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Overall 6

Tetrisphere (N64): A good game, but wears thin quickly

Jenraux, Dooyoo
8 June 2010
  • Summary: Well this is quite a hard game to explain, and quite a hard game to play at first. But i'll have a go at it. Basically its like Tetris, but in a Sphere. There you go. You need to match up coloured blocks next to each other, when coloured blocks are aligned together they will cause a chain reaction that will cause the blocks to explode revealing the layer underneath.
  • Pros: A new take on tetris, has decent special effects, 2 player mode
  • Cons: Lacks variety, pretty much only 1 mode of play
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Overall 6

Fear the sphere!

MykReeve, Dooyoo
6 May 2001
  • Summary: Despite the console being in its final, gasping, terminal stages of consumability, new games for the Nintendo 64 are still absurdly expensive. However, anyone seeking additional video game thrills on the console before its imminent expiry would do well to pop along to their local second-hand games retailer, and pick up some of the console's older titles for great prices. Many pre-owned games are available to buy for less than £15.
  • Pros: Cheap, Quite fun, Nicely presented, Pretty good music
  • Cons: Limited playability, Problems with graphical presentation during gameplay, Anti-aliasing looks a bit blurry
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Overall 6

Tetrisphere (N64): Entertaining update to Tetris

RussellC, Dooyoo
24 July 2000
  • Summary: Every platform needs at least one Tertris clone and Tetrispheres was the first on the N64. Like tetris you need to destroy the blocks and not allow them to build up to high. Unlike tetris you're firing these boxs at the surface of a sphere which you are free to rotate. If you group together blocks of the same type they will explode off the sphere, if not they will build up on the surface.
  • Pros: Fun, Tetris based gaming.
  • Cons: Nothing particularly special
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