Out of Eight writes: "Magnets are fun! They help us decorate our refrigerators and, uh, magnets are fun! But even more fun would be a computer game involving magnets: that'd be like double the fun. Or something. Magnetis is a puzzle game in the vein of Tetris or Dr. Mario (also known as "a total rip-off of Tetris"), where falling blocks must be matched and matched quickly, or else. Or else what? You do not want to know, my friend. This particular puzzle game was released on the magic white rectangular prism known to laymen as the Wii way back in 2009 C.E., and now it's the PC's turn. Should puzzle enthusiasts be drawn to Magnetis, or do opposites, in fact, repel?"