The problem with all of these April Fools' shenanigans
is that some of the fake games, peripherals and features people dream up are actually quite awesome
. Case in point is this first-of-April report on the WiiWare version of Tetris
which, according to a conveniently broken-linked Famitsu source, will feature 3D manipulation of the pieces in what looks to be a mélange of Jenga
Steven Spielberg's Boom Blox
We get the joke ("what a hilariously awkward take on such a hard-to-mess-up gameplay formula!"), but we have to admit we're intrigued by the potential of taking Tetris
in a new direction. Nintendo had previous success with its alternate Tetris
modes in the Nintendo DS version of the game. Maybe a physics-based iteration of the tetromino-tilting title isn't such a crazy idea after all.