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Wetrix

MobyRank MobyScore
Dreamcast
72
3.4
Nintendo 64
78
3.7
Windows
64
3.6

Advertising Blurbs

Back of Box - N64 (AUS):

    The deeper you go, the greater the pressure becomes.

    Welcome to the world of Wetrix, the spectacular cellular water puzzle that keeps you immersed for hours at a time.

    Amazing one or two player 3D gameplay throws multiple levels after multiple game twists after multiple sfx as you compete to keep your game afloat.

    Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4617) on Jun 13, 2007.

www.nintendo.com – Nintendo 64:
    This all-wet Pak takes full advantage of the N64's graphics capabilities while delivering the high head-scratching factor that puzzle freaks crave.

    As with all great puzzle games, the premise is brilliantly simple: move and stack falling puzzle pieces on a 3D landscape to trap falling rainwater. The longer you go drip-free, the more points you'll earn.

    Ah, but you didn't think that matters would be that simple, did you? Geologic mayhem ensues if you don't build your dams just right. Stack pieces too high, and you'll cause an earthquake. Drop a piece in the wrong place and you'll puncture the fragile crust, allowing water to drain out.

    You can drop bombs and mines to level the landscape and fireballs to steam water away. Ice cubes will freeze your reservoirs and rainbows will melt them again.

    Wetrix offers five modes, including two-player Multiplay. This Pak -- published, appropriately enough, by Ocean - delivers a wet 'n wild time for all puzzle fans.

    Contributed by Evil Ryu (53674) on Aug 18, 2005.

U.S. print ad:
    Dam!...
    Dam! Dam...
    Dam, Dam,
    Dam, Dam.
    DAM!

    That pretty much covers it.


    There's a storm coming, and its name is Wetrix. Here's the deal: You build dams, dikes and lakes and some unholy being from above tries to destroy them with torrential rains, fireballs, bombs and the occasional earthquake. With its killer graphics and variable landscapes, it just may be the most addictive game you'll ever play.

    Contributed by lugnut (359) on Apr 28, 2004.