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3-D Tetris

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Title Screen

3-D Tetris

Developer: T&E Soft
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Virtual Boy
Released in US: March 22, 1996


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.


What's that, Lassie? Tetrominos fell down a well? A three-dimensional well?! I'd better get 3-D Tetris!

The very last Virtual Boy title released. A Japanese version, titled "Polygo Block", was scrapped.

Internal Name

Present near the end of the ROM at FFDE0. Notably, it's the game's planned Japanese name.

POLYGOBLOCK

Japanese Localization

Cacti speak Japanese.
...But what does it mean?
This game has text or audio that needs to be translated. If you are fluent with this language, please read our translation guidelines and then submit a translation!
Notes: Translate たいしょう.
Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.
Specifically: There are more Japanese tiles at ACCE4 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 notably some of them say "3-D Tetris" in Japanese rather than "Polygo Block".

Offset Graphic Translation
84878 3DTetris-VB-JapaneseNormalTarget.png Normal Target
84DF8 3DTetris-VB-JapaneseEndlessStage.png Endless Stage Clear Type
Endless Stage Clear
852A8 3DTetris-VB-Japanese3DTetris.png 3-D Tetris
94E70 3DTetris-VB-JapaneseTargetPuzzle.png 3-D Tetris Target Puzzle
ADCF4 3d tetris STAGE CLEAR A.png Stage Clear A
B2D10 3d tetris jp menu 1.png ?
B2DB0 3d tetris jp menu 2.png 3-D Tetris Puzzle
(Translation: GlitterBerri)

Unused Splash Graphics

T&E Soft Nintendo
3DTetris-VB-T&ESoftPresents.png 3DTetris-VB-NintendoLogo.png

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).

Alternate Used
3-d-tetris-logo-full-render.png 3DTetris-VB-Title.png

An alternate version of the game's logo.

(Source: Goemon on PVB)