Endorfun is a blend of New Age and Tetris. The object is to gain “Life Force” points by rolling a multi-colored cube around on the playing field — a grid filled with color squares — then matching the cubeâ€™s colors to those on the board. There are special squares that gain you extra points, add seconds to your time, etc., and thatâ€™s about it. Sure, there are more than 40 games with nifty names like Karma, X-treme, and Heartâ€™s Desire, but these are nothing more than new color combinations and subtle variations on the basic theme.
The worst part of Endorfun is the Fruitopia-style backgrounds that shimmer and swirl while youâ€™re playing. The color combinations are so ugly and distracting, youâ€™ll quickly understand why the game gives you the option of turning the backgrounds off. You can turn the music and sound effects off, too, and play Endorfun in blissful silence. But why? The only fun youâ€™ll get from this product is by playing with all the options turned on so you can hoot and holler at the awful colors and music.
System Requirements: 80486DX4 CPU, 16 MB RAM, 50 MB HDD, Win95
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