I cannot express how many hours I have lost to this addictive little puzzle game.
Spanning all the way back in 1984 in Moscow, computer scientist Alexey Pajitnov as a way to pass the time. After years of controversy, political tension, backstabbings, scandals, and shady under the table dealings, the game finally got its mass appeal with the Gameboy release in 1989.
This game has been released on a wide variety of consoles, arcade cabinets, board games, a jenga tower, your TI-84 calculator, or even a building. It has been reinvented and reincarnated so many times. Its truly a universal game anybody and pick up and not put down for hours.