Basic Idea: Pray for that long tetrad after you pile a skyscraper on one side.
Review: Most people first played this on the Gameboy, but sometimes you just want a big screen. Easy to learn for anyone in any culture and incredibly addictive. There have been many a night I’ve gone to bed, closed my eyes, and couldn’t help but see falling tetrads.
The version released by Nintendo is fine enough. It’s crisp, user-friendly, and has some cool endings depending on how many points you get or lines you complete. However, I prefer the unlicensed game by Tengen. Not only does it have the basic game, you can also play against or with a friend, or against or with the computer. The variety easily makes it the more interesting game.