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Tetris Party Deluxe - Nintendo DS Standard Edition

Platform : Nintendo DS
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4.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
  • ASIN: B0036KRP72
  • Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 13.2 x 1.7 cm ; 136 g
  • Release Date: June 8 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,386 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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Challenging puzzles may stimulate brain growth. In for a challenge? The Tetris game is one of the world's most popular casual computer games and has been scientifically shown to challenge our brains - another great reason to look forward to "Tetris Party Deluxe!" . Challenging games like Tetris has been studies in various tests and results have demonstrated of evidence that these games may stimulate the cerebral cortex. It may help stimulate thought and problem solving skills. Valid or not, Tetris is fun and addictive!


You scan the field looking for a spot to sneak this block into and start to panic. The block is falling faster, you don't see an opening and your lines are quickly reaching toward the top. You spin the block, looking for alternative options and finally squeeze it into an opening at the last second. The next form starts down and your skills are again put to the test. Will you be able to clear this line and stay in the game?

Play in six new modes

Play in six new modes. View larger.
New enhanced play modes

New enhanced play modes. View larger.
Battle it out with some friends with multiplayer

Battle it out with some friends with multiplayer. View larger.
More than 130 acheivements are available to win

More than 130 acheivements are available to win. View larger.
Tetris Party Deluxe

Tetris Party Deluxe has plenty of all-new modes and enhancements to take the classic puzzle fun to a whole new level. With six new game modes, you can enjoy your favorite puzzles with a twist. Set off a line-clearing chain reaction with bombs, complete 20 perfect clears and race against time in Bombliss, Sprint, VS Sprint, Master, Co-op vs. Co-op and All-Clear Sprint. Multiplayer modes offer all-new items to slow down your opponent with Smoke, Time Stop and more. Field Climber, Shadow, Stage Racer and Duel Spaces are enhanced with extra modes, experiences and rules. With more than 20 exciting modes, online battles and multiplayer fun for groups of friends and family, Tetris Party Deluxe is a must-have for Tetris and puzzle fans.


  • Play in six new game modes, including Bombliss, Sprint, Master, VS Sprint, Co-op vs. Co-op and All-Clear Sprint to race against time, clear lines using bombs, complete 20 perfect clears and more

  • Four modes of play have been enhanced with more features including Everest in Field Climber mode, Edit mode in Shadow gameplay, Abyss Mode in Stage Racer and improved rules in Duel Spaces

  • Battle it out with friends during multiplayer mode by using exciting items to prevail against your competition: use Smoke to cover your opponent's matrix, Time Stop to temporarily freeze your rival's game and more

  • In-game statistics award more than 130 achievements for outstanding performance

  • Talk to your competitors in the Wi-Fi Battle Lobby with the Nintendo DS microphone

  • Activate Magic Items with your touchscreen for fun and convenient play

  • Play with up to three other friends in your own home or with up to six competitors with Nintendo's Wi-Fi multiplayer World Battle

  • Battle in local multiplayer games with up to eight other players using one game card

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Tetrus Party is fun and sometimes infuriating. The Nintendo DS makes this a portable game, a go anywhere game. Also, depending on how well one plays, it may
take just minutes or longer How much time do you have?
There are multiple levels to provide a challenge to stimulate the brain cells and keep us healthy - I enjoy that. crafty lady
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If you ever played tetris qhen you were kid, you will enjoy that DS version.
I really appreciated this version as I can bring it everywhere on the go.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1e93570) out of 5 stars Tetris Returns to the DS family. June 1 2010
By Greg - Published on
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
My wife and I love to play multiplayer Nintendo DS games against each other, usually in bed right before going to sleep. The real stand-out titles for us are Mario Kart, Planet Puzzle League, and especially Tetris DS (TDS). This version of Tetris was only available from 2006-2007, and is now out of print - I have heard something about Nintendo's license to publish it expired, so they had to pull it, but I'm not sure why it had such a short run.

Now, Tetris DS's most unique quality is that it remains the only DS game that allows 10 players with one game cartridge. It's also got lots of Nintendo themes like Mario, Link, Yoshi, and Metroid, and the music is remixed from those games, too, not the canned, klinky "Russian" stuff that they normally use.

Because Tetris DS is now out of print and therefore rare, it's more valuable. It usually goes for $50-100 online, and I have read several stories of people who get a copy on eBay and it won't run on their DSi's or other newer systems (ahem, piracy).

Now, 3 years later, a new company's got the license to sell Tetris on the DS, and it was released today: Tetris Party Deluxe (TPD). The bottom line? TPD is a good game, but TDS remains one of the best handheld games ever made, and is definitely still a better game than Tetris Party.

TPD is fun, of course, but often too plain. Multiplayer is now capped at 8 players, and after a few dozen games, we're getting used to the new items (weapons that you use against opponents, powerups you use on yourself) and they're pretty cool. TDS used familiar Nintendo icons for items and they were totally different than these. Unfortunately, the majority of the multiplayer modes in the new game require each player has their own copy of the game. TPD makes no use of the touch screen on the DS whatsoever, not even in the menus, though occasionally you blow in the the microphone for defense. Tetris DS at least had "Touch Tetris" mode. Oh, and Tetris Party defaults to the aft-mentioned klinky "Russian" music.

In the end, Tetris Party Deluxe is good, fun, and worth the money. Tetris DS, however, is still amazing, brilliant, and worth double the price - which is about what you'll pay for it. If you find it.
26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1e93648) out of 5 stars No longer a need to spend 80 bucks on Tetris DS June 12 2010
By Redmond Jackson - Published on
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
Little history about me, I've always loved Tetris. My first memory of it is on the very original Gameboy, and then playing Tengen Tetris on NES. On the DS Tetris DS remains in many people's Top 10 DS games ever created, but often with some equivocation. Take me, for example, I think Tetris DS is one of the best DS games ever made for the wonderful little handheld, but it doesn't rank that high in my favorite Tetris games of all time. Why? The infinite spin. And by infinite I mean infinite. You can literally spin the pieces forever. That change in gameplay alone angered me (as a Tetris fan), but the sheer number of alternative modes of gameplay in the original made up for it. So enough about that. You get it, Tetris DS was great, but Nintendo lost the rights to continue producing it so now its a collectors item of sorts.

Well, if you don't own Tetris DS, Tetris Party Deluxe DS is a great reason to justify NOT spending 80-100 bucks in search of used copy of Tetris DS (and avoid the risk of being duped into buying an illegal copy). Is Tetris Party so good I'll ebay my used copy of Tetris DS? Nope. Here's the short and sweet of it: There's enough difference between the two games that it justifies owning and playing both. The core gameplay of both titles is tight. The controls are nearly identical, in other words perfect for the game. And Tetris Party's Marathon mode does NOT allow you to spin infinitely. Yes, you can spin for about 5 seconds before finally placing it, but take too long and the game simply drops the piece down where it currently is. I love the change. Others may not, however. But remember, my favorite version of Tetris had no infinite spins, only showed you 1 upcoming piece and NEVER let you save a piece in reserve to be used later.

In the modes that Tetris DS and TPD share, they're both top notch. The main differences come in the way of background music and graphical backgrounds. Tetris DS employed a Nintendo's Greatest Hits approach. Metroid background, Yoshi, get the idea. If you love Nintendo, you'll love that. And I do! TPD is more stale, but also more in line with the original (with the Russian music etc). TPD lets you set music per level or turn it off completely, and allows you to select from about 20 or so backgrounds. Honestly though, when you're into a game the last thing you notice is the music or the backgrounds unless they're intrusive. I definitely prefer the Mario approach, but there's nothing at all wrong with TPD. Both games utilize a gameplay area of roughly the same size, with future pieces lined up along the sides. In both games you get Marathon mode, and they're similar but different, but both very good.

Where TPD really shines for me is in all the record keeping it does. If you love improving your scores and times, TPD gives you reason to do it. You see the best time displayed and the best score where applicable and then its up to you to just go for it. I haven't played the "Party" aspect of the game though, so don't look to this review to cover the multiplayer options. I'm speaking solely about single player. Yes, Im aware PARTY is in the title, but for me its been a party of one and I'm enjoying it!

Again, what truly differentiates this game and Tetris DS are the extra modes. There isn't a single extra mode in this game that I haven't enjoyed a ton, whereas Tetris DS had a couple I couldn't stand (push!). Bombliss (your tetris pieces have a bomb embedded in them that go off when a line they're in is filled or another bomb near it goes off. Place 4 of these pieces in the form of a square and they merge into a giant bomb that takes out even more pieces). Speed mode is just what it sounds like - how fast can you clear 40 lines. Stage Climber has a little guy on the bottom of the playfield, and he can hop up 1 block at a time, so its up to you to drop pieces in such a way that it builds a ladder of sorts to the top of the level. Shadow mode puts a picture on the screen and asks you to place pieces inside of it until its completely filled like a puzzle. You're graded on time and what percentage of pieces fell outside of the picture's area. There's a beat the computer mode, which starts off easy enough but gets insanely difficult quickly. Perhaps too quickly. Tetris DS has the same mode and it ramps up the difficulty more steadily. One of my other favorite new modes is one where you control a single Tetris piece as it falls down a 400 line playfield. Coming up at you are lines that you must fit your piece through as it falls. You can simply let it fall and slowly work your way around all the obstacles, or you can hold down on the dpad and speed your way through. You're graded on the time it takes you to get to the bottom, so the emphasis here is on speed and precision.

Anyway, to wrap this up I highly recommend this game to anyone that already owns Tetris DS and simply wants more Tetris, but moreso I recommend this game to anyone that really loves Tetris but was unfortunate enough to have missed out on Tetris DS. I apologize for not reviewing the multiplayer aspects of the game, but my wife is simply terrible at the game and has a nasty temper when she plays games, and I'd like my DSi XL to remain in one piece. I cant get the game to run online because Nintendo is still in the dark ages with the networking encryption methods it supports on the DS and my router simply uses encryption that's too strong for the DS to handle. In order to run DS games online you have to set your router to no encryption or simply use the lowest encryption method.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1e93b04) out of 5 stars Good variation on a classic July 5 2010
By Retiredmsg - Published on
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS Verified Purchase
This is a fun, classic game. The gameplay does not take advantage of the touch screen, but the button controls work very well. If you are a fan of Tetris, you will enjoy the new variety this version offers. It also offers the classic game play.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1e93aec) out of 5 stars Good but not as good as the original July 4 2010
By Vic - Published on
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
This game is a great game but I prefer the original tetris ds game to this one. But this game still offers houurs of fun!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1e93fa8) out of 5 stars Tetris Party Is Lots Of Fun! June 11 2010
By Pat - Published on
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS Verified Purchase
It's been years since I've played Tetris and I must say I just love Tetris Party. It has the same original game that I remember playing in the past. They have also added things like shadow, field climber, computer battle and a bombliss mode which are fun to play.

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