constantly practicing.
    Put it on Level 5 in the Vs. Mode and train until you can beat that level of difficulty easily.

    Good luck, yo.
     
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    do pros do t spins alot? because i can do tspins if i try hard but i dont know if it provides a lot of extra points
     
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    Member Nero GBAtemp RPG Maniac

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    In Endless Marathon, I got 3.4 million points.. I could've gone for more, but I couldn't stand playing Tetris DS any longer that day. [​IMG]

    ~Nero
     

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