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Tetris Attack

Platform : Nintendo Super NES
Rated: Everyone
41 customer reviews

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Product Description

The player must arrange blocks in horizontal or vertical lines of three or more matching colors by swapping blocks horizontally two at a time. As matching lines are formed, the blocks are cleared from the screen and any blocks above them fall into the gaps.

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  • ASIN: B00004TMTK
  • Product Dimensions: 0.7 x 5.3 x 3.4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,734 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 7, 2002
Tetris Attack actually has little to do with the original Tetris except for the name. The object is to clear the blocks that keep rising in your screen by lining up a minimum of three of the same kind. Sound easy? It might be at first, but the longer you play the faster it goes and the harder it gets.
This game was the first one I bought when I bought my system a couple years back. For the first week, I was addicted, even seeing the screen in my sleep. It's still one of my favorites. When I'm looking to relax, I stick this game in and enjoy.
If you've never given Tetris Attack a chance, you're in for a treat. Get a copy of the game today and enjoy the puzzle.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard Veysey on June 12, 2003
I rented this when it first came out, after hearing about it in Nintendo Power Magazine. I played it, and soon after recieved it as a birthday gift, one which my mom was pleased to give me since it was something we could both do together.
Although it doesn't seem to have anything to do with the original Tetris, it is still a great game, with a two player mode, computer vs. mode with dificulty ranging from easy to the secret very hard mode (found with a code given after completing hard mode), an endless (go till you lose) mode, a story mode (clear a certain amount of blocks), and a puzzle mode.
If you like puzzle games that last for a long time, prepare to be pleased by one of the last great games for SNES. I believe that there is a Pokemon game for N64 similar to this if you no longer or never have had a SNES, which is a good alternative, I suppose (although I am getting sick of Pokemon).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Shana on January 28, 2003
THIS GAME IS THE BEST GAME EVER (next to Shanghai of course). This game is so much fun and very addictive. My Brother (31) and I (28) have competitions whenever we are on the same side of the US and I we have so much fun. It really depends on hand-eye soordination and fast thinking. Even the one player modes are excellent. This is definitely the best version of Tetris. It may look like a kids game, but it is perfect for adults.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jacktheidiotdunce on January 2, 2007
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This game was released about ten or twelve years ago on the Super Nintendo and gameboy. Read another review to see about how they repackaged this game for Nintendo 64.

A new kind of Tetris. Should it be called Tetris? Yes! It's good enough.

Concept/Gameplay: This game gives a new concept to the Tetris. There are many out there now, and this may be one of the first innovations. Tetris 2?I do not know. The concept uses two crosshair squares which are used to switch block orders. You want to switch block orders in rows or/and columns(not in Tetris) of three or more to remove blocks and not die similar to Tetris and/or Dr. Mario. You can (should) make combos to remove many blocks at once...it's complicated! Speeds go faster too.

Another thing to note is that the blocks go up instead of fall down. There is no bricklaying like tetris. It is all done for you, and you must clean up the mess as blocks continue to move up gradually to quickly.

There is a tutorial for beginners and people who want to improve. This is a good feature to have. It shows a lot of possible combos and how to begin, and very detailed and shows everything exactly.

There are few game modes. Including multiplayer which is one of the best features...it is fun to compete with a friend. There is simply stages where you must eliminate all blocks a certain way in a a few turns, free play(play for forever), and stages(play for a certain amount of time and it gets more difficuly with time). Each level changes once you beat a certain amount of sections. You get to see a new screen and hear a new song. as you progress through levels.

There is also a password system to get back where you left off on the "few moves mode" or the "stage" mode. This is a nice feature.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 4, 2002
I can play this game for hours, when I do play it. I never get tired of competing with myself, seeing if I can do it faster, or last longer. I can feel my hand/eye co-ordination improve, after playing this game. I love the puzzle games the best.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jdealy999 on August 1, 2012
When I started getting interested in the Tetris series a while back, I fell in love with this particular title. It's Yoshi-themed, which adds to the touch. You have to line up 4 different like-shaped patterns in a column or row to make them disappear. The screen will start scrolling upwards to reveal more shapes. There are several different ways to play this game. My favorite method is Vs. Mode. You get to "battle" against Mario/Yoshi's archrivals, such as Lakitu, Raphael the Raven, and my personal favorite, Blargg. The soundtrack also suits each level. Some of it is relaxing, some of it gets downright intense, especially when you approach Bowser's Castle. Unfortunately, you CANNOT battle Bowser himself unless you are playing the ultra-hard mode. It's still fun getting there, though. I also like the puzzle mode.

So please don't overlook this game -- there are several reasons to love it. The Gameboy version is just as wonderful, albeit a few slight blemishes.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Everett P. Mcleod on September 4, 2013
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This game is a classic. played it at a friends as a kid and never owned the game until now. It's still fun to this day and offers some of the best vs. mode action for puzzle games. This game has a decent amount content such as Endless, Time Trial, Survival, Puzzle and vs. Mode. Vs. in 1P is kinda like a story mode, you play against the CPU to reach a goal and fight Kamek at the end. Heavily based on Yoshi's Island (one of the greatest SNES games of all time) you can also pick different characters in 2P vs. mode.

Only downside is that there is no internal memory for saving so you have to use passwords to continue which is a pain but the flipside is you can always google codes for this game and play harder puzzles.

Game can be fun for awhile by yourself but the game really shines with a second person.
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