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Puzzle, July 9, 2016
You'll be Forever Bursting Bubbles! Bust-A-Move-4 is bursting onto the scene with more advanced gameplay, and tons of new features. It's a challenge for the whole family!

  • Bury opponents with the devastating new Chain Reactions.
  • Keep the bubbles in balance with the new Pulley Mechanism.
  • Rank yourself with the comprehensive Ranking System.
  • Save custom puzzles to Memory Cards with Edit Mode.
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Puzzle, July 9, 2016
You'll be Forever Bursting Bubbles! Bust-A-Move-4 is bursting onto the scene with more advanced gameplay, and tons of new features. It's a challenge for the whole family!

It's a Bust-A-Move 4 hack.
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Puzzle, July 9, 2016
The people of Puzzle Island love to play puzzle games. Their favorite is Denki Blocks! A game of skill that is played by sliding blocks around a board, joining colored blocks together to build shapes and solve puzzles.
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Action, Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble, known in Japan as Korokoro Kirby, is an action puzzle video game published and developed by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color handheld video game console. It was first released in Japan on August 23, 2000 and in North America on April 11, 2001. Due to the cartridge having a built-in accelerometer, it has a unique shape, as well as a unique transparent pink color.
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Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Oh No! More Lemmings is a computer game expansion to the Psygnosis game Lemmings. Sometimes referred to as the "data disk", it contains 100 unique single-player levels and six new music tracks. The Amiga version also includes 10 two-player levels. This game is not the official sequel to Lemmings, a title that goes to Lemmings 2: The Tribes.

The game requires either the install disk from the previous Lemmings, or, in a standalone version, the game manual, for use as a copy protector. The new levels are separated into five difficulty categories (Tame, Crazy, Wild, Wicked, and Havoc), each with 20 levels. Unlike the original game, none of the levels borrowed graphics from other Psygnosis titles. In one level, "Inroducing SUPERLEMMING" [sic], the player must save a single lemming that moves at a greatly increased speed. Also unlike the original Lemmings, each level is unique; no levels appear in multiple difficulty categories with different amounts of each skill.
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Action, Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Looney Tunes: Twouble! (known as Sylvester and Tweety: Breakfast on the Run in the UK) is a side scrolling action/puzzle game developed by Bit Managers and published by Infogrames for the Game Boy Color.

Looney Tunes: Twouble! offers two different playing modes used periodically throughout the game: side-scroller and puzzle.

In side-scroller mode players run and jump about while dodging obstacles in fast-paced 2D environment. In contrast, the puzzles require more of a logical thinking approach.
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Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Magical Drop, sometimes referred to by native Japanese players as MagiDro, is a series of puzzle games originally released in the arcade, and later primarily released for several platforms such as the Neo Geo Arcade , Super Famicom, Sega Saturn and Neo Geo Pocket Color developed by Data East. The games are notable for being extremely fast-paced.

Magical Drop is played in a style and gameplay similar to Compile's (now Sega's) Puyo Puyo and Taito's Puzzle Bobble franchises; a "stack" of random colored bubbles descend from the top, and a player is defeated when a bubble hits the bottom. Bubbles can be picked up and dropped by the player's "clown" at the bottom, and are destroyed when three or more of the same color are put together on a single column. "Chains" are formed either when a single drop caused a chain reaction, or when more than one group of bubbles is destroyed in quick succession. The game is normally played with two players (one may be a computer opponent), and chains cause the opponent's stack to descend faster.

There are 24 characters, all but the Black Pierrot being named after a tarot card (although the Strength card has been represented by two characters throughout the series). Different characters have different attack patterns. The columns of the opponent's stack will descend at different rates relative to each other depending on the character chosen. This causes a disjunction of colors that may make it more difficult for the other player to clear their stack. For example, with the character Devil, all the columns will descend at the same rate, whereas with Sun, the middle columns will descend faster than the others.
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Strategy, Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Rampart is an arcade game, released in 1990 by Atari Games, that combines the shoot 'em up and puzzle genres.
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Puzzle, July 9, 2016
Super Breakout is an Puzzle game, developed by Morning Star Multimedia and published by Majesco, which was released in 1998.
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