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**[[Tetris (Mirrorsoft)#BBC Micro/Acorn Electron Version|BBC Micro/Acorn Electron Version]]
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Revision as of 10:56, 19 February 2010

Official Tetris games pre-TTC

Legal disputes make the term official unclear for some early titles. To clarify, this list includes both licensed games and those developed under the pretense of having a license.

1985

1986

1987


1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

Official games licensed by The Tetris Company

By 1997, The Tetris Company was up and running, and the Tetris Guideline started to take shape.

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Uncertain

Other "-tris" games

Some games used the Tetris name or its '-tris' suffix in their titles, despite their distinctively different gameplay. Legal disputes make it unclear which early games used the name or suffix legally. The list below includes both licensed uses and uses by developers who have also made an official Tetris game.

Notable fan games and unlicensed games

There are many fan made derivatives of Tetris. Sometimes these games infringed on copyright and/or trademark, though nevertheless a number of them have fostered a large user base and have achieved some cultural importance. Other notables use of Tetris include: art medium (see Tetris Building), algorithmic exercises (see Tetris AI), and even testing equipment (as the game originally was made to do).

Tetris as easter eggs

Due to its relative easiness to program, Tetris is often used as an easter egg.


See also