Puyo Pop Fever

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Game name Puyo Pop Fever
First released on
Wednesday 4th of February 2004
2004-02-04
Genres Music, Puzzle, Strategy
Age ratings ESRB E
Game modes Single player, Split screen
Publisher(s) Atlus, Ignition Entertainment, Sega, THQ
Developer(s) Sonic Team
Platform(s) NGC, PS2, XBOX, DC, X360, Mac, GBA, PC, PSP, NDS
Views 89 times
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Puyo Pop Fever Summary

Updated version of the classic Puyo Puyo puzzle game featuring the all-new "fever" mode. Better known in the west under the titles Puyo Pop, Kirby's Avalanche and Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine, Puyo Pop Fever still follows the classic bubble-popping format (align four or more "puyos" to make them pop), but Sega also delivers completely overhauled visuals with a more hand-drawn look, an expanded roster of characters, and a new "Fever Mode" that cranks up the action to frantic degrees once players fill a "fever gauge" on their screen. Although a four-player mode didn't make the cut, two players can go head to head and compete for points or survival.

Puyo Pop Fever releases

  Region Release date Platform
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 Nintendo GameCube
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 PlayStation 2
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 Xbox
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 Dreamcast
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 Xbox 360
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 Mac
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 Game Boy Advance
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 PC (Microsoft Windows)
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 PlayStation Portable
Flag Worldwide Wednesday 4th of February 2004 Nintendo DS

Puyo Pop Fever screenshots

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