Tetris

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Amstrad CPC

Tetris · Cassette · 1991
Erbe Software S.A.
Tetris · Cassette · 1991
Mirrorsoft
Tetris · Floppy Disk 3' · 1991
Mirrorsoft
Tetris · Cassette · 1991
Mastertronic
Tetris · Floppy Disk 3' · 1991
Infogrames
Tetris · Cassette · 1991
MCM
Tetris · Floppy Disk 3' · 1991
MCM

Commodore 64/128

Tetris · Floppy Disk 5'25 · 1984
576 kbyte
Tetris · Cassette · 1988
Mirrorsoft
Tetris · Cassette · 1989
Mastertronic Plus

Commodore Amiga

Tetris · Floppy Disk 3,5' · 1984
Mirrorsoft

ZX Spectrum

Tetris · Cassette · 1984
MCM
Tetris · Cassette · 1984
Dro Soft
Tetris · Cassette · 1984
MCM
Tetris · Cassette · 1986
Andic
Tetris · Cassette · 1988
Mirrorsoft
Tetris · Cassette · 1988
Rafii Soft
Tetris · Cassette · 1989
Mastertronic
Tetris · Cassette · 1991
AcademySoft
Tetris · Cassette · 1991
Ultrasoft

Wikipedia

Tetris (Russian: Тетрис [ˈtɛtrʲɪs]) is a tile-matching video game created by Russian software engineer Alexey Pajitnov in 1984. It has been published by several companies, most prominently during a dispute over the appropriation of the game's rights in the late 1980s. After a significant period of publication by Nintendo, the rights reverted to Pajitnov in 1996, who co-founded The Tetris Company with Henk Rogers to manage Tetris licensing.

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Credits

Code - Adrian HYLAND (Amstrad CPC)

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Amstrad CPC · Infogrames

Fun fact

The Game Boy version of Tetris was the first game played in space. In 1993, Tetris traveled aboard a Soyuz TM-17 rocket to the MIR Space Station, where it was played by Russian cosmonaut Aleksandr A. Serebrov. The game was later sold at an auction for $1,220.