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Classic puzzle game Tetris is available today for free on the Amazon Appstore for today only. You know the drill: shaped blocks come down from the top of the screen, and you have to guide them down to create solid rows to make them disappear. Players earn bonus points for knocking out multiple rows at once, though the blocks come down faster as you plow onwards. The remake has a few new twists to the original, such as a variety of challenge missions and power-ups to help clear away blocks. 

The game's normally $2.99, so definitely worth picking up while it's free. Head on over to Amazon to get downloading. 

 

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Tetris available for free today on the Amazon Appstore

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I already have it from the Play Store when it was a $0.10 or $0.99 deal but I grabbed it from Amazon too, just because.

I would, but the amazon app store restarts my phone and destroys my battery. till they fix the app, I wont take any free app from them

LOL you can still get the app without downloading. Just log on to Amazon thru a web browser and get it that way and save it for another phone

Really? That's strange. I still use my 2yr old Droid Incredible & I don't see any reboots or battery impact from the Amazon Appstore.

I was having massive battery drain issues suddenly months ago and clearing out the app data and relogging in fixed the issue for me. Amazon never ever shows up as battery drain for me on any of my devices.

It is about freaking time that Amazon put out a quality application for free. It has been several months since they released a title worthy of downloading.

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Yup, apparently amazon free apps only available in the US according to the terms of use. time to delete the amazon app on my s3....

Please don't make me reinstall the Amazon App Store. I finally got away from it, I don't wanna be tempted back.

Seriously...why does it need info about my networks? why does it need network access at all? Change network activity state?

I'll pass. Just like I do on probably 90% of the amazon free apps for the same reasons.