The tetris game written by Q. Alex Zhao that is shown on the screen shots caught my interest. The source code archive tetris.3.2.1.tar.gz is still served by a public FTP.
The included Makefile is totally outdated, and imake failed to create a new one, but compiling the sources manually just works fine:
$ cc -I/usr/local/include -L/usr/local/lib -o tetris \
tetris.c utils.c playing.c -lX11 -lXaw
The default bitmap fonts loaded by the game are unfortunately long gone. Thankfully, the author lets us select the fonts:
$ ./tetris -v
GENERIC TETRIS V3.2.1
Copyright (C) 1992-95 Q. Alex Zhao, firstname.lastname@example.org
GENERIC TETRIS comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
Usage: ./tetris [-s] [-l <starting level>]
[-p <prefilled rows>] [-plain] [-showNext] [-beep] [-u <name>]
[-display <display>] [-geometry <geometry>] [-iconGeometry <icon geometry>]
[-fg <foreground>] [-bg <background>] [-bigFont <font>] [-tinyFont <font>]
[-xrm <resource specifications>]
So, Generic Tetris still runs like in 1995:
$ ./tetris -bigFont fixed -tinyFont fixed
The linked digiater site also had the source code. How cool that it still works and compiles. Do you have a modern screenshot you could show?
Looks quite the same, even the window decorations, as Iʼm running Fvwm.