At some point in your life, you have most likely played a little block stacking game named Tetris. How much would you pay for it? Couple bucks? How about $1,000,000 big ones?

From Did you know that the Sega Genesis  version of Alexey Pajitnov's Tetris is exceedingly rare? That there are reportedly only about ten copies of this cartridge in the wild?

Then you're probably not in the market for a million dollar copy of Tetris. What could possibly command such an outlandish price? This particular copy of Tetris for Sega's 16-bit console was signed by Pajitnov himself, according to the owner of this "rare, exclusive, elusive, obscure and desirable centerpiece."

There has to be someone out there that would shell out the cash for this it you?