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Submitted by triverse 833d ago | review

Globulous Review by Gaming on Batteries

Triverse writes, "Tetris, the game that probably is the biggest reason, at least entertainment wise, for the Soviet Union to be kept running as long as it was able to (Alexey Pajitnov, creator of Tetris, was not the recipient of the royalties earned from the phenomenal sales- the Soviet government was). No matter though as a few sequels hit, tribute games were created by other companies (EA being one of the biggest with their “Blockout” title on the Sega Genesis and subsequent licensing of Tetris on mobile devices). On the Nintendo 64 there was a little known 3D circular take on the Tetris formula called Tetrisphere." (Android, Globulous, iPad, iPhone) 85/100

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