A puzzle game which is in the vein of Tetris where the blocks are separate and fired upwards.
Delirium is a game similar to Tetris, in some respects, but instead of the blocks falling down, they come in chutes and you select them, then shoot them at the other blocks, hopefully to get a row of three or more.
The graphics are none too special, but really the stunning thing is the backgrounds – each of which is wonderfully drawn and looks absolutely spectacular. Fortunately they don’t overshadow the game.
The style of game is an interesting one. The selection process for the blocks is a little bit annoying, but the real problem is trying to pick where to shoot. Getting that right is a pain, as sometimes the tube moves too far either side of your goal and you have to launch it while moving between the points.
The music and sound are both nice in this game and you shouldn’t have any trouble with them getting annoying, because in actuality they’re quite enjoyable.
So if you’re in the mood for a game with a bit of a difference, you can certainly give Delirium a try.