Tetris Effect Review (TSA) | N4G

TSA writes: “Whether it’s the greyscale monochrome of a battered Game Boy or the bright colours of a flatscreen TV, Alexey Pajitnov’s exquisitely simple Tetris has an almost hypnotic effect. When you stop playing your brain can’t quite let those six shapes go, projecting them onto the back of your eyelids, the side of buildings, or the morning mirror while you brush your teeth. This is known as the Tetris Effect, and while its been experienced by players since Tetris’ inception, 2018 is the year that it becomes real.”

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