Tetris gets quadrupled in new puzzler Eklips
A square deal
The basic concept still applies: complete a string of blocks to clear it from the grid. But in Eklips, you aren't confined to the vertical plane, but can drag shapes around the central block and place the piece from any side.
As each concentric square grows with your block placement, you'll need to carefully place your pieces to chain combos and create space for future blocks.
Eklips' four-sided puzzlings is divided between two difficulty modes, and is costs £1.49 / $1.99 on iPad and iPhone.