Games of the Generation
It’s difficult to find someone who hasn’t played Tetris at least once in their lifetime. Since its original release in 1984, we’ve seen the tile-matching game available in various iterations on pretty much every gaming machine since: Game Boy, Amiga, Spectrum, and the list goes on and on.
Tetris has become one of those franchises that has gone beyond a screen to become a cultural phenomenon. And while its tried-and-tested formula sees it remaining one of the best-selling games of all time, it’s hard to deny that – after 36 years – it feels a bit stale in the modern gaming climate.
Shaking up a veteran series such as this seems like it would be a monumental task, but Monstars and Resonair managed to do…