Tetris Link, Perfect If You Don’t Have Power
Tetris is just one of those games that never gets old. Initially created in 1988 by Soviet Academy of Sciences researcher Alexey Pajitnov, Dmitry Pavlovsky and Vadim Gerasimov, Nintendo quickly grabbed the rights. Now, that is all fun and dandy if you have electricity and you can play it on your GameBoy, but what happens if its a Zombie Apocalypse out there? Well, the Tetris Link ($35 USD) may be the perfect distraction. The way it works is that you are provided with both pieces and a Tetris dice which you roll at every turn telling you which pieces are to come next. Clever, yeah we know.