Atari 2600 Reviews
This amateur release is a real brainbender, sort of like the Life simulation except that you control all the cells. There are lots of tile sets and many preset puzzles. If you don't like slow-paced puzzles it won't keep your interest. If you do, it's a worthy game.
An excellent amateur release. The play mechanics are bizzarre but if you read the included documentation you shouldn't have too much trouble. The graphics are colorful and even include some nice special effects. Not the most addictive 2600 game ever but quite playable.
Looks like the continuing problem of developers being more concerned with graphics than gameplay has spread to the 2600. This is one of the prettiest versions of Tetris I've ever seen, with awesome rainbow colors spread all over the field. But the pieces spin uncontrollably whenever you press the button, there's no next piece display, and the game doesn't seem to get any harder as you progress. Aside from those serious problems this is a nice effort, especially for an amateur.
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