Love it or loath it, most people are familiar with the PC gaming legend that is Tetris. One of the most ported games in history, available on PC's and consoles of all shapes, ages, sizes and descriptions, if you are a Tetris fan then your needs are likely well served on most platforms; but what about the Handheld PC?
John Ottini explores one such incarnation of the venerable brick stacking game in the form of Mikko Kankainen' CanTris version 091002. If you're a huge Tetris fan and have feel that you have a brick sized hole to fill in your H/PC life, or if the idea of pushing pushing bricks around for hours on end appeals then, without a word from us on the psychology of your obsession, it's over to John in his latest HPC:Factor review.
Nice article. The high scores are maintained in a file titled cantris.ini. This file is created or updated whenever you exceed a previously posted high score. The default lowest score you need to beat is 100 points. It is automatically displayed by doing nothing at the main game screen. It can be reset by simply deleting the file.