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Klax

Klax (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Tengen

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NA
??/??/1990
JP
12/14/1990
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Reader Reviews

Klax review

Reviewed January 05, 2004

retro says: "Some people are just so desperate to get rich quick, even if it means stealing another person's idea. The makers of Klax seemed to have an intention of cashing in on the success of the puzzle game that took the world by a raging storm, Tetris. If I didn't know any better, I'd assume that they did a poor job of cloning Tetris and getting rich off of it, since I'm the first one to review Klax for the NES on this massive site. "
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