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Great Deal

Great Deal (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: General, Board Game
Developer: Hect


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Great Deal review

Reviewed January 04, 2010

aschultz says: "Great Deal combines Solitaire and Tetris into a nastily intriguing puzzle with its own quirks. The player picks one of a hand of four cards to drop on a five-by-five well. Three or more cards in a row of the same suit or number, or in a straight, disappear in a cloud of point values. The bigger, the better, and combos give multiples. A joker helps. One deck of cards makes a level. "
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