IGN is reporting that The Tetris Company and developer Blue Planet Software have forged an agreement with THQ which will allow the publishing giant to develop titles based on the classic formula for consoles up until the year 2004. At the moment things look promising for Nintendo Gamecube fans amongst others. What are THQ planning to do with the license? No details were given in the accompanying interview with IGN, but we would think that a cutesy three-dimensional puzzler would be on the cards.
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