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Tetris for a LAN

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Anyone knows a Tetris version to be played on a LAN?
Baco Dionisio
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Do you mean to play against each other...?  If so I don't think there is a version,  but standard Tetris copied onto a LAN drive can be played by multiple people must have write access to the drive to update the highscore text file,
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Yup.  There is a great little tetris clone that allows you to play against people on a TCP/IP network to include across the internet.  You can find it at:

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/ochamley/multrsus.htm

Enjoy! :)
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Sorry maybe i didn´t explain well, i would like a Tetris version
that runs on a IPX.
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Sorry, don't know of one that runs IPX.  If you're running Win95 or NT it's pretty easy to add TCP/IP otherwise you may be outta luck.  Sorry.
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Thank you Check.
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