Tetris Jr. PC
In 1996, the Tetris Company launched the Tetris Jr., a pocket key
chain Tetris. It was about 2½"×2" in size and thus probably the smallest
way to play Tetris. As a publicity stunt, they distributed this freeware
program, which emulated the key chain game very closely, offering the
same eight games.
The buttons below the game window have no function. They are just there
for realism. The menus are accessed through right-click, rare among 16-bit
Windows games (Slider works the same
help for an introduction or simply start the game with
the space bar. To move the window, you can click anywhere too.
There is a more elaborate 32-bit version.
Since Windows 95 supports transparency in windows, it could even emulate
the keychain and rounded corners of the original device.
- Developer: Blue Planet Software
- Year: 1997
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