Tetris Party is a Puzzle game available on the Wii.
Tetris Party is a Puzzle game. Sports games recreate a wide variety of real life competitive activities. Depending on the sport, these will either have an action or strategy focus. Popular sports games are often released on an annual basis, each year the game receives new player rosters and game improvements.
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As Paul Leader of Wii-Fit Forum found out, the release of Tetris Party is well timed. Last month I had my 30th birthday, and as a result I have been doing a little bit of regressing (I got Lego). Right on cue, along comes Tetris Party on WiiWare to take me back to my first year at high school, being hypnotized by the ever faster cascade of bricks on the tiny monochrome screen of the old Gameboy, all the while humming along to Korobeiniki.
Tetris Party updates the classic game, claiming 18 new modes although I could only actually identify the following. Beginner's Tetris: The basic game, but with a smaller grid and a number of smaller Tetriminos (the shapes) such as three long straights and three piece corners. 3-minute high-score mode. Co-op Tetris, play with a friend on an extra-large grid. Field Climber where you try to guide a little man up a vertical course and collect the flags as you go. Shadow - fill in predefined shapes with Teriminos. Stage Racer - navigate a single shape through an tunnel. Dual Spaces - section off empty space, and gain points for every empty space you lock out by placing their Tetriminos to create larger areas of their own color.
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