After 20 Years of Tetris, Here Comes Tetris Party

The new Tetris for Wii offers a lot more than the original, including a variety of modes that'll keep you busy for hours

Next year marks the 20th anniversary of Tetris on Game Boy, and Nintendo intends to celebrate with Tetris Party, a new take on Alexey Pajitnov's classic puzzler. Available this October for Wii (via WiiWare) and costing 1200 points, the game has 18 different modes and variations of Tetris for both new and old generations. From motion controlled Tetris to online play, it's a sweet package and one of the fall's most promising games.

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