When my Video Games Live Volume One CD came in the mail, I was immediately interested in listening to the Tetris Piano Opus. There’s always something about hearing that repetitive, but addicting, little theme. It makes you want to build buildings out of oddly shaped bricks – not to mention gets stuck in your head for the next two weeks. But put yourself in this scenario: 1) You don’t own Tetris, and 2) You have the internet. So you go online to find the game, but Google comes back with some less the desired results.
This is what happens when you trust the internet with a classic game.
#3) Invisible Tetris
So it’s one thing to play Tetris for a while and get really good at it. It’s an entirely different thing when the game goes invisible on you.
While this version of the game is hard to find on the internet, you can see just how unfair (and ridiculous) a version like this can be.
So only having about a dozen blocks across getting too easy for you? That’s ok. Soviet Russia has you covered.
This game is not only unfair, but absolutely absurd. Going over 200 blocks across is a feat in itself. Playing the game until you actually get a Tetris? Pointless.
It is a fun gimic though.
#1) Bastet AS3
This one will just make you mad. Someone decided to program a game of Tetris that actually always gives you the “worst possible block”. Congrats if you complete a line, let alone five lines.