@s_h_a_d_o - I'm glad I took advantage of that offer, but the additional DLC like the Hexagon-shape just diluted the series. @PHILRYABKIN - He forsook me... wait, is it forsaken?... anyway, he for-something me when I needed him most. I was building down the centre and had two massive gaps down either side where I desperately needed an I shape. He just kept pounding me with square blocks until I drowned in his fury :( @MAILER_DAEMON - I see you know the chant of the Tetris-believer ^_^ Believe ye firmly in the Z shape, and shun the anti-Z and all his vanities! @lazyhoboguy - Quarth, eh? It sounds like something a Shakespearian character might blurt out. Anyway, I'd give it a go but the Tetris god tells me to shun all Quarthan images. @sandlot76 - Nobody ever SEES the Tetris god. He's way up high, dropping blocks on yo ass like there's no tomorrow. If you take the time to look up then you'll miss the T shape and block yourself from clearing a line. @Elraptor - I wish there was a way I could BLOCK your pun XD @-INKling- - No need, I remember it well. That was Fry's "What if?" episode where life was like a videogame, right?
Sometimes, if you are pure of heart and seek to embetter mankind, the Tetris god will give you l shapes abound.
If you are wicked in your ways, and seek not to aid your fellow man, the Tetris god will rain useless square blocks down upon your head when what you really need is an inversedZ.
Yet regardless of how you live your life, it eventually slots into his master plan.
The Bust-a-move god is just a maniac, though.
Does the tetris god have any commandments for us to follow? Or are we to pursue order amongst chaos as we see fit? (Get it, "fit"? Ha ha ha. Well, it made me laugh anyway.)
I love tetris and still play the original gameboy and nes versions constantly. I just tried a game called quarth on gameboy that is really fun too. Its a puzzle game as well.
The Tetris God has always been with me. After all I love the Hell outta Tetris and it's still fun to play once in awhile. :D