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Puzzle, July 9, 2016
3D Block is a pirated port of Blockout, made for the Famicom by Hwang Shinwei in 1989. There are two versions: a 1989 version credited to Hwang Shinwei and a 1990 version credited to "RCM Group" with a slightly different title screen.

This is an adaptation of Blockout, which in itself is a 3D version of Tetris. This is emphasized with the cartridge itself, having the artwork ripped from the original game. In this version the well is 5x5x10 cubes big and the size never changes, unlike the official versions. The controls are somewhat unorthodox, as unlike most other games, the Select button pauses the game while Start speeds up the block so that it moves to the bottom of the well faster. The block designs themselves are the same as in the arcade version of Blockout.
Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Othello is a 1988 video game published by Acclaim Entertainment, made for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Versions of the game were first released on home consoles by Philips Magnavox on the Odyssey 2 as Dynasty in 1978, and later on the Atari 2600 in 1980. Othello is based on the board game Reversi, which was marketed as Othello. It is similar to both chess and checkers.

The board game was created before television was invented. It is played with two-sided (black and white) chips, also called discs, on a board. The player can choose between black or white chips. Games are either player versus computer or player versus player. The goal is to end the game with as many chips showing your color as possible. To do this, players must sandwich their opponents' chip(s) between a piece of their own color already on the board, and the piece being played. The game has four skill levels when playing the computer, as well as a hidden fifth level if you beat the computer on level four.

There is supposedly a slot machine game that is revealed when pressing Select + A at the main menu screen (the word slot will appear atop the screen and the game is said to start after you complete a two player game), but some users have reported that nothing happens after the word "slot" shows up.
Puzzle, March 15, 2017
Pit your pipe-fitting prowess against a surging stream of soggy sewage. But slow down for a second and it's sludge city! You'll play instinctively, while you think strategically. You'll get good quickly, but you'll always have room to get better. Pipe Dream is a perfect desktop stress-buster and a terrific tournament game and a seriously special strategy puzzle!
Puzzle, July 9, 2016
The Great Waldo Search is a video game released in 1992. It is based on the third Waldo book, which was originally released under the same name in North America.

The pictures are slightly animated images of Waldo scenes, the player has to scroll along the long picture to survey the scape while searching for Waldo and other objects. The directional buttons control a magnifying glass and is used in order to "find" objects. Waldo's dog Woof is also in each level and by finding him the player gets to play a small bonus game to collect points while controlling Woof on a flying carpet.
Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Where's Waldo? (Where's Wally? in the UK, Australia and South America) is a puzzle game developed by video game musician Craig Jakubowski and published in 1991 by THQ for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was the first video game loosely based on Martin Handford's book of the same name. Mostly similar to the books, players must help Waldo get to the moon by finding him in each of the eight levels in the game.

The game was panned by critics, who criticized the game for its graphics, which made it more difficult to find Waldo in each of the levels.

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