Block Kuzushi

Block Kuzushi
preowned


Planning Office Wada
Compatible with Super Famicom™ / SNES™ (SNES)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
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Manufacturer
Planning Office Wada
Compatible With Super Famicom™ / SNES™ (SNES)
Version
NTSC
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sold Out of print / Out of stock

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Original Name  ブロックくずし
Official Release Date Nov 17, 1995
Genre Puzzle
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0001792735
Catalog No.  SHVC-P-AB8J
Item Code  4939439100080
Players  1

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shadowstar123 (249) on 21, Oct. 2010 22:10 (HKT)
It's Arkanoid for the most part...
The game starts with an intro that doesn't seem to make any sense or have anything got do with the game, but is very funny to look at.

Basically, rather than being a single paddle bouncing a ball back and forth against the tiles, you are a ship with 2 paddles that you can switch between the two.

You can collect powerups like the ball splitter, missile, long board, safety bar, short board, magnet board, strong ball, and other things. You also get level warps which usually bring me back to the first level. After every stage you beat, you see your main character lost in a cave or something. It's really weird. You can select which level to goto sometimes, but I didn't really understand the point.

Basically, it's just like Breakout or Arkanoid, just with its own weird twist. It's playable, but not exactly fantastic.
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