If on the basis of any game from real life they make a computer game, this is absolutely normal and quite usual. Computer backgammon, chess, checkers, football, etc. - The usual thing. But when a "hard" game is invented on the basis of a computer game, it already looks a little ... funny. At present, we are still inclined to perceive "virtual", "computer" reality as the second, and "hard" - as the first. But, someday, perhaps, this division will go away.
Tetris Link is a logic game. At first glance, it looks like an ordinary Tetris. Only now, the plastic squares, unlike those depicted using pixels, will not disappear anywhere after assembling a horizontal line or some area of the same color. Therefore, the game is played differently.
The goal of this game is to place all the elements on the game board, or leave as few unplaced elements as possible on your hands.