You probably already know how to score points in Tetris – clear lines. That’s true, but there’s a little more to it than that.
Everything you do in Tetris that earns you points has a baseline score – how much the move is worth – which gets multiplied by your current level. Basically, the faster the Tetrimino pieces are falling, the more points you’ll score, regardless of what mode you’re playing.
Without further ado, here are all the baseline scores for Tetris:
|Single Line Clear||100 Points|
|Double Line Clear||300 Points|
|Triple Line Clear||500 Points|
|Tetris™ Line Clear||800 Points|
|Mini T-Spin||100 Points|
|Mini T-Spin Single||200 Points|
|T-Spin Double||1200 Points|
|T-Spin Triple||1600 Points|
|Single Line Clear All Clear||800 Points|
|Double Line Clear All Clear||1200 Points|
|Triple Line Clear All Clear||1800 Points|
|Tetris Line Clear All Clear||2000|
|Back-To-Back Tetris Line Clear All Clear||3200 Points|
|Soft Drop||1 Point/Line Dropped Through|
|Hard Drop||2 Points/Line Dropped Through|
On top of that, you’ll also earn Back-To-Back bonuses if you do Tetris Line Clears or T-Spin Line Clears back-to-back, without clearing any other lines in between. The Back-To-Back bonus will give you an extra 50% of whatever you would have scored from that move in the first place.