Tetris is alive and kicking in the Sony Playstation Portable homebrew scene. Developer dragulita196's own rendition of the falling blocks game, TetriAbetes, has just spawned a mod of its own yesterday. Now, coder bitwreck is releasing a different set of improvements for the classic game with TetriAbetes Soft Soundset.
With blessings from dragulia196, bitwreck's TetriAbetes Soft Soundset changes the music and sound effects files of TetriAbetes in order to keep its volume softer and lower. Coder bitwreck made these changes so the game can be played even if someone is sleeping nearby.
bitwreck tells us to simply replace the sound folder with the TetriAbestes Soft Soundset. Just to make sure, bitwreck also advises us to keep a back-up of the original sound.
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