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Columns (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Gear
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: SEGA
More Platforms: Genesis, Sega Master System, TurboGrafx-16


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Columns review

Reviewed November 20, 2004

ceredig says: "If asked what your favourite puzzle games are, most you would probably reply mentioning at least one version of Tetris. Be it Tetris Worlds or Tetrisphere, the Russian puzzler is by far the world’s favourite computer game puzzle. There are, however, many alternatives to Tetris, but few which can rival its simple yet addictive gamplay. Sega though, have always liked a good challenge, and an arcade-like puzzler may be what is required to topple the Russian King from his throne of computer puzzling..."
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