Excerpt: Published by: 3DO Developed by: Zed Two Players: 2 Duel Shock: Yes Da Introduction: No these aren't Tele Tubbies, although a quick glance at the box may have you thinking otherwise. These are Aquas, little colorful people that bring life to a lifeless surface in a game called Aqua Aqua. Like Wetrix for the N64, Aqua Aqua is a 3D puzzler based on Tetris that forces you to be quick on the draw.
Excerpt: The graphics in Aqua Aqua are simplistic, but that's not to say that they don't have a little flair. Each of the various time-periods has its own look which, though it may be subtle, helps break up the monotony of your typical puzzle game. There are also some very nice effects in the game. The rippling that the water does as it splashes down or gets disturbed is frightening in its realism, and when it freezes over, the way it glints is truly amazing.
Excerpt: When Ocean released Wetrix on the N64 back in June of 1998, the concept of the game was a puzzle that required the use of Tetris shapes in order to keep water from leaking off an island. The Nintendo 64 original was executed well thanks to the ability to easily judge where the floating figure will fall and game's tight control making it much easier to control the falling figure and determine its landing.