With the cult hit Super Puzzle Fighter II, Capcom Puzzle World is at its best regarding smashing gems. This time, the famous Super Puzzle Fighter II: X gem-breaking mode will be joined by two new, never-before-seen-in-the-US features that will make the game even more fun. In Super Puzzle Fighter II: Y, players put together groups of three or more colors that are the same. When the colors line up, they break and fill up the “Change Gem” meter, making long chains that can help you win from behind. In Super Puzzle Fighter II: Z mode, the rules are the same as in X, but instead of falling blocks, the playing field rises, and the first person to reach the top loses. The key to winning is rotating the gems already in the area using a 2×2 marker to clear the blocks. In Counter Gem Edit Mode, gamers can make their attack patterns, and in Training Mode, they can improve their skills.
Block is a new take on the genre of games where you break blocks. Block came out in arcades in 1990, and it has a mode for two players to work together to break down blocks. This game was also different because the paddle kept getting smaller, forcing players to finish each board as quickly as possible.
The Buster Bros. Collection was first released for the PlayStation game console. It is a simple puzzle shooter with three games in one: Buster Bros, Super Buster Bros, and Buster Buddies. Buster Bros is a popular arcade game where one or two players must move through over 50 timed stages and shoot all the bubbles on the screen without touching them. Super Buster Bros is an updated game version that came before it, and it has better graphics and “Panic Mode,” which adds 99 levels of fast-paced action. Buster Buddies was the last game in the series to come out in arcades. It had four original characters, different stages, and more bonus items than the previous games.