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Don't let its appearance fool you. Meteos may look like a run-of-the-mill puzzler at first glance, but it's anything but average. As multicolored blocks fall from the sky, your goal is to line up three or more like pieces. Instead of simply disappearing, however, the blocks rocket into space, carrying with them anything that happens to be above. If there is too much weight for the blocks to reach escape velocity, you must quickly put together additional combos to give them a boost. Using the stylus to move the blocks on the playfield puts you in more direct control of the puzzle action. The game also features a wireless multiplayer mode for two to four players with a single game card (via download).
Meteos for DS
pros: Very addictive gameplay, great graphics, entertaining music and last but not least, a multiplayer mode!
cons: The game can be kind of hard for younger children.
Meteos! A very addictive puzzle game!
Gameplay The first thing that pops up in my mind when I think about this game, is the word... See Full Review
pros: Multiplayer, multiple mini missions
Mesmerizing Multiline Meteoric Magic
Months ago my copy of this game arrived from an Ebay purchase and was put in a drawer to be forgotte... See Full Review
pros: Single-Pack multiplayer. tons of unlocks and replay value
cons: lack of online play.
Amazing fast paced puzzler
Ive played this game off of a friends DS, got so addicted, i let him borrow my PS2 while i borrowed... See Full Review
pros: Great fun and lasts ages, better than the old classic that is Tetris.
cons: Sore eyes and hands after long sessions.
Seeing Stars? Blocks more like
As soon as you turn Meteos on, it becomes apparent that it is no ordinary puzzle game. For starters,... See Full Review
pros: good puzzle dynamics, addictive, good control scheme, high replay value
cons: some block graphics are hard to see, tough learning curve, no online play
Meteos: Block Blastoff
Not since the original Gameboy had I made a puzzle game my first game system purchase. And with the... See Full Review
pros: Fresh concept, excellent use of the stylus, top-notch presentation, and packed with replay value
cons: The lazy omission of online play
As a late adopter of the Nintendo DS, I figured I missed the boat to review this game. Shockingly, t... See Full Review