Groovin' Blocks (Wii) review
"Multipliers aren't exactly a new concept, but getting them in Groovin' Blocks requires rhythm. As you move a piece left or right and rotate it so that the color configuration you have in mind can materialize, you have two options: you can either let the block drift downward at the speed the current stage dictates—for no multiplier whatsoever—or you can press the 'down' button to drop it. What's important is that when you press that button, you do so in time with the music's beat."
Staff review by Jason Venter (September 06, 2009)
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