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Tetrisphere

Tetrisphere (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: H2O Interactive

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/??/1997
EU
02/??/1998

Staff Reviews

Tetrisphere review

Reviewed January 01, 2005

Jason Venter says: "Picture a spinning orb floating in space. It’s comprised of a bunch of tetrad blocks, meshed together flawlessly to form a prison of sorts. Inside this fragile abode, a robot anxiously darts about like a firefly caught in a bottle, trying to escape. Your job in Tetrisphere is to make it possible for your imprisoned friend to do so."
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