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GamePro (US) (Sep, 1994)
The level's don't change after you play them, once you've mastered each, it's no fun to try them again. Puzzler addicts shouldn't miss Gridders, it's a brain-busting new experience.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) (Sep, 1994)
A cool-looking 3-D perspective game that is one of the better games for the system! The game gets really intense (especially in the later levels) and there are several hidden items to find along the way to keep you interested. Fans of puzzle games like Tetris and Pac-Attack will definitely take to this game. The cinemas are also well done.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment (Aug, 1994)
Although this is a good puzzler, it seemed somewhat restrained fro a first offering from an obviously talented group of programmers. Nonetheless, Gridders is a promising debut from a company that could turn out even more interesting 3DO products in the future.
Entertainment Weekly (Dec 16, 1994)
This geometric puzzle game, in which you have to maneuver your way through a series of twisty mazes filled with tumbling, life-size, three-dimensional cubes, features some oh-wow graphics, but once you get past the unique perspective you realize you're playing something that's far less addictive (and far harder to understand) than Tetris.
3DO Magazine (UK) (Dec, 1994)
This challenging puzzler was designed around the 3DO chipset with its intricate puzzles rendered in full 3D. 36 torturous levels provide a big challenge that will seduce many puzzlers.