Released In: 1996
Clear blocks from the screen by lining up matching symbols in this habit-forming Yoshi's Island-themed Tetris variant. Features five modes of play: Endless, Time Trial, Stage Clear, Puzzle, and Versus.
Syd Lexia: Wario's Woods, Yoshi's Cookie, Dr. Mario, Kirby's Star Stacker, Yoshi... HOW MANY FUCKING TETRIS VARIANTS DOES NINTENDO NEED? What sets Tetris Attack apart from most of those other games is that it's actually fun. The Puzzle mode is ridiculously addictive, so is the multiplayer.
Valdronius: Tetris is a really fun game, and attacking things is really cool too. Somehow Tetris Attack does neither term justice. I tried to play this game in order to have something worthwhile to write here, I really did, but I was so bored after 15 minutes I just couldn't force myself to go on. How did this ever beat Out of This World?
Douche McCallister: If you haven’t tried the Puzzle mode in this game, I suggest playing it. The puzzles seem nearly impossible once you get to Stage 6. It’s very aggravating.
Murdar Machene: This game is positively Zen-like. It offers some of the best two player competitive puzzle gaming possible. All you need are pure reaction time skills and twitch reflexes, it's the kind of game you stay up until 4 A.M. playing with a friend, guzzling coffee and laughing like idiots.