BiTRIS<no_tm> is a game similar to Tetris™ with the particularity that it has to be played by two players. It was developed at the end of the eighties by Jan Egner and Leo Moll and was growing in popularity not only in german speaking regions by being widely spread over the mailbox scene.
This area contains all historical files that could be found. Since the original distribution archive was lost, the area offers a historically accurate reconstruction of the presumed last distribution archive rebuilt with historical tools.
|screenshots||4,0 years||Screenshots featuring BiTRIS|
|video||4,3 years||Gameplay videos recorded by Alexander Grand|
|BITRIS.TXT||27,5 years||7,10 KB||The original readme file (renamed)|
|BTHSL001.ZIP||23,3 years||3,67 KB||A historical highscore file from 1994|
|BTHSL002.ZIP||6,9 years||3,97 KB||Highscore file from Alexander Grand|
|BTMUZ151.ZIP||27,6 years||21,78 KB||The MuZAK Compiler and music source codes|
|BTRIS151.ZIP||27,5 years||32,31 KB||The reconstructed BiTRIS archive containing version 1.51|
|BTRIS155.ZIP||23,3 years||40,71 KB||The reconstructed BiTRIS archive containing version 1.55|
|BTSRC155.ZIP||23,3 years||26,54 KB||The reconstructed source code of BiTRIS 1.55|
|MCOMPSRC.ZIP||24,6 years||14,69 KB||The MuZAK Compiler source code|