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    ROM NumberÂ

    0137


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    Full NameÂ

    Pokémon Torouze




    RegionÂ

    Japan




    LanguagesÂ

    Japanese




    Release GroupÂ

    Caravan




    ROM SizeÂ

    128Mbit




    Save TypeÂ

    Unknown




    GenreÂ

    Puzzle




    FilenameÂ

    cvn-ptoro.zip




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  2. Gaisuto

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    I'm going to use this box art and make a "Spot that Pokemon" game with it =3

    Who can spot Nidoqueen? [​IMG]
     
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    So what, is this Pokemon Ranger, or whatever it's called?
     
  4. ShadowXP

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    Let me guess, a Pokémon take on insert game here? [​IMG]
     
  5. Deadmon

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    Its the puzzle game I believe.

    Ranger is another game..
     
  6. Vince989

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    It plays a bit like an easier Yoshi's Cookie. You shift the rows and columns around, but this time you don't need to make full rows. They can disappear when they are at least 4 in a line, and if there are at least 3 lined up, they will disappear after, and the same thing with two after. This often makes HUGE combos...

    I was having around 11% of the Pokemon (there are 380 or so), and you collect them by simply matching them. The game seems good, I'll have to play some more to see more of it... [​IMG]

    - Vince989
     
  7. Karzon

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    That description sounds quite similar to PopCap's "Chuzzle"
     
  8. rkenshin

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    I believe it's a clone of bejewelled? (or the DS game ZooKeeper)
     
  9. Dirtie

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    So is it pretty much the same as Pokemon Puzzle Challenge/League?
     
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    No! [​IMG] I really can't wait until the English version of Dr. Mario & Puzzle League, which is like Tetris Attack and Pokemon Puzzle Challenge/League... And I hope they'll have improved the games : there was NO story mode in either, only the "basic modes", where you select the difficulty and speed, which felt almost "boring"... [​IMG]

    This one is really a mix between the controls of Yoshi's Cookie and the "falling" of Bejeweled. You move whole rows and columns of blocks, not individual blocks, in order to make lines; the screen is 5x5, and you need at least 4 aligned to start a combo. Once started, the second move only requires at least 3 blocks, and two afterwards. Once your combo is started, I also think you can make a L-shaped 3 with same blocks, and it registers, but I'm not totaly sure; I'd need more time with it! [​IMG]

    Actually seems enjoyable, but I feel like the blocks are BIG! They are each almost 1/5th of the screen's height and width... [​IMG]

    - Vince989
     
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    apologize for what?
     
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