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Tetris 2

Tetris 2 (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Unknown
AKA: Tetris Flash (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/??/1993
JP
09/21/1993

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royalranger says: "I'm sure that by now, you've had to have heard of the great game called ''Tetris,'' a Russian puzzle game universally introduced when Tengen released it illegally for the NES and universally accepted as a smash hit when Nintendo released it legally for the same system. With the great success of Tetris, both on the NES and on the GameBoy, several sequels and similar games were released, including great games like Dr. Mario and Tetris Attack. Tetris 2 was another Tetris..."
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