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Tetris (Game Boy)

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Developer(s): Nintendo
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Game Boy
Category: Puzzle
Players: Single player, multiplayer
Predecessor: Tetris (Tengen)
Successor: Tetris (NES)
Release dates
N. America: August 1989
Japan: June 14, 1989
Europe: September 1990
China: 1995 (Mani 4 in 1)
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Tetris is a Game Boy game, and Nintendo's first version of the puzzle game Tetris. In addition to the main game, this version featured two player battles via the Game Link Cable.

Release data

Title Cover art Platform Release date(s) Notes
Special Link Bundle (Rev 0)/DMG-TRAT Game Boy 1989 A Japan-only bundle for Tetris (v1.0) and the Link Cable.

Rev 1 Game Boy Unknown In Japan, there are two internal revisons; v1.0 (Special Link Bundle release) and v1.1. V1.1 (most copies) contain the Korobeiniki theme for A-Type music, but v1.0 contains Minuet.
Mani Game Boy 1995 In Hong Kong, Mani released the 4 in 1: Tetris, Tennis, Alleyway, Yakuman. It included this game and the others in one special M161 Game Boy Game Pak. Other 4 in 1 Game Paks were available for non-Nintendo intellectual property.

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