OK, I'm the author of The Untold History of Japanese Game Developers, and I've not posted here in years. But I'm working on Volume 3 and have made a discovery regarding Tetris for Sega Genesis. During a discussion with one of my Japanese Sega interviewees he expressed sadness at the Sega Genesis version of Tetris being manufactured by Sega of America, a full warehouse apparently, and then having to tell them they can't sell them, and all copies being destroyed. He said "Genesis" and "Sega of America" in Japanese, and I clarified that he was referring to copies intended for the US market, which he confirmed. Now, we all know about the Japanese Mega Drive version. And there are repro carts which say Genesis, but this would have been around... I want to say 1989? So using the older style boxes with metallic logo. I presume this information has never come up? At the time I mentioned the JPN MD version, and he said those were were leaked illegally and he didn't know who from. So I'm posting this first to reveal it, but mainly to ask if it's already known, and does anyone with an original JPN MD copy, would you be willing to provide a hi-res photo to illustrate this part of the interview? I recall one guy on this forum (from Spain?), had a signed copy by Pajitnov. But there's so many repros of it now, that finding a decent photo is tough. I suppose I could just put a repro photo up if needed. I will credit your name to the photo and... Maybe email you a digital copy of V1 or V2 if you like? Any questions do ask, but I didn't really get anything more than that.