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  • Summary: [Playstation Network] A music-based game like no other, Groovin' Blocks adds innovative musical game play to an addictive action/puzzle game foundation. Play to the rhythm of the music to increase your score, and try to hit "Superbeats" to double your multiplier. Go for the high score in each of the 27 stages as you collect stars to unlock 15 levels of power-ups. Groovin' Blocks features three skill levels, from the accessible Casual to the fiendish Hard mode. Play with your friends in co-op mode or against them head-to-head. Head-to-head brings it up a notch as the power-ups now become attacks on your opponent. Play head-to-head with people of all skill levels using a golf-style handicapping system. Collapse
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. We're not talking the second coming of Tetris here, but Groovin' Blocks is a fresh entry into a crowded genre. Most importantly, it's unique enough to stand out in said genre.
  2. Lumines with thumping rhythm. [Oct 2010, p.77]
  3. 75
    Groovin' Blocks is a one trick pony, but the developers have put a lot of care and effort into making it a fun little pony.
  4. Odds are that if you like these kinds of games, you'll have some fun with Groovin' Blocks, but if this isn't your thing it won't win you over.
  5. The game has basically one trick up its sleeve, but a trick that it executes very smoothly.
  6. My ranting aside, this game, while flawed in many areas, is decent to play single player.
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