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Fortress

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A cross between the definitive puzzle gameTetrisand the niche arcade classicRampart,Fortresshas plenty of substance, but doesn't take advantage of the Game Boy Advance's visual and aural capabilities. The game challenges players to construct towers fromTetris-like … see full wiki

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Glorified Version of Tetris

  • Dec 22, 2002
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Construct a fortress from Tetris puzzle pieces to protect it from the opponent's firing weapons. Select from four eras: Prehistoric, medieval, pirate and space. The weapons provided are dependent on the era choice. Your weapons will defend your fortress while you build it with falling puzzle pieces. As the fortress gets bigger and more solid, it becomes more difficult for the opposing weapons to destroy.

Occasionally, you receive twerps, cavemen, knights, or pirates. Defensive twerps rebuild the damaged areas of the fortress while offensive twerps attack the enemy. Three game modes keep it interesting: battle, blitz, and tournament. Battle is the original mode, blitz has more weapons, and tournament is four games using all four eras.

Though it has a cute cartoon look, it's not the most graphically rich Game Boy Advance game. Once a battle is over, that's it. There's no new level or battle. The only option is to start a new game and play a more advanced level. It's not much game for the price.

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