Reviewed by Ty Massei
Graphics: 5 out of 10
Sound: 3 out of 10
Gameplay: 3 out of 10
Hardness factor: 6 out of 10
Overall: 4 out of 10
Graphics: Graphics aren't always bad, but they are really basic. The only
really nice thing is that the graphics in the back of the playing field
move around and it adds just a tiny bit to the game.
Sound: The music in this game is just so annoying it may effect your
gameplay. First and foremost they should have upgraded the sound in
this game. It's Tetris, but at least you would like some cool music to
play while building up the blocks. I'd advise turning off the sound anyway
you can. At least the sound effects aren't all that bad.
Gameplay: About 5 or so different modes of Tetris. Each one adds a little
something (or takes it away if you look at it cynically) like having to make
4 x 4 square and blocks dropping if there aren't already blocks underneath
it. However, you can find freeware Tetris games that have the same modes
of play and better graphics.
Hardness factor: Well, it's Tetris. Almost everyone has played Tetris; it's
just a classic game. Some of the modes are annoyingly hard, but only after
you've played it for a long time. At least they give an outline of where your
blocks will fall on the bottom of the screen.
Overall: 4 out of 10. Nothing extraordinary, but it's about as good as Tetris
comes. Most of the modes are too simple to really be cool, but there are one
or two interesting ones. If you are away on road trips or travel a lot, get
this game, as it's a great time waster. Otherwise, stay away.