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Tetris Party Previews - Wii

Tetris Party
Game Description: This Wii Ware version of the uber-popular puzzle game features online support, allowing up to six players from around the world to face off. Also featured are feature 18 game modes, with 10 never-before-seen single-player and multiplayer variations of Tetris, including modes that utilize the unique point-and-shoot capabilities of the Wii Remote, as well as the recently released Wii Balance Board.
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    'Tetris Party' Hands-On

    'Tetris Party' Hands-On

    Posted: Oct 6, 2008


  • Tetris Party Trailer

    Posted: October 6, 2008

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  • X-Play Gaming Update 10.03.08

    Posted: October 3, 2008

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