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Name Puyo Puyo Tsu
System Genesis - Mega Drive
Year 1994
Developer Compile
Genre Puzzle

Puyo Puyo Tsu is a video game developed by Compile for the Sega Genesis and Mega Drive console systems. Released in 1996, it is the fourth installment of the puzzle series, Puyo Puyo, and was later adapted to other platforms as well. Puyo Pop Fever and Madou Monogatari: Hanamaru Daiyouchienji are part of the same saga.

The gameplay of Puyo Puyo Tsu revolves around matching up colored blobs (known as "Puyos") in order to complete lines or chains of four or more. All kinds of combinations are possible; one line could be created by connecting all four colors together, for example, while another could have multiple combos running in parallel. Completing lines will cause them to vanish, creating space for you to form more combos. As more matches are made throughout the game, the player earns points and their opponent’s field slowly fills with garbage blobs that can't be matched directly with others on the playing field but do take up valuable real estate while they're there.

One distinguishing feature of Puyo Puyo Tsu is its use of various characters from board games such as Madou Monogatari and Nazomi Jigokuhen as opponents in Story Mode. These characters serve as both antagonists and allies throughout your adventure in Stormbless Land—the land governed by Satan-sama himself! In addition to Story Mode, there are also versions available that come with Team Play Mode, which allows up to four players to play together at once; Arle Adventure Mode where you take control of Arle Nadja who must battle against an army of creatures known as Onilous; Versus CPU Mode where the computer serves as an AI opponent; and Practice mode where you can get some practice before taking on your friends or competing against powerful computer opponents! There's even a Time Attack Mode exclusive to SegaSaturn users which lets you challenge yourself by setting records related to time. Finally there's a Replay Theater mode provided which used VCR-style controls so that you can record your games and watch them back afterwards! Pretty cool huh?

In conclusion, if it’s fast paced puzzle action that you’re after then give Puyo Pop Tsu a try! With its great visuals, catchy soundtrack, clever AI competitors and overall addicting gameplay mechanics it’s sure to send fun-time levels off into orbit!

Genesis - Mega Drive Puzzle games