Puzzle de Pon!

    Game » consists of 0 releases. Released Nov 27, 1995

    An arcade puzzle game based on Bust-a-Move/Puzzle Bobble. Instead of clearing all the balls, the goal is to clear the balls surrounding a large "drop token".

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    Puzzle de Pon! is a tile-matching puzzle game developed by Visco (under license from Taito) and published by SNK for arcades (running Neo Geo MVS hardware) on November 27, 1995.

    Based on Taito's earlier puzzle game Bust-A-Move, Puzzle de Pon! has players firing colored balls at an angle to match other balls of the same color to clear them from the board. To differentiate from Bust-A-Move, the game includes a dedicated timer (instead of a playfield that lowers as the game progresses) and a new objective (to clear all the balls surrounding a large unique shape, called the "drop token").

    The game's theme is centered on astrology and includes 39 single-player stages and a two-player versus mode. While the game had no home release, it did have a re-release in North America in 1997. Titled Puzzle de Pon! R, this version includes a new assortment of single-player stages.


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