Yesterday, we highlighted one of the entries for the Apple II Software Enthusiasts (A2SE) programming contest, TXTRIS by Mario Patino. Today’s entry into the fray comes to us from Eric Sperano. His entry, Spetris! or as he calls it, “Yet Another Tetris Clone”, is a multi-themed version of the traditional game of Tetris.
Originally created by Eric as a 6809 game in a learning experience moment on the Tandy Radio Shack Color Computer 3 or COCO3 as it is known, Spetris! has been completely re-written in 6502 Assembly Language for the Apple IIe.
Eric has gone through the trouble of creating two versions of the game. One which runs normally on any Apple II series computer and one version which incorporates the 65C02 of the Apple IIe and Apple IIc computers and MouseText. Both versions have been included on the provided floppy disk image of the game.
You can download the game floppy image for Spetris! in the A2SE group on Facebook or at: