When focusing on the main objectives, Magical Tetris Challenge is about 1 Hour in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 2 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
You can download the Magical Tetris Challenge rom from this page and to play the game you need to download the Visualboy Advance Emulator here.
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Magical Tetris Challenge is a puzzle game by Capcom for the Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, and PlayStation (the latter version was released in Japan and Europe only). It is a version of Tetris featuring Disney characters. It is one of the few Nintendo 64 games to be entirely in 2D. The Game Boy Color version is vastly different from the console versions. Magical and Updown Tetris are present in the game, plus new gameplay styles were added. All four characters are playable, alongside Pete, who is unlocked in Quest Mode, which replaces the console version’s Story Mode.
Due to limitations of the Game Boy’s screen, the player can’t see the adversary’s gameplay and it is represented with a flashing laser on the left side of the screen, which height represents how tall the adversary’s tetris pieces are stacked, and like it, reaching the top of the screen calls for a game over. This version also has the special meter, but only for some Tetris variants. The Game Boy Color version uses chiptune renditions of music tracks from the console version, and new tracks. Unlike the console versions, each track is used as the theme song for a Tetris variant rather than for a Disney character.
Magical Tetris Challenge
Japan: November 12, 1999
Game Boy Color
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