DescriptionA 3D Tetris game with a supply of three modes:
A. A three dimensional well appears, large enough to hold five layers of Tetris blocks. Every time you complete a layer with you falling blocks it will vanish and you will be rewarded by a hefty dose of points. If you ever stack over the five layers you will lose one of your layers, once all five are lost your game is over.
B. In this mode you place blocks around the center of the well, any blocks placed in the center will vanish, unless the block completes a layer in which case it will vanish.
C. In this mode a shape will be shown before the game begins. You will have to replicate this shape perfectly, even one block out of place and your game is over. Succeed and after a short animation a new shape will be given.
- "Polygo Block" -- Japanese working title
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The Press Says
|Video Games & Computer Entertainment||May, 1996||8 out of 10||80|
|Nintendo Life||Jul 23, 2009||80|
|Defunct Games||Mar 20, 2005||73 out of 100||73|
|Nintendojo||1996||5.6 out of 10||56|
|Entertainment Weekly||Apr 05, 1996||D||25|
|The Video Game Critic||Sep 06, 2014||F||0|
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Cancelled Japanese versionA Japanese release of 3-D Tetris, under the title of Polygo Block, was planned but never executed.
Milestone3-D Tetris was the last officially licensed game released on the Virtual Boy.
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- Video review of the system (WARNING: Language) (The Angry Video Game Nerd, James Rolfe, reviews the Virtual Boy and most games, including 3-D Tetris.)