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'''''Tetris Attack''''' was the first North American localization of ''[[Panel de Pon]]''. The fairy artwork was replaced with Yoshi's Island artwork, and the "Tetris" trademark was licensed from [[The Tetris Company]] because American audiences associated the name "Tetris" with block puzzle games in general. The game is now usually referred to as '''Puzzle League''' after the [[Game Boy Advance]] version.
'''''Tetris Attack''''' was the first North American localization of ''[[Panel de Pon]]''. The fairy artwork was replaced with Yoshi's Island artwork, and the "Tetris" trademark was licensed from [[The Tetris Company]] because American audiences associated the name "Tetris" with block puzzle games in general. The game is now usually referred to as '''Puzzle League''' after the [[Game Boy Advance]] version.
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Revision as of 00:11, 23 March 2007

Tetris Attack
Developer(s)Intelligent Systems
Publisher(s)Nintendo
Platform(s)Super NES, Game Boy
Release1996
Gameplay info
Next pieces1 row of tiles
Playfield size6w x 12h (Super NES);
6w x 9h (Game Boy)
Hold pieceN/A
Hard dropN/A

Tetris Attack was the first North American localization of Panel de Pon. The fairy artwork was replaced with Yoshi's Island artwork, and the "Tetris" trademark was licensed from The Tetris Company because American audiences associated the name "Tetris" with block puzzle games in general. The game is now usually referred to as Puzzle League after the Game Boy Advance version.