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Tube-It is an Arcade Puzzle Game released by Taito in 1993. It was originally released in Japanese arcades under the name Cachat.

During the game, blocks of straight, curved, plus-shaped, or t-shaped pieces fall from the top of the screen. The goal of the game is to align the blocks so a path is created from one electrode to another, either on the same side or the opposite side. The player uses the joystick with a button to rotate the blocks and drag the block left or right. You can also drag a block from beneath other blocks.

If the blocks reach the top of the screen before you can complete the circuit, the game is over. The game has ten levels.


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Tropes in this game

  • Badass Native: The main guy (and girl) does almost all the game is dance. It might sound mundane, until you find out or realize how energy-consuming it is.
  • Competitive Multiplayer: Up to two players can play against each other.
  • Funny Background Event: The level backgrounds change.
  • Let's Dance: The main guy and girl just dance regularly.
  • Nintendo Hard: To an extent. The later levels are somewhat brutal. An increase in blocks is one thing, but the fact the blocks fall insanely fast in later levels is something else.
  • Scenery Porn: Hands down. Look at the picture above and tell us it's not amazing for the time.

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