Much like Blokus and its variants, the goal of this strategic game is to chain together sets of colored tiles. Like Tetris and Connect 4, the tiles are played in a vertical grid instead.
Players roll a die to determine which tile (I, J, L, O, S, T, and Z pieces) to play (i.e. to be dropped into a grid), maintaining the semi-luck-based nature of the video game. Players attempt to link same-colored Tetriminos together to earn points, while simultaneously blocking opponents from doing the same. Points are earned by linking three or more Tetriminos together, but points are deducted for leaving empty spaces in the tower grid. The game ends once the tower is completely full, and the total points are counted.
The rules are pretty straight forward, yet strike a great balance of offensive and defensive play, making Tetris Link a simple, easy to learn but fun, and challenging game!
|Current Price||$31.50||11th January 2020|
|Highest Price||$79.99||22nd September 2019|
|Lowest Price||$31.50||11th January 2020|
Last price changes
|$31.50||11th January 2020|
|$58.89||12th November 2019|
|$63.00||7th November 2019|
|$64.88||28th October 2019|
|$79.99||22nd September 2019|