Unlock the hidden themes for Tetris Effect: Connected on Nintendo Switch
Unlock the themes 1984 and 1989 for Tetris Effect: Connected on Nintendo Switch
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This post will go into how to unlock the hidden themes for Tetris Effect: Connected on Nintendo Switch.
In order for this to work, you will need a USB or Bluetooth keyboard connected to your Nintendo Switch.
Set up your Nintendo Switch with a keyboard
Dock your Nintendo Switch and plug a keyboard into the dock.
Alternatively, you can connect a Bluetooth keyboard using the Bluetooth settings on your Switch.
Note: The keyboard will not work as a controller so don't try that, it's only usable as a replacement for the on-screen keyboard.
Enter the Konami code on the start screen
Go to the very first screen. This is the screen that shows "Press any button."
From the start screen, enter the Konami code:
Up - Up - Down - Down - Left - Right - Left - Right - B - A
This should take you to a screen that asks you to input a code.
Enter the secret number on the retro-looking screen
This should take you to a retro-looking screen. From here, type in the following number:
This number represents June 6, 1984, when Tetris was first released in Russia. The word Tetris is spelled in Russian.
After entering the number, press Enter on the keyboard.
You should see a confirmation that the new 1984 theme has been unlocked.
Enter Effects mode.
Be sure to go into the game options and choose Customized pieces instead of Traditional so you can get the full experience.
Go check out classic marathon to see the new themes:
- 1984: This theme has the text in Russian and is themed like a terminal with the black background and green text
- 1989: This is a theme that looks like Tetris for Game Boy
The 1984 theme is the 2nd last theme available.
Here is a DT cannon in the 1984 theme.
The 1989 theme is the last theme available.
Here is a DT cannon in the 1989 theme.