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'''Tetrix DX''' is a {{wp|Tetris|Tetris}} game for [[Game Boy Color]] developed by [[Nintendo]]. Although it is Game Boy Color enhanced, like many other Game Boy Color games it is compatible on the original [[Game Boy]].
 
'''Tetrix DX''' is a {{wp|Tetris|Tetris}} game for [[Game Boy Color]] developed by [[Nintendo]]. Although it is Game Boy Color enhanced, like many other Game Boy Color games it is compatible on the original [[Game Boy]].
  
The game is a successor to [[Tetris (Game Boy)]] and allows the player to save highscores that will stay after the game is powered off. It also added an additional mode to challenge against the computer.
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The game is a successor to [[Tetris (Game Boy)]] and allows the player to save highscores that will stay after the game is powered off. It also added an additional mode to challenge against the computer, and a three-minute challenge mode known as "Ultra" mode.
  
 
{{Tetris series}}
 
{{Tetris series}}

Revision as of 19:15, 14 August 2019

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Tetris DX
テトリス
Tetris DX box art.jpg
North American box art
Developer(s): Nintendo
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Game Boy Color
Category: Puzzle
Players:
Predecessor: Tetris (Game Boy)
Successor: Tetris 2
Copyrights:
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

November 18, 1998

Japan:

October 21, 1998

Europe:

1999

Australia:

1999

Ratings
[[|]] has more information on this game:
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Tetrix DX is a Tetris game for Game Boy Color developed by Nintendo. Although it is Game Boy Color enhanced, like many other Game Boy Color games it is compatible on the original Game Boy.

The game is a successor to Tetris (Game Boy) and allows the player to save highscores that will stay after the game is powered off. It also added an additional mode to challenge against the computer, and a three-minute challenge mode known as "Ultra" mode.

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