A couple of years ago, Meteos provided one of the first convincing cases for the DS’s stylus control, kicking off a revolutionary summer that really established the then-quirky handheld after a post-launch lull in title quality. The only function that Meteos lacked was Wi-Fi capability, which would come to the system a couple of months later. Another puzzle game, Tetris DS would implement this function brilliantly.
Honestly, I could probably run my Tetris DS review through a find/replace algorithm and generate a passable review for Planet Puzzle League (PPL), as the two games are remarkably similar. The only real difference is the Panel de Pon (also known as Tetris Attack and/or PokA