Yes, it exists. A card game based around Tetris, a video game more addictive than meth. I watched a YouTube demo of this game and stopped it after a few seconds as the concept looked absolutely boring ... the exact opposite of the foundation game.
It seems odd that a company, Fundex in this case, would take a game where the technology is so tied into it and turn it into something static. It's not like you can't find Tetris to play on whatever gaming system/phone/iPad/handheld device you own. It's everywhere, like the phrase "it is what it is" and Hollister shirts. Hell, you can't avoid the game. This all raises the question: Who wants to play this?
There are only three markets I can see for this game. The first and most obvious is the hardcore Tetris addicts. Fundex must assume they'll want to continue playing when the power goes out and all batteries are dead. The next is the group who have never played the game (perhaps because they are terrified of the voodoo that must power any video game). It is doubtful these players are going to say, "Well, I never wanted to play the video game, but a card game based on it seems like loads of fun!" The third and final group is the Amish. The Amish's sans technology life (except when you get sent into the real world around the age of 18 in order to flirt with Satan) means that game consoles don't readily find their way into the community built houses. Basing a game on an Amish demographic seems like a bad idea.
I love Tetris, as noted by my many posts. I will not be buying this game as I am not Amish or an idiot. More power to the people who play it, however. Maybe next you'll get the card game based on Dance Dance Revolution.