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Schwerkraftprojektionsgerät, when one Tetris is not enough

Stephen Lavelle, also known as "increpare", has developed a new puzzle game called Schwerkraftprojektionsgerät, which combines four Tetris patterns.

Tetris (of EA) is dead, long live Tetris (of N3twork)!

Electronic Arts has announced the end of support for its Tetris games, but the puzzle game will still live thanks to a new developer and publisher.
4 block dungeon

4 Block Dungeon, a Tetris dungeon crawler

We thought that there couldn't be a Tetris themed battle royale and we were wrong, so I don't see why imagine a dungeon crawler based on one of the most famous games of all time is ...

Tetris 99 "battle royale" is free on Switch

A new Tetris was announced during yesterday's Nintendo Direct. This new chapter, exclusively multi-player, is called Tetris 99, but has already been (jokingly) renamed "Tetris battle royale". The title, in fact, sees 99 players ...

Tetris World Championship, the seven-time world champion has been beaten

During the weekend the Classic Tetris World Championships were held at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo. In an incredible climax, seven-time champion Jonas Neubauer was defeated by Joseph ...

Polygon draws up a list of the best 500 titles ever, with a first place ...

Polygon, the well-known American site, has recently completed 5 years of activity. What way to celebrate the best occasion if not to draw up a list of the best 500 titles ever? 100 for each year ...

A game on Tetris as you drive a truck to Russia

This is undoubtedly one of the most particular news that I found in front of me. It seems that someone has found the famous Tetris game hidden in the dashboard display of some Russian trucks. The series of ...

Microsoft Announces Plan To Acquire Bethesda Parent ZeniMax - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN - (BUSINESS WIRE) - ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the video games and consoles industry "Microsoft Announces Plan To Acquire Bethesda Parent ZeniMax" Microsoft has announced ...

Doom Eternal arrives on Xbox Game Pass on October 1st

The first fruits of the marriage between Xbox and Bethesda begin to be seen: Doom Eternal will join the Xbox Game catalog ...

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