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Bust-A-Move 99

Bust-A-Move 99 (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Taito Corporation

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04/08/1999

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Bust-A-Move 99 review

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James Gordon says: "For some reason, the game feels like a fighting game to me when I'm playing against the computer or my friend. Well, I think that just about sums up the gameplay, aside from saying that there are THOUSANDS of puzzles that you can play in the game, plus all the puzzles that you'll be making."
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