By Andrew Liszewski
Tetris is one of those games that never needs improving, but this ‘360’ version of the game adds an interesting twist. The Tetriminos pieces appear in the center of the handheld game’s 2 x 2 1/2-inch LCD screen and will fall towards the bottom like with normal Tetris, but you can change what side of the screen is considered the bottom by physically rotating the game. This also means that lines can be completed on all sides of the screen, and yes, like with classic Tetris the pieces can be rotated as they fall with the push of one of four sets of buttons. $29.95 from Hammacher Schlemmer.