Korean Tetris games add upp to 100 different Tetris games! :D

I’ve reached 100 various Tetris games! :D I think I will celebrate with playing some more Tetris tonight!! ^__^

My two latest additions are not that common. One is Tetris on MSX from Korea, or Zemmix as they called the MSX there. Apparently Korean government banned Japanese companies from selling products in Korea, so they made their own knock-offs. The Zemmix / MSX Tetris game is not the greatest Tetris I’ve played. It’s odd. It only gives you 1 point per row cleared, no bonus for making a Tetris (4 rows at once), and the sound effects and music is scarce and dull. Also the controls are quite jumpy, I don’t know if it’s my joypads that are glitchy, but I tried 3 different ones and it was equally difficult to steer the tetraminos..

Anyway, here’s some gameplay of it,  I sat for hours last night trying to record gameplay through my Elgato but I just couldn’t get the signal unscrambled, it has some serious anti-pirating code built in or something XD So I ended up just shooting it with my phone.. sorry for shitty quality, but at least you can see what it’s like ^_^ I couldn’t find a video of it anywhere else..

The latest addition is another Korean game, but for the Gam-Boy, which is Korea’s equivalent to the Sega Master System or the Sega Mark III. The Gam-Boy was produced by Samsung in Korea. It reads 테트리스 which means Tetris ^_^

This was better than the MSX/Zemmix version of Tetris, it had a lot of different settings. One cool feature that I’ve only seen a few times before in Chinese Tetris games is the scrolling. If you set it to scroll the blocks at the bottom will shift one block to the left or right (it changes each level you increase) and makes it more difficult to plan how you want to build! It’s interesting :) But you can of course play without the scrolling feature as well. In the beginning there’s also the choice of Easy or Hard mode, hard makes the floor rise with random blocks once in a while, and you can also set speed to Low or High, once you get to the next screen though you have even more selections where you can set level and height, the height starts you off with blocks already on the board. You can basically make it really difficult for yourself by setting highest speed, highest level, tallest height and add some scroll to it XD Basically impossible! I enjoyed it, except for the music that was kind of shitty and the controls being a bit jumpy. There was like a delay every time a new tetramino appeared in the top.

I recorded some gameplay of this one too so you can see what it’s like ^_^ Here’s Korean Tetris for the Gam-Boy / Sega Master System / Sega Mark III:

Some other recent Tetris purchases that has helped adding my collection up to 100 Tetris games are these ones below ^_^ Two quite rare ones for the Japanese MSX and the Sharp X68000. I still need to find myself an X68000, so I can play it! That one and the PC ones are the only ones I can’t play right now. I also need to find an old PC with Windows 98 XD… Tetris Elements and Tetris Gold are both PC games. Then there’s a ZX Spectrum Tetris game, Tetris Attack for Game Boy (which isn’t quite Tetris in my opinion, but since it’s called Tetris I’ll count it..) and a Japanese PS2 Tetris Kiwamemichi game ^_^

See the entire collection of 100 different Tetris games >>

Here’s some gameplay of Tetris Ultimate that I usually play when I’m on my Xbone. Just to show that I don’t suck completely at Tetris XD

Heidi & Becki battling it out in Garou Densetsu on Neo Geo!

The second video in our Neo Geo series is out! This time we’re playing some Garou Densetsu The Battle of Destiny (also known as Fatal Fury). Both Becki and myself are absolutely horrible at fighting games, and it’s definitely not really our cup of tea, but these types of games sure bring out the fighting spirit in you! Haha! We both tend to get extremely competitive….

Watch the video here:

I will get onto editing the final two games we played, Sengoku and Ghost Pilots soon :)

Heidi & Becki play Neo Geo game Cyber Lip!

Neo Geo Game - Cyber-LipI’ve finally finished editing the first video of mine and Becki’s Neo Geo play session :) I really wanna make more videos like this, but it is very time consuming, but I’m trying my best to make videos whenever I have some spare time ^_^ Anyway, we had so much fun with the Neo Geo games! The first game we tried out was Cyber Lip! An action platform game that resembles Contra a lot. We love it when we find simultaneous co-op games, and the Neo Geo has loads of those! More videos will come soon with the rest of the games we played, like Garou Densetsu, Ghost Pilots and Sengoku :)

Check out the video and let me know what you think! ^__^

Playing Sega Master System with NinjaBrite!

Last time I had my bestie Becki (NinjaBrite) over we decided to make a youtube film! And she agreed on playing some retro video games with me! (We usually only play Xbox together) So I was thrilled and pulled out the worst games I could think of ;D No but I actually hadn’t really tried these games out, and it said it was multiplayer so we just went for it ^_^ And we ended up having a LOT of fun! Even with the most boring of games ;D

Check out the video here! :D

Dragon the Bruce Lee StoryThe first game we played was Dragon the Bruce Lee Story. This was a co-op beat’em up kind of game. The controls were kind of stiff, and the stages were kind of boring and didn’t change much (then again we didn’t make it very far ;D), and worst of all, the game had no music past the intro!! I guess they ran out of space on the cartridge >_< sucky…

 

 

 

 

Sega's World Tournament Golf

Then we went on to play Sega World Tournament Golf which was extremely entertaining!! Probably mostly because it sucked haha, but we had fun and went all in ;D Unfortunately also a game that lacked music.. and it gets extremely repetitive.. and green…

 

 

 

 

 

Super Monaco GP

Lastly we ended up playing Super Monaco GP (which we both love for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis, but the Master System version was something completely different!!) Also no music, and extremely annoying sound effects and the shittiest controls I’ve ever experienced!! >_<

Not recommended!

 

 

 

 

Hope you enjoy the video, and if anyone has suggestions of what you would like to see us play next time then let me know in the comments ^_^  Also if you have instagram check out our account @Geeky_Gals for random geekery ^_^

Video tour of my Game Room!

So I made a video… it’s a bit awkward and I couldn’t get the freaking formats to line up the way I wanted them too >_< and the lighting in my room is very … red!! But still, I hope you’ll enjoy it!! ^_^

Alex Kidd in Shinobi World for Sega Master System

I recently got a few new Sega Master System games, one of the was Alex Kidd in Shinobi World. I love the Alex Kidd games, so I was excited to try it out. However, on the second stage I got stuck… Watch my video below to see how I dealt with it!