Platform(s) Super Famicom
Release date(s) March 8, 1996 (remix)
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer, Endless, Puzzle Mode (some versions).
The Super Family Computer version, retitled Super Puyo Puyo Tsu (す〜ぱ〜 ぷよぷよ通 Sūpā Puyo Puyo Tsū) sold around 10,000 units in the first week of release, even though it was later than that of the Mega Drive version. This was because it added a 4-player mode – Compile’s first attempt at such a mode for a domestic console – with the use of a multitap. Without a multitap, 3 and 4 MAN players cannot be played. Months later, Compile released Super Puyo Puyo Tsu Remix (す〜ぱ〜 ぷよぷよ通 リミックス Sūpā Puyo Puyo Tsū Rimikkusu), a special version of the Super Famicom game that allowed up to 4 players to play without the need of the multitap, by replacing the human players with computer ones.
Played by seabook
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