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Tetrical

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rated 3.25 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Falling
Tags:
tetris
d
stacking

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Uploaded
Dec 17, 2007 | 12:43 PM EST

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Tetrical is a three dimensional stacking game. If you like this game, please recommend it for the puzzle collection.

Strategy Tips:
Build up your stack toward the back of the space so your view is not obstructed. Have fun!!

Basic Controls:
- Use the arrow keys to move the falling polycube around in space.
- Hold the Ctrl key and press the arrow keys to flip the polycube forwards, backwards and sideways.
- Hold the Shift key and press the left or right arrow keys to spin the falling polycube.
- Press the Space bar to drop the falling polycube into place for the highest bonus.
- After filling a layer, each remaining polycube will be shown individually to reveal any empty spaces. Press any key to cancel and resume play.

Advanced Controls:
- Use the < and > keys to spin the stack for a better angle.
- Use the + and - keys to adjust the transparency of the stack.

Reviews


TeeTeeJayTeeTeeJay

Rated 4 / 5 stars

taught i saw this in kongregate as &quot;cubicle&quot;

hey,this is the exact same game as cubicle without the difficulty select >:(



rodneyaranrodneyaran

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hmm...

Wow, that was hard...not being able to see past other pieces for holes, I screwed up a lot. Plus, it's kind of eerily silent, with just the beeps. I could go for some music, but other than that its an ok game.



hotfudge2100hotfudge2100

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

not very original

i didn't like the game and it wasn't very original



smokinjoeevilsmokinjoeevil

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Seen a game like this before...

I just can't remember what it is called. It was a PC game... came on a single 3 1/2 " floppy. I remember my brother and dad really being into it about 10 years ago. This, of course, has the same problems that that game did... which is the fact that you can't see past the pieces you've already laid, so the 3D aspect of the game is more a hinderance than a help when it comes to a tetris-like game. Still, you did a good job with it, and I am surprised to see the 58.9 KB file size. Makes me think you must be using the drawing API to render your game stage and pieces...



biteloadbiteload

Rated 5 / 5 stars

damn good

this is realy good. ive never seen something like this before.
this should be in front page too.