Tetris User Reviews
Tetris for Gameboy, or the color-remade Tetris DX for Gameboy Color.
Welcome to the world of addicting-but-infuriating puzzle game genre.
The original was bundled with the original gray Gameboys, and was one of the reasons it sold so well. If you remember back then, the Supervision was released by Watara and Quickshot, and it’s bundled puzzle game was the Breakout clone, Crystball.
Tetris was the first Gameboy game with Link Cable capabilities, and was one of the first portable Tetris game to be released on a real console (i.e. Not on an LCD, on a handheld).
Now, if you’ve been living in a cave...
Fun for a few minutesThe bad:
What in the world point of this game? How could someone possibly give a 5? This is one of the worst game I ever played. It's so boring. All you do is drop squares and match colors or something. It doesn't sound too exiting does it? This game is alot like Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine and Dr. Mario. I bet you don't like to hear that do you? If so then I don't blame you.
I only reccomend this game to you if you are under 13. If you buy this game then you will most likely be dissapointed by it's suckiness. I suggest not listening to ANYONE who gives this game higher than a 2....
Simple yet challenging gameplay. Easy to pick up and learn.The bad:
No 2 player option.Summary:
One of the first Russian games to make it to America, Tetris was a simple puzzle game-just position falling blocks of different shapes to make solid lines of 1-3 rows, or even a "Tetris" of 4 lines for big points. But the pieces fall constantly and at increasing rates and if the stack gets too high, Game Over.
Like most puzzle games, the appeal here is in simple gameplay. It's easy enough for a beginner to pick up quickly and learn, with it's slow relaxed pace at first, yet it quickly gets intense and fast enough to challenge skilled players. Getting high scores and making significant progre...