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Mikko Kankainen CanTris version 091002

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Posted 15 years ago | Reviews | Chris Tilley 3 comments

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.

Read: Mikko Kankainen CanTris 091002
Posted on 22 June 2009 at 11:19By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

Jake's Avatar Jake 26 June 2009 4:50:59 PM
John, I HATE Tetris (in fact, hate most games), but your reviews are so thorough, so well-written that I will always read them.

Anybody who can get me to peruse an entire article on something I can't stand, writes in rare company.

Many thanks, and all best,
CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 01 July 2009 1:31:20 AM
Well, in contrast to Jake, I like Tetris (and lots of other games), and CanTris is without doubt the best version out there. Incredible attention to detail, nice user interface, lots of options, and all for free! As usual, John covers all the bases well in terms the average user can understand. Nice work, John - and nice work, Mikko!
Hurricane John's Avatar Hurricane John 06 July 2009 7:26:03 AM
Thank you for the kind words, glad you enjoyed the review.
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