Gamertell writes: "Tetrid infuriated me to no end, yet I couldn't help returning to play it over and over. It's clearly inspired by Tetris - you must complete lines with blocks to eliminate them, earn points and beat the game. Except in Tetrid, the shapes aren't the traditional blocks we're all familiar with. Instead, there are blocks missing, creating new shapes that you have to work with. Just when you think you've gotten the hang of Tetrid, the game speeds up, the background and blocks start changing color and the in-game screen starts shifting from left to right".