If you play Tetris long enough, you get in the zone -- and things suddenly start to make sense. For example, have you ever thought how Tetris, in a way, is a metaphor for life? Things starts out slow, but as you go on, life starts to come at you faster, and it all becomes more difficult. Trouble comes your way in different shapes and sizes, and you have to find a way to make it all fit together, and then go on to the next task. And all this, my friend, boils down to one thing: figuring out the best way to score.
Keyboard, controls movement of falling blocks by [ARROW] keys.
Do you really need tips to play tetris?