The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. It grew into an original project under the direction of Takashi Tezuka, with a story and script created by Yoshiaki Koizumi and Kensuke Tanabe. It is one of the few Zelda games not to take place in the land of Hyrule, and does not feature Princess Zelda or the Triforce relic. Instead, protagonist Link begins the game stranded on Koholint Island, a place guarded by a creature called the Wind Fish. Assuming the role of Link, the player fights monsters and solves puzzles while searching for eight musical instruments that will awaken the sleeping Wind Fish and allow him to escape from the island.
The Game Boy version of Tetris plays identically to versions of Tetris released on other platforms. A pseudorandom sequence of 'tetrominoes' – shapes composed of four square blocks each – fall down the playing field, which is 10 blocks wide by 18 blocks high in the Game Boy version. The objective of the game is to manipulate these tetrads, by moving each one sideways and rotating it by 90-degree units, with the aim of creating a horizontal line of blocks without gaps.
In Pokemon Red, after the player gives Professor Oak a name for him or her and his or her rival, they leave town through the north exit. Professor Oak will stop them and take them to his lab where they will be able to choose one of three Starter Pokemon; the Fire-type Charmander, the Grass-type Bulbasaur, or the Water-type Squirtle. Their rival, whom Oak has also called to his lab, will always choose the Pokemon with a type advantage over the one the player picked and the player and their rival will engage in battle. After they are finished head north past Route 1, towards Viridian City.
In Pokemon Blue, the player begins in their hometown of Pallet Town. After venturing alone into the tall grass, the player is stopped by Professor Oak, a famous Pokemon researcher. Professor Oak explains to the player that wild Pokemon may be living there, and encountering them alone can be very dangerous. He takes the player to his laboratory where the player meets Oak's grandson, a rival aspiring Pokemon Trainer. The player and the rival are both instructed to select a starter Pokemon for their travels out of Bulbasaur, Squirtle, and Charmander. Oak's Grandson will always choose the Pokemon which is stronger against the player's starting Pokemon.