Well I was wondering about a few things for a while. I know a few things about some of the regular members, but not all that much either. You can talk about anything else you want. It doesn't have to be Tetris related. These are my answers to the questions: 1. I already mentioned this in my introduction thread when I joined a while back. A few months ago I bought a NDS and a friend of mine was like totally obsessed by TDS and he recommend it. At first I didn't think it was anything special and I just ignored him. But when he lent me some of his games TDS was one of them. Before I even realized I ignored all "great" games he lent me and was just playing TDS. I was obsessed by the Tetris points and improving my scores. I was addicted so I bought the game. I still remember feeling great when I had over 15.000 Tetris Points and thinking how great I was. It's when I stumbled across www.cyberscore.net/ and saw someone with over 40.000 Tetris Points that I started doing some serious research about Tetris. I learned about T-Spins and how they can improve your score and I started looking for T-Spin strategies. That's how I found this great community. Funny thing is I haven't really tried to learn T-Spins at all and since I joined and I haven't played TDS all that much any more. It's been a little over 2 months since I started playing and I consider myself a noob. But I take comfort in knowing that a lot of players out there are even worse than me! 2. At first I played only TDS. Then there was a period where I experimented with different Tetris variants from Nintendo. I loved Tetris advance and learned about infinity at that time because there was a setting to turn it off in the game. When I joined this site I started playing TDS less in favor of LJ and the TGM series. And recently I have been playing around with Heboris and Texmaster too. I want to obtain a high Wifi rating in TDS, but currently my top priority is to improve my game and speed in order to get better at TGM. So basically I haven't really played a lot of multiplayer games so far. I've played some TDS Wifi games, but that's it so far. At first I played almost 5 to 6 hours a day. But recently I limit this to 1 to 2 hours a day on average and I take some breaks once in a while. 3. As if I didn't have enough trouble with improving my play in Tetris I started looking for other puzzle/block games not so long ago too. There must be other games like Tetris which should keep me busy is what I thought. Also taking a short Tetris break once in a while seems to help. From the games I've looked into currently the Puyo Puyo and Panel de Pon (TA) franchise seem the most interesting. Tetris Attack was the first one that caught my attention for obvious reasons. At first I thought that there would be other interesting block/puzzle games I should be good at. The hard reality is that I seem to suck at almost all of them. I like these kind of games, but I clearly need to work hard in order to be good at them. By the way when I was looking for more information about Tetris Attack I found the site www.tetrisattack.net/ where colour_thief is or used to be a member. If I remember correctly I read that you retired. Two weeks ago I bought Puzzle Planet League. Currently my high score in score attack is close to 25.000 and the highest chain I made is 18 using exploding lift and the stylus. Considering there are videos floating online with scores of 300.000+ I am still nowhere. I know this isn't really the place to ask this stuff but CT if you have any tips on how to improve at TA please do share them with me here or just pm me. I read the pros play using buttons so I may try that later. So far Planet Puzzle League, Minna de Puyo Puyo (GBA) and Puyo Puyo Fever are the games that keep me busy when I'm not playing Tetris games. As for the past one could say I am a casual gamer. I have played a lot of games on different consoles and PC. In the first place because my older brother is a hardcore gamer.