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- Developer: Mad Peet
- Single-player Campaign mode with four difficulty levels
- Co-Op Campaign mode to play with a friend
- Multi-player versus modes to face off against up to four players
- More than 30 levels including unlockable bonus levels
- Over 15 awesome music tracks
- Region free title, supports NTSC, PAL and VGA displays
- Supports all licensed Dreamcast controllers
- Supports rumble pack accessories
- Worldwide online high score tracking
|Release Date||Jan 11, 2010|
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It is a valuable commodity not put on the market where I live. It is joyous that the software of the Dreamcast is put on the market in recent years. I like BGM of the game.
Pretty much just like Lumines, it's a block puzzle game, for your amazing Sega Dreamcast! You really can't go wrong for the price, especially if you've been meaning to give your Dreamcast some extra love.
It warms my heart seeing new Dreamcast games being produced, so hearing there was a new puzzle game coming in 2009 had me excited. the overall game is solid, most will compare this to being a Lumines clone, and while that statement isn't too far off it is still a very enjoyable game. graphics are solid although not taxing the DC firepower in the least bit. it has some nice tunes, extra modes, and for under $22 USD the price can't be beat, especially when it's as much fun as this. Any true DC fan should be giving this game a chance.
I ordered the Limited Edtion version of Irides and was very impressed by the bang-for-your-buck, it came with a numbered coin and different cover art to the standard version, it also came with a numbered sheet with autographes from the developers, the cover art could have been much better for this title, a nice US style "Dreamcast" border could have made it better imho. Putting the game into the system and reaching the front end I started to feel like this maybe one those DOS looking games that are testers for tech some developers tend to go with. I decided to keep at it and got into the main game, I was met with some fantastic music and the game played very close to Lumines on PSP/PS2 I was very impressed! I would go as far as saying that Irides is my favourite Independent release since Wind and Water Puzzle Battles and I really hope the developers continue to invest time into making Dreamcast titles as I will for sure continue to invest my money.
A pleasant suprise this one! Plays much like Lumines n the next gen platforms. Excellent production values, decent graphics and music. Most importantly the game is good fun! Highly recomended, probably my favourite of all the recent DC indie releases.
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