[10] It was the only sequel to Tetris Plus. Threads: 1,730 Messages: Log in or Sign up; Tetrisconcept. However, because the cartridge has battery-powered SRAM, it also has the ability to remember high-scores, unlike the original Game Boy game. pikeplacer 125; admin 6; bobafettjm 5; Not_Rage 3; lolwot 1 × Pick a List. Also found in the treasure heap is a magic wand from Rod Land, which, like Tetris Plus, is a Jaleco title that began in the arcade. Tetrisconcept is the premier English-speaking Tetris community. [8], Critical response to the Sega Saturn version was generally unenthusiastic. Once the game starts, the player is presented with a cluster of pre-placed bricks, and the professor enters the play-area through a disappearing gate. This can be used as a garbage disposal, by having it remove any unwanted pieces until the piece the player wants shows up. The player is able to make the ceiling go back up, however, if they can clear three or four rows at once. Classic Mode functions like the original Tetris game for the Game Boy except with different music and visuals. #tetris plus; #tetris; #jaleco #テトリスプラス #テトリス #ジャレコ Tetris Plus (1996) Professor and Assistant. The player starts with the first zone, the Egypt; later there are in order: Angkor Wat, Maya and Knossos. About once every eighteen seconds, it will move down one row, slowly taking away workable space. Each of the four locations has a different level set. You'll find Tetris in its classic form with its relentless rain of blocks. Tetris Plus (Japanese: テトリスプラス, Hepburn: Tetorisu Purasu) is a puzzle video game developed by Natsume and published by Jaleco for arcades in 1996, and was ported to the Game Boy, Sega Saturn, and PlayStation later that year. Play your favorite classic games and more with the GameEx front end. Help the Professor and his assistant Jo, as they travel to the lost cities of the world in search of treasure. The player's goal is to guide this archaeologist to the bottom as fast as possible. Help the Professor and his assistant Jo, as they travel to the lost cities of the world in search of treasure. Close. bobafettjm 42; pikeplacer 10; system-user 1; Jagged85 1; … [4][5][7], In a retrospective review, Allgame editor Jon Thompson called the Saturn version "boring".[3]. GameSpot editor Peter Criscuola referred to it as "a feeble attempt at reviving a legend",[5] GamePro's Scary Larry as "a poor addition to the Tetris library",[9] and Stephen Fulljames of Sega Saturn Magazine as "certainly nothing to get excited about. Two blocks wide and tall, he will aimlessly walk forward until he bumps into a block, after which he turns around and walks the other way. The console versions also have a two-player Versus Mode, which is essentially puzzle mode with two players racing for the finish line. Tetrisconcept. Rejected Ending #2: Endings 5 to 8 revolve around the professor and his assistant finding a switch. The final area, Atlantis, is unlocked by successfully completing the other four stages. The ceiling will also destroy any placed blocks that are in its way. Also included is an editor for making Puzzle levels, and Link capability for competitive multiplayer in either game mode. Tetris Plus (Japanese: テトリスプラス, Hepburn: Tetorisu Purasu) is a puzzle video game developed by Natsume and published by Jaleco for arcades in 1996, and was ported to the Game Boy, Sega Saturn, and PlayStation later that year. Don't forget, you can always challenge a friend in the VS mode too! In Japan, Game Machine listed Tetris Plus on their February 1, 1996 issue as being the sixth most-successful arcade game of the year. In this rejected ending, the professor and his assistant become invisible and cannot see each other. You can play classic Tetris in one or two player mode, and also a versus mode that mixes things up a bit. The game consists of two main modes, Classic Mode and Puzzle Mode. [1] If these blocks lead too closely to the spikes, the professor will die. The game would be followed by a sequel, Tetris Plus 2, in 1997. Puzzle Mode is a twist on the classic gameplay that provides a new scenario. You'll find Tetris in its classic form with its relentless rain of blocks. In the versus mode there is a archeologist type character who dances and walks around on the top of your Tetris stack. "[7] The four reviewers of Electronic Gaming Monthly were more positive than most, with Dan Hsu deeming it "a good package for even a part-time Tetris fan" and Sushi-X "a rewarding title with multiple levels of fun with the same classic challenge.