Tetris Extreme is a slot utilising the cluster pays mechanics, and accepting bets in the range 0.20-£100 per spin. The full lines are removed and replaced by new blocks. Every time you clear a line, the multiplier increases. At the end of the spin, you need a cluster of 9 squares of the same colour to score a win. A multiplier of up to x50 will be applied to your winnings, too.
There are two Tetris Extreme versions. A standalone game and a slot linked to the so-called Mega Drop Progressive Jackpot network. The Mega Drop version is recommended not only because of the presence of a progressive jackpot but also because of the RTP that sits comfortably at 96%.
Clear at least 15 lines in one spin to get 10 free spins.
The free spins round would have been rather uninspiring if it was not for the Gold Tetronimo feature. A golden block randomly falls and awards you with a multiplier that increases with each winning spin and resets after a losing spin.
Mega Drop Progressive Jackpot
The jackpot feature is randomly triggered and gives you the chance to win Minor, Major, and Epic jackpot. You will also see a specified date until the jackpots must fall.
Tetris Extreme is developed by Red7, a mobile developer SG acquired in 2017. They have done a good job, although contemporary players consider retro games with a modern makeover ultimately boring. However, if you are a retro gamer, you will fall for the Mega Drop version of Tetris Extreme. Mind its volatility, though, and never wager more than you can afford to lose.