Play Supported: PSP, PS, NDS, GBA, SNES, N64, Wii, GameCube, NES, GBC, Genesis, DreamCast, Game Gear, GB, WSC/WS, Atari 2600, PCE, SMS, NGP, MSX, MSX 2
Game Supported: PS2, MAME, Neo Geo, C64
20 Tetris DX (JU) [C][!].7z
Tetris DX is a Game Boy Color game that is backwards compatible with the original Game Boy. It was developed by Nintendo and released in Japan on October 21, 1998, in North America on November 18, 1998, and in Europe and Australia in 1999. Tetris DX features battery-saved high scores and three player profiles. It has a new single-player mode against the CPU and also features two new modes of play. In “Ultra Mode,” players must accumulate as many points as possible within a three-minute time period. In “40 Lines,” players are timed on how quickly they can clear 40 lines of play. In addition, new music themes were added as well.
Puzzle fans rejoice! The all-time puzzle favorite has returned! Tetris DX has everything you need to satisfy your puzzle appetite. Play MARATHON, the classic Tetris game. Try your hand at ULTRA or 40 LINES, two Tetris games with a twist. The VS. game will have you playing for hours!
It that’s not enough, Tetris DX is fully compatible with the new Game Boy® Color system! With the Game Link® cable, you can exchange saved information from one system to another! That’s right, battery-backed memory saves up to three game files. Now your high scores will live on forever!