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'Tetris Party' (Wii) Organizes Tournament Series #2

by Rainier on Jan. 28, 2009 @ 4:43 a.m. PST

Tetris Party will feature 18 game modes with 10 never-before-seen single-player and multiplayer variations of Tetris, including modes that utilize the point-and-shoot capabilities of the Wii Remote, as well as the recently released Wii Balance Board. Tetris Party Tournament will test the skills of players in a variety of Tetris modes, including Marathon, Field Climber and Stage Racer.

Tetris Party is a deceptively simple, totally addictive puzzle game that is sure to keep you and all of your friends and family entertained for hours on end.

The WiiWare game features 10 never-before-seen single-player and multiplayer variations of Tetris, including Field Climber, Stage Racer, Shadow and Wii Balance Board-enabled modes (Wii Balance Board accessory sold with Wii Fit). Several of the modes give users the chance to take advantage of the unique point-and-shoot capabilities of the Wii Remote controller. The party doesn't stop there, though.

Take the Tetris fun online via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, where you can play multiplayer Tetris against up to five friends at a time. You can also see how your Tetris Party skills stack up against the rest of the world using the global ranking system.

Four unique tournaments will be hosted, each made up of one to four rounds. Each round is a variant of Tetris Party that will run bimonthly. At the end of each round, each player will receive a rank and confirmation code from the game.

Tetris Party Tournament No. 2 for WiiWare. In this exciting 15-day tournament, players in groups of two can compete playing the Co-op mode to win 1200 Wii Points.

Tournament No. 2 will feature one of Tetris Party’s most popular variants—Co-op Tetris—which requires two players to cooperatively play to achieve a high score.

Players should register here, where they will input their confirmation code. This is also where he or she will input their confirmation code, which will be given by the game at the conclusion of the 15-day tournament period. The team’s final rank in Co-op Tetris will determine the amount of tournament points they receive.

The top 100 eligible entrants on the leaderboard will receive 1200 Wii Points from Tetris Online. In order to participate in the second tournament, each eligible team must play for a minimum of five minutes. Two players will cooperate to compete for the highest score and lowest time to clear 150 lines. At the end of the fourth round, Tetris Online will total up all rounds played for each player and rank the top players on a score leaderboard.

  • Starts: February 1, 2009 at 12 a.m. (GMT)
  • Ends: February 15, 2009 at 11:59 p.m. (GMT)

Additional tournaments with all new challenges are scheduled for 2009.

Tetris Party is currently available as a download for WiiWare.

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