Captain N Wiki
Totally Tetrisized
Season 3, Episode 4
Air date October 5, 1991 (English)
September 25, 1992 (French)
Written by Dorothy Middleton
Episode guide
Return to Castlevania
A Tale of Two Dogs

"Totally Tetrisized" is a Season 3 episode of Captain N: The Game Master. It is the fourth episode of the season and the thirty-first episode of the series.

The episode was written by Dorothy Middleton.

Plot summary[]

The N Team returns to Tetris, where the Puzzle Wizard, a strange new villain, has been using a device to transform the citizens into Tetris blocks. It's up to the N Team to enter the Wizard's fortress and rescue the world.

Character appearances[]

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

N Team Forces of Chaos Others


  • Originally aired with the Super Mario World cartoon "Ghosts R Us."
  • Last episode to feature Tetris, Lyle, and Mayor Squaresly.
  • The song that plays during the Tetris Blocks Song Montage Chase Sequence was later reused as an unreleased soundtrack song for the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series, another video game-inspired cartoon from DiC Entertainment which came out two years after this episode.
  • One of the answers in the quiz game Simon and Kevin are playing is "ghoul school". There was actually a Nintendo game by that name, about a school being taken over by monsters and demons.[1]



  • Both Prince Lyle and Mayor Squaresly have different color schemes in this episode than the ones used in the Season 2 episode "The Trouble with Tetris", though their overall designs are the same.



  • Simon gets zapped by the Puzzle Wizard's ray before Mayor Squaresly does, yet he's still in block form (and being used as a doorstop) at the end of the episode. Why does he take so much longer to return to normal than the mayor does?
  • What became of the citizens of Tetris after the Puzzle Wizard was defeated? Were they returned to normal? Or did they remain as blocks forever?
  • Also, what about the block people in the chamber with Mayor Squaresly? Were they refugees in hiding?
  • Can the riddle the Puzzle Wizard gave Simon actually be solved? If so, what's the answer? If not, then he obviously cheated so that Simon would lose no matter what answer he came up with and be turned into a block.

Variants and alterations[]

None known.


External Links[]