History of Tetris

Tetris is the term used to refer to the Russian original video game designed by Alexey Pajitnov in 1984.

This created the very first version of Tetris on Elektronika60 a Soviet computer.

This game has become one of the most popular in the world, is considered one of the greatest classics in the history of video games as well as Pong or Pac-Man.

It is played with one or more relatively simple rules, but requires skill and intelligence.


The Tetris pieces, upon which the game are called \x26quot;tetrominoes\x26quot;. There are seven different forms, all based on an assembly of four squares (because the word \x26quot;Tetris\x26quot; comes from the Greek prefix \x26quot;tetra\x26quot; means \x26quot;four\x26quot;)

The seven parts are as follows.:.


In theory, each tetromino has a color of its own, as seen above. Some players refer to parts only this detail. However, the color of the pieces can vary from one version to another Tetris.


The game was released in Europe and the United States in 1987. The success is immediate and continues to grow.

Indeed, Tetris had the privilege of being the \x26quot;Best Electronic Game of the Month\x26quot; in 1997, the best selling game on the iPod in January 2007, the best-selling game of all time with over 100 million download on mobile in 2010 ... among others.


After humble beginnings in Russia, Tetris has become a global phenomenon suitable for people of all ages around the world.

That\x26#39;s why, Tetris and its creator Alexey Pajitnov has been the recipient of numerous awards and distinctions.
Also, because of its unique yet simple randomness, Tetris is the puzzle game that has the biggest hit of all time with over 60 million players!.

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