Also known as: Polygo Block (JP)
This game has hidden development-related text.
What's that, Lassie? Tetrominos fell down a well? A three-dimensional well?!
I'd better get 3-D Tetris!
Like all Virtual Boy games, 3-D Tetris has an internal name near the end of the ROM at FFDE0. In this case, the name is POLYGOBLOCK, the title of the unreleased Japanese version.
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Specifically: There are more Japanese tiles at ACCE4 and B2D10 that aren't easily arranged and may need a tilemap.
As mentioned above, a Japanese version was in the works but cancelled due to the poor reception and sales of the Virtual Boy as a whole. Still, a number of Japanese-language menu graphics are in the US ROM, although oddly some of them say "3-D Tetris" in Japanese and not "Polygo Block".
Endless Stage Clear Type
Endless Stage Clear
3-D Tetris Target Puzzle
Unused Splash Graphics
Splash screen graphics for T&E Soft (6301C) and Nintendo (6527C) are present near the title screen. In the final game, the opening credits are simply laid out in text form, as in early Tetris titles (such as the Game Boy version).
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