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Puyo Puyo CD

Puyo Puyo CD (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Turbografx-CD
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Compile


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Puyo Puyo CD review

Reviewed January 16, 2005

Zigfried says: "The Minions of Satan came to learn the customs of the PuyoPuyo, and used this knowledge to subjugate the pitiful little blobs by forming them into like-colored sequences of four or more. This was a great and vicious evil, for when the PuyoPuyo were connected in such a manner, they would EXPLODE into tiny, gelatinous bits."
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