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Tetris: Charity Edition!

rated 3.75 / 5 stars
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Apr 1, 2009 | 4:32 AM EDT

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I-Mockery is proud to present this special charity edition of Tetris. Simply make it to level 3 and we will automatically make a donation to save starving children in a poor village on your behalf! You can't lose and neither can the children in need of help... unless you're so bad at Tetris that you can't even make it to level 3. Here are the simple controls for the game:

Arrow Keys = Move
Space = Rotate

Thanks to all of you who take the time to play this! You're really doing some good for the world! Who would've thought so much good could come from playing a simple online Flash game? Hooray! Hooray! HOORAAAAAAAY!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I had a good laugh when the NES characters started rolling in at level 2.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Some people just don't get black humor... Anyway, it's a funny game. Not great, but funny and unexpected.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

The joke you're trying to pull off here is way too extreme to be funny ( at least for me), and the joke just comes off as rude and offensive to be funny.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

OK, I'm all for the fun of Tetris, and I'm all for the charity donations, but to make it so that there is practically no way to get far or even to the third level, and to top it off when you lose you basically get a giant middle finger because you couldn't complete getting to the third level is pretty far fetched and in honesty, quite uncalled for. I mean, I should have figured this sort of thing when I saw this game was made by "I-Mockery", but to mock something such as something that is ACTUALLY a pressing matter and to go as far as to call you a jerk because you did something that was impossible because for SOME reason you get Ryu from Street Fighter and Simon Bellmont from Castlevania is completely ridiculous. This game HAD potential, but then I just lost interest after the first time. The second time I got farther, but after that, it lost its appeal rather quickly.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

I'm someone who may laugh at a dirty joke, but promising something, especially such a noble thing, and then to just say "screw you", that's going too far.

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