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Today EA re-launched Tetris Blitz onto Android under the name Tetris Blitz: 2016 Edition. This is a fast-paced version of Tetris with an additional twist. This update to the game includes new ways to progress, and a more competitive experience with all new enhanced leaderboards.
One game that has survived generations of advancement in technology and in the gaming industry as a whole is Tetris. The simple arcade puzzler of falling blocks is always fun to kill some time with. There have been plenty of Tetris spin-offs to arrive over the past years and Cumulus is a new one that’s now available on Android.
The popular Facebook game Tetris Battle is now on the Ouya in the form of Tetris Battle: Fusion. Fusion combines classic falling tetromino gameplay with frantic multiplayer.
Back in April of this year Electronic Arts released the first ever freemium version of a Tetris game onto Android in a limited soft release called Tetris Blitz. As with any ‘blitz’ style of game, in this one your goal is to get as high of a score as possible within a given amount of time. In this case you have two minutes to rack up as many points as possible.
The classic puzzle game that seems to somehow manage to survive after all this time, Tetris, is now available on the Amazon AppStore for free for today only as Amazon’s free app of the day. While we are pretty sure everyone on the planet knows what Tetris is, and probably owns a copy of the game in one form or another, if you happen to have access to the Amazon AppStore, you can grab a copy of it today for free.
EA has just released a free version of Tetris, the official Tetris that is and not any sort of slight variant version that you can find on the Android Market by searching for Tetris. However, by releasing this free version, EA has almost made the paid versions pointless.
It seems either EA Mobile is currently confused as to how the Android Market works or perhaps they got into another exclusive deal with another carrier, either way though it seems EA Mobile have been busy removing, re-uploading, changing prices and more with their games.
While attempting to flash my Nexus One back to Android 2.1 for some development testing I noticed that the crew over at AndroidSpin have posted that the Official Tetris game by EA is now available on the Android market. The official version of the game has been available since Android’s release it was only available for purchase on outside market websites like Mobihand.
Word has just got out that pretty much every single Tetris close has been yanked off the Android market following a C&D order sent to Google from The Tetris Company LLC. 35 separate titles have been named in the DMCA notice that requests Google to pull them from the Android market which they now have been. We’ve managed to dig up copy of the DMCA notice.