|"Why do I rarely see this section?"
This section, Tetris Game Night, is a secret section. Secret sections are very rare and thus do not appear in towers often. They often have unique features that cannot be found in vanilla sections.
Tetris Game Night is a secret section created by ObrenTune and was added on October 11th, 2019.
This gray section starts with a block that leads onto a large platform with a pair of red and blue controls and a giant screen with Ping Pong on it. Each pair of controls have an up and down arrow on them that tells you which direction the paddle will move when you stand on it. If the puck misses the paddle, it will reset in the middle and travel towards the paddle it missed.
To complete this section, the player must climb up a truss located behind the screen and jump onto a block that will lead you to the end of the section.
- The game "Pong" seen on the giant screen comes from the 1972 video game Pong.
- The section's name references the 1984 video game Tetris.
- This is one of the few sections to have different colors in it.
- A paddle will not move if two players are standing on a pair of buttons simultaneously.
- This section is shown in the developers' screens in the secret section House.
- This section and Tic Tac Toe are the only sections that feature a minigame.
- The YXCeptional logo used to be displayed on the top of the screen, but it is now removed.
- The paddles and the puck have hitboxes. You can stand on a paddle and you will go up with it if it goes up too. If you stand on the puck, it will move, but you won't move with it.
- If the puck rebounds off of a moving paddle, the angle of its path is sharper.
- The arrows on the buttons have a glow texture.
- For an unknown reason, if this section is bent by T, the paddles are closer to the middle of the screen, and the puck passed through them.
- This section is not affected by the hourglass gear.
- This is most likely because the puck and paddles aren't locals because rather than moving, they "teleport" very quickly for a short distance which makes the game run at around 15 "frames" per second on average. This is also why you do not move with the puck if you stand on it. The teleportation was most likely done to script the minigame.