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t’s undeniable that <em>Tetris</em> is a classic. It has gone down in history as the undisputed king of puzzle games, available for almost every platform under the sun, as well as running on everything from graphing calculators to oscilloscopes. It’s timeless formula excels through being both easy to understand but challenging to master, helping to cement its place both as one of the best-selling games of all time, and on many occasions leading to it being called one of the greatest games of all time.
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{{Infobox |title = Tetris
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|developer = Philips P.O.V. Entertainment Group
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|publisher = Philips Interactive Media Systems
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|released = 1992
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|platform = CD-i
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|boxart = Tetris_CD-i_box_front.jpg
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|title-scrn = Tetris_CD-i_title.png
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|ingame-scrn = Tetris_CD-i_gameplay.png
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|preview = 1
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|playfield = 10x20
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|hold = No
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|hard = Yes
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|system =
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}}
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'''''Tetris''''' was ported by Dutch electronics giant Philips to their CD-i game console in 1992.
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==Reception==
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The game was mostly ignored at the time due to the CD-i's commercial failure. More recently, its unusual "new age" style soundtrack by Jim Andron has gained a cult following.
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==See also==
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*[[Game]]s

Revision as of 05:14, October 21, 2019

Tetris was ported by Dutch electronics giant Philips to their CD-i game console in 1992.

Reception

The game was mostly ignored at the time due to the CD-i's commercial failure. More recently, its unusual "new age" style soundtrack by Jim Andron has gained a cult following.

See also

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