Provided by: bastet_0.41-5_i386
bastet - GPL’d clon of tetris with a bastard level
bastet (stands for "bastard tetris") is a free (GPL’d) clone of
Tetris(r) (built on the top of petris by Peter Seidler) which is
designed to be "as bastard as possible": it tries to compute how useful
blocks are and gives you the worst, the most bastard it can find.
Playing bastet can be a painful experience, especially if you usually
make "canyons" and wait for the long I-shaped block.
Use up and down arrow to select a level when bastet has been launched.
The more level the merrier points you will get when playing. 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 will be useful: p for pausing, q for quitting
during the game, space to drop current block, 0 to rotate the block
-h Display the format for setting width and height of the playing
The global high scores for bastet.
Not known at the moment. If you find someone, report it.
Federico Poloni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
MAY 2004 BASTET(6)