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Dolucky no Puzzle Tour '94


Yellow cubes four of them connect from the top of the top screen with grey block left of this and to the right of this like yellow and black chessboard area with  1 next to 05 and 2 05 and point  Black  meaning nothing and you can see on the right player grey coloured cubes with both having like forest nature look to  the background of them all
Kind of like more hard version of like Tetris you have to connect five connected instead of the usual three like standard tetris in this game meaning it's very easy to lose here since having to connect 5 without reaching the bottom area is pretty hard since the screen you have you have to work with is only like 12 spaces meaning it's very easy to lose each time.

You get like special moves here which can be used to attack the other player giving a possible fun multiplayer feel to it all here and the graphics look very cool here in this game and I like how they made the usual tetris  game into more complex or interesting version here I suspect it would have being pretty popular when it was released before it was just released in Japan so had probably not much of fans in the Western world over it not being released here.


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