At this point you don't need anyone to tell you anything about Tetris. The game that came from the extinct Soviet Union became a mass phenomenon, but its developer Alekséi Pázhitnov didn't see a single ruble back then. Despite its age, it's still going and there are hundreds of versions that we can play, such as Tetris Plus, specially designed for Windows.
A Tetris adapted to modern times
This version of probably the most popular game of logic of the video game world has been designed so as to be adapted to different control options: keyboard, touchscreen or mouse. You can relive those moments that you surely remember nostalgically.
Tetris never disappoints you, regardless of its age.
But don't expect great graphics. In any case, when did we start demanding excellent graphics for games likes Tetris? We've even played this game for hours non-stop on liquid crystal screens where we've probably lost a large chunk of our eyesight...