Tetris 4D

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Tetris 4D
System(s): Sega Dreamcast
Publisher: Bullet-Proof Software
Peripherals supported: Dreamcast VGA Box, Jump Pack
Genre: Puzzle[1]

Number of players: 1-4
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
¥4,800 (5,040) T-20801M

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Tetris 4D (テトリス フォーディー) is a Sega Dreamcast game developed and published by Bullet-Proof Software. It is an entry in the Tetris series, and was released only in Japan.

Being an early Dreamcast game, Tetris 4D does not deviate much from its predecessors. There is a classic mode (which acts as a normal game of Tetris) and a "battle" mode (which allows up to four players to compete against each other). The game has an industrial/urban theme, unlike most other entries in the series which usually have a classical architecture or Russian theme.

There are no AI players in the game and no VMU support for high-score saving. Both Sega Tetris and The Next Tetris: On-Line Edition (both also released for the Dreamcast) are seen as better games as a result.

Magazine articles

Main article: Tetris 4D/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
20 [2]
50 №30, p85
60 №85, p103
53 [3]
52 [4]
60 №524, p35
78 No results[5]
Sega Dreamcast
Based on
7 reviews

Dreamcast, JP
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Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Dreamcast


Tetris and Tetris-like games for Sega systems/developed by Sega
Sega: Tetris (1989) | Flash Point (1989) | Bloxeed (1989) | Sega Tetris (1999) | Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 28: Tetris Collection (2006) | Tetris Giant (2010) | Puyo Puyo Tetris (2014)
Third-Party: Blockout (1991) | Tetris Plus (1996) | Tetris S (1996) | Tetris 4D (1998) | The Next Tetris: On-Line Edition (2000) | Tetris Kiwamemichi (2004)
Tetris related media
Tetremix (1989) | Flash Point/Bloxeed (1990) | New Century (2006)