By Kimberly Reyes
Updated February 07, 2003 at 05:00 AM EST


(Game Boy Advance) It seems that every new Tetris-inspired title comes with bells and whistles meant to distract you from its total lack of innovation. Stackers avoids falling into the puzzle abyss by devising new methods to bust egg clusters, adding addictive competition modes, and highlighting its Tiny Toon characters. But warning: Due to the GBA’s often hard-to-read display, this game needs strong illumination, lest too-similar egg colors be impossible to decipher — and ultimately to decimate.