orb3000 · Oct 27, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Tetris Live Wall Paper for Android

I´m sure you remember Tetris. Well, now thanks to XDA moderator jug6ernaut, you can have it as a live wall paper on your Android device.
Watch how blocks come down and get on place at the bottom of your home screen with this nice and colorful original theme. Despite it´s still on beta stage and some bugs are expected, the wall paper looks nice and works quite well.
The developer mentions that it should work on any WVGA device, but please leave feedback if you have issues.

Originally posted by jug6ernaut
Tetris LWP Public Beta (V0.7.02)

I am using this thread as a Public Beta for my program Tetris LiveWallpaper.

Anyone can use this software, thought it is meant for currently meant for WVGA phones, i can not attest to how it will work on any other res phone. My only plea is that if you download my software that you leave a small comment in this thread with your thoughts, problem you might have, stuff you would like to see, ect.

I reserve the right to sell in the future. Right now i plan to ether make it adware or have a free and pay for versions. Though this is not set in stone.

Here is my list of what i am working on adding in the future, tho not in this order.

You can find more information in the live wallpaper thread.


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