Yesterday we noted that & # 39; Tetris & # 39; & # 39; Tetris Bliztz & # 39; disappeared from Google Play. Although there are many alternatives (original copies), EA was licensed to publish under delivery & # 39; Tetris & # 39 ;, a game that dates back to the 80s, and that almost everyone has played in their life.
After being removed from Google Play, the game is back. We do this under the developer account of N3TWORK Inc., who now owns the Tetris license, as we see on its official website, and who published a while ago & # 39; Tetris Royale & # 39; The game is free and, although it has ads, it doesn't matter when we throw in a few games.
Lifetime Tetris returns to Google Play
Although & # 39; Tetris & # 39; s not going to require a presentation, it does summarize its functionality, because mathematically there are chances that one might not play it. Tetris contains equal pieces of different shapes and sizes which falls from the top of the screen to complete the wall without leaving spaces.
The more pieces we have in common, the more points we will get and we will increase. High level, the pieces fall off quickly, so the game is getting more and more frustrating, as it started out a bit. Here there are no multiplayer modes, cooperative methods, a war of war anything like that. The game is based on putting the pieces in their place, without much.
In the case of this version of Tetris, the effect is outstanding. The performance is excellent, because the heavy game works well on any Android phone, and it has two points to look at. The first is that the haptic response we have while playing
This ancient version of Tetris is amazing for good integration and vibration for Android, as well as the possibilities for customizing the game interface
On the other hand, we can customize the flexibility of the wall we play, with classic locations that mimic 8-bit game, monsters, sketches, etc. In short, a very effective suggestion that you can enjoy for free. The game has ads, but only appears before starting games, so don't interrupt the user's experience.