Excerpt: This version of the slippery puzzler is the latest in a string of titles. Firstly there was wetrix for the N64, which incidentally also made an appearance on the Dreamcast. Why has the wetrix series been so popular? Well firstly it is a prime example of pure gameplay.
Pros: Graphics, Gameplay, all things nice, dont forget the puppies dogs tails .
Cons: Lack of supreme campino longitivity, yup, no life here captain
Excerpt: Aqua Aqua Wetrix is the millennium version of Tetris. Those days are out numbered when you used to play Tetris on your one coloured Gameboy Screen. Now you have A.A.Wetrix on the almighty Playstation 2.
Excerpt: Basicly this game starts of a a square block on the screen. Different commands appear for you to use: build landscape up: place this on the grid undo landscape: digs holes drop water: drop water onto landscape. The idea is that you build the land really high then drop the water on it.
Excerpt: I picked this game up for a bargain £14.50 from my local EB, and it is well worth the money. The game is basically an enhanced version of Tetris played on a horizontal landscape with water. It's previous incarnation was as Wetrix on the N64.