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edit Tod420.png

A judge has recently ruled that "fan games" (homemade games implementing the same rules as Tetris) infringe the copyright in Tetris. I removed a screenshot of such a fan game, but Mattsnow reverted. I don't want Wikia to get in trouble. --Tepples (talk) 01:05, June 23, 2012 (UTC)

Considering you are the uploader of the picture, you can choose to have it removed. Since you listed it on QVFD, I deleted it for you. --Pwn head Sir Xam Ralco the Mediocre 01:40, June 23, 2012 (UTC)

edit We need more backwards Rs.

We have a few backwards Rs we don't have. Change them, for consistency; Aleksey Pazhitnov is a russian guy. He made tetris. 20:38, May 26, 2017 (UTC)

An article written 60% in code would be no funnier than an article written 50% in code. The article is protected for one year because you are not funny and because protecting it for just one month did not stop you. Spıke Radiomicrophone20:41 26-May-17
Actually, you are wrong. AAAAAAAAA! exists. It is 100% in code and it is 100% funnier than an article written 50% in code. Therefore, an article written 60% in code is in fact 20% funnier (do the math)! 20:10, July 8, 2017 (UTC)
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