What Is Best In Life #5: Mirrorsoft’s Tetris music

The Spectrum release of Tetris by Mirrorsoft in 1987 didn’t have the music you’re used to on it, instead having these short but insistent tunes by David Whittaker.

I always enjoyed the 128K version’s title/menu theme most:


The in-game tune was more suitably soothing for those long games:


The 48K Speccy lacked a fancy soundchip and so had to make do with this kazoo and wet fish rendition of the title theme:

Thanks to Blerkotron and Otouto72 for uploading these to share.

WIBIL #5: being haunted by chiptunes from the Tetris of your youth is best in life


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Da22 says:

    I like the wet fish rendition better however I the gameboy version etched into my brain!

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    1. stevenger says:

      Bloomin’ philistine!


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