Created in the Soviet Union by artificial intelligence researcher Alexey Pajitnov in 1984 and released in the United States as a Spectrum HoloByte IBM PC version in 1987.
Tetris is a classic puzzle video game in which seven variations of tetriminos, geometric shapes composed of four square blocks. Blocks fall in a random sequence from above as the player manipulates their arrangement to make a horizontal line of ten tetriminos without gaps. Completing a line causes it to disappear and the tetriminos above to fall. Completing four rows at once is called a Tetris. When a certain number of lines are cleared, the game enters a new level, with the tetriminos gradually picking up speed.
The Tetris arcade game ends when the tetriminos reach the top of the playfield and no new tetriminos are able to enter.
|Dimensions:||26"W x 40"L x 76"H|
|Power:||120v AC, 3amps|
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