The newly updated “Tetris Blitz” shows off a retro theme, with 80s background music and 30th anniversary avatars to celebrate three decades of addictive arrangements.
It’s the same game that’s been beloved since it was born in Moscow in 1984: Rearrange falling blocks, called Tetriminos, in the stack below by rotating them into place. If you do it correctly with no gaps, you score major points as you wipe out entire rows and keep going.
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