Puyo Puyo Fever


Publisher: Sega
Hardware: Naomi Cart
Year: 2003
Controls: 1 Joystick, 3 Buttons Per Player
Number of Players: 2 Players
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Ported To: N/A


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Puyo Pop Fever, is the latest game in the Puyo Puyo series. The previous Puyo Puyo games required you to line up blobs (called "puyos") of the same color in order to make them pop, but the new game has a new "fever" mode that is triggered when you fill up an onscreen gauge.

The graphics in the game are modest but colorful across all platforms. You can expect to see a hefty dose of rich color on hand for the tiny puyos and the various effects that appear during a match. The game features a mix of 2D and 3D elements that become more apparent as you play. The camera will shift to slightly off-center angles to show off the 3D puyos and the 3D environments behind the playing field. The fever mode initiates all manner of unusual special effects onscreen as the action speeds up.

Puyo Pop Fever seems to retain the addictive quality of its predecessors. The gameplay is complemented by graphics that are as technically proficient as they are cute. In addition to the single-player mode, the game also features two-player multiplayer play.


(Description written by: Ricardo Torres)

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