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3D Tetris

3d Tetris is a 1996 Puzzle Video Game developed by Te soft and released by Nintendo for the virtual Boy. It was released on March 22, 1996, in North America. Players control multiple falling Blocks, rotating and positioning them to clear Layers in a three-dimensional Environment similar to Tetris's Gameplay. The Game contains multiple Modes and Variations thereof, as well as different Difficulty Settings and Levels. Parts of 3d Tetris are rendered as 3d wire-frame Models. A Version of the Game entitled polygo Block was planned for Release in japanese Markets in february 1996 but was never released. The Game received mostly negative Reviews with Critics saying it was lacking in Originality.