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DISH Network bringing Tetris to your TV


3:00 AM on 02.06.2010
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The Tetris Company has dominated the mobile market and has a presence on almost every platform ever. So the only thing left is for The Tetris Company to beam Tetris straight into your brains. Or in this case, straight from your TV.

The Tetris Company and Oberon Media are working with DISH Network to bring the addictive puzzle game right through your Television sets for just $2.99 a month. You'll be able to play Tetris with your remote control and  particiapte in tournaments for prizes and spots on the national leader boards. There will be two game types for Tetris TV -- Marathon mode where you'll have to work through 15 challenges and 40-Lines where you have to clear 40 lines the fastest.

I'm really liking this push for casual social gaming on large scale terms. This is the future, people.

Tetris TV to Puzzle DISH Network Users [Industry Gamers]






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