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A Nintendo DS port of Qub3D, a Tetris like mini-game from Grand Theft Auto IV (GTA IV).
- Original block moving rules
- Original block pattern matching
- Saving hi scores
- Audio/video obviously differs from original
- Own score system
- Download and extract file
- DLDI patch .nds file and copy it to the root directory of the card
DLDI patch is optional which allows saving high score. A file "qub3scr" would be created to store highscores.
The primary goal of the game is to match up coloured blocks into groups of four or more before they fill up the box, similar to Puyo Puyo, except the blocks actually "tumble" down when positioned vertically, akin to a Slinky; as the player acquires a specific amount of points, the game moves up a level.
Initially, the game begins with only blue, green and red blocks. As the player progresses up the levels, however, the game slightly increases the falling speed of new blocks, as well as including more block colors.
It uses only one screen, no touch screen input.
D-pad - direction
A - start
Gameplay on DS