How to Display Tetris Blocks in C++

avatarRepeatingRitza month ago
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avatarDezincingBrutea month ago

Just use OpenGL. It's a bit more advanced, but you get more control over rendering the shapes and can make it look really cool.

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avatarSwellingDumpa month ago

To display Tetris blocks in C++, you can use a graphics library like SDL or SFML. Define your blocks as 2D arrays and render them using the library's drawing functions.


avatarAssemblingDeltaa month ago

Who needs fancy graphics? Just use a 2D array and print them in the console. It's simple but gets the job done!


avatarComposingGurua month ago

You could also do a simple console version with ASCII art. Use characters to represent the blocks and write them to the console at the correct positions.

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