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Re: Together Retro: Puyo Puyo

Posted: Sun May 22, 2016 6:37 pm
by ExedExes
Puyo Pop (GBA) - Got to one place where I would be "trained" on Hard Puyos (nuisance puyos that take more than one match to clear), and I can't even get past that stage.

Puyo Pop Fever (GC) - Got to stage 6 of the 8 stage course, but I still like this one a lot more. I need to understand Fever mode a little better.

I had no idea how hard all the single player vs. modes have been so far.

Re: Together Retro: Puyo Puyo

Posted: Thu May 26, 2016 4:33 am
by nightrnr
Out of all the various iterations and ports of Puyo, I settle to play the one for...
N-Gage :mrgreen: (Puyo Pop)

It's actually a really good fit for the system, if a little small for the screen (and the only puzzle game I own for my N-Gage QD). I can only really get to 3 combos at a time, which is good enough for the opponents I've beaten so far (1st 6 I think).

So I still like MBM more for one reason in particular:
Combos are more satisfying to hear.
What other versions have the pieces exclaim "Ye-hah" and "Yipee" in increasingly ecstatic tones with each combo? (and I am really wanting to know, as I've not played many versions).
Back in the day, I played this against my sister, got a very lucky string of combos, and we just cracked up at the exciting sounds of doom I just sent her way.

Re: Together Retro: Puyo Puyo

Posted: Mon Oct 03, 2016 10:58 am
by retrosportsgamer
After playing a bunch of Puyo Puyo 2 on the M2 developed 3DS port, I wanted to stick with the series and picked up Kirby's Avalanche. I can get to the six stage but couldn't beat LOLA.

You start trying to set up future moves and you just get dumped with blocks, rendering the whole effort moot. Quite the challenge.