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Tetris Blast

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Tetris Blast
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Developer(s): Bullet-Proof Software, Tose
Publisher(s): Nintendo (North America)
Platform: Game Boy
Category: Puzzle
Players:
Predecessor: Tetris 2
Successor: 3D Tetris
Copyright: ©1995, 1996 B.P.S Licensed to Nintendo
Release dates
N. America: January 1996
Japan: March 17, 1995 (as Super Bombliss)
Europe: 1996
Australia: 1996
Ratings
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Tetris Blast is a Game Boy Tetris game. Despite the name, it is actually a localisation of a variation of the game called Super Bombliss which would form its own series.

Summary[edit]

Tetris Blast (Super Bombliss) has the playing clearing blocks (tetrominoes, dominos and trominoes) on the screen using bombs. While the game is mainly the same as Super Bombliss, there are some minor text and title differences between the original game, as well as music changes. In Japan only, this game would receive a revised version known as Super Bombliss DX with a new puzzle mode.

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