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3D Tetris
3DTetris
Box Art

Developer

T&E Soft

Publisher

Nintendo

Composer

Ken Kojima

Platform

Virtual Boy

Release Date

March 22 1996

Genre

Puzzle

Mode

Single Player

Distribution

Cartridge

3D Tetris was a game for the doomed Virtual Boy.

DeveloperEdit

T&E Soft decided to release a 3D port of Tetris that used the 3D features of the Virtual Boy. They decided to first release it to the North American market, then the Japanese market. However, the Virtual Boy was discontinued soon after due to lack of interest in the system. It was the last game on the Virtual Boy.

GameplayEdit

This version uses a three dimensional playing field, with a similar play-style to the 2D revisions. It allows you to place the blocks horizontally and vertically, meaning that they can move the blocks four directions.

This game utilises three modes of play: Center Fill, 3D Tetris and Puzzle, it also allows you to pick from three difficulty levels. The Puzzle Mode was not usual for a Tetris game. It allowed the player to replicate a displayed pattern to score points. It allowed the user to save progress in Puzzle Mode and High Scores.

ReceptionEdit

The game was met to decent, mostly scoring around 50-60% reception.

Publication/Aggregator Score
Moby Games 64/100
Game Informer 6/10

Video Games and Computer Entertainment

80/100
Entertainment Weekly 25/100
Nintendojo 5.6/10
Nintendo Life 8/10

ScreenshotsEdit

Gameplay

SourcesEdit

Wikipedia Article

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