Super Puyo Puyo 2
|Released By||J2e Translations|
|Patching Information||No-Header (SNES)|
|Game Date||08 December 1995|
|Release Date||28 October 2001|
|Last Modified||02 May 2020|
Puyo Puyo is a very popular block-a-riffic puzzler made for a variety of platforms. What’s block-a-riffic? Well, it’s one of those games where blocks rain down from the heavens and you have to match a bunch of the same color and make them disappear. In fact, the original Puyo Puyo was ported as Kirby’s Avalanche and Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine, respectively for Nintendo and Sega consoles. This version has a lot of nifty extras, like a story mode and whatnot. Isn’t Arle the cutest?! I mean, damn! CUTE.
The title screen’s all hacked, as well as a ton of graphics. Unfortunately, necrosaro didn’t bother to translate all of the graphics, so it’s technically not quite a “Complete” translation.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Super Puyo Puyo 2 (J).smc
- CRC32: 881BF1C7
- MD5: A33673BAA4DE74C8AA40C5980562B2FC
- SHA-1: D3FA890BF392DFF6AECBF99CD71281FB3E8D72CA
- SHA-256: D51050D81FB207F55B1C21A36C535D7E4B1F003F6619B585FB18003807753064