Provided by: bastet_0.41-3_i386
bastet - frustrating tetris clone with an evil AI
bastet (stands for "bastard tetris") is a free clone of Tetris(r)
(built on the top of petris by Peter Seidler) designed to be "as
bastard as possible": every turn it calculates the worst possible block
to provide, guaranteeing endless frustration.
Use up and down arrow to select a level (=block speed. The higher the
level, the more points you will get when you drop a brick). Use left
and right arrow to move the piece from side to side. Use up arrow to
rotate, and down arrow to speed up the fall.
Some other keybindings that will be useful: p for pausing, q for
quitting during the game, space to drop current block, 0 to rotate the
Note that the block preview does not work as in normal tetris: instead,
it display the most useful brick, the one you would like to have.
Needless to say, you will never get it!
-h Display the format for setting width and height of the playing
The global high scores for bastet.
None known at the moment. If you find one, please report it to the
MAY 2004 BASTET(6)