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Ms. Pac-Man (Atari 7800) - by -^Cro§Bow^-
This little pink bowed wonder has managed to get herself ported to just about every console and system ever made. And while the arcade is still the best and cannot ever really be replaced, there is a conversion done to the console that does justice to this classic coin op. The Atari 7800 ProSystem’s version of Ms. Pac-Man [...more]
Chicken Shift - by D@Z
Have you ever played a game where you just cannot get very far despite the hours of practice you put in.
Ok so I have not played this game very much but I am not very good when I do play it,but that does not mean I don`t like it.
This game is made up of 4 levels,the first 2 levels of this game you find yourself in [...more]
Tetris Attack - by Dorsola
Before I get started, I'd like to point out that this is my 60th Review for JoseQ's EmuViews. Thanks again, JoseQ, for your excellent site and for all the support you've given me as I write these things for you.
Alrighty! Here's my latest Review - a puzzle game from Nintendo that I found to be surprisingly good! [...more]
Pop'n'Pop - by Haze
A Taito All-Star Cast present this Brave Attempt at a puzzle game to you, I say Brave not because its a bad game (which it certainly isn't) but because Taito really must have taken a risk throwing this at the Unexpecting Public. The game probably best resembles (well similarities can be seen anyway) Puyo Puyo, a game [...more]
PotoPoto - by Haze
While Sega prehaps aren't considered one of the major players in the 'Puzzle' game market with the majority of their games series such as Columns being greatly overshadowed in the Mainstream by efforts like the Puzzle Bobble / Bust-A-Move series from Taito which seem to have found their way onto many of todays systems [...more]
Uopoko - by Haze
Uopoko, released only 2 years back in 1998 is certainly quite an original puzzle game by current standards. While the basic elements it combines are already well used, its the way in which they are mixed together which is rather interesting. Taking the most Basic of the 'Puzzle Bobble' rules, that being Match 3 balls [...more]
Stack Columns - by Dorsola
As if Columns II wasn't enough, Sega released yet another game in 1994 called Stack Columns. (Currently the only version available in MAME is the Japanese release.) This game, while better than the sequel to the original Columns, still doesn't offer much new in the way of gameplay - the new game is entirely competitive [...more]
Columns II - by Dorsola
When I was introduced to Columns for the very first time, I played a version in the arcade that had some really nice music to it. I can't remember nowadays if that game was more competitive than the original Columns or not, but I was disappointed to find that Columns itself wasn't the one I was thinking of in all the [...more]
Columns I - by Dorsola
Been a while since I've done a review. :) And what better way to get back in shape than with a good puzzle game? In fact, let me tell you a bit about the very first computer puzzle game I ever played - yes, believe it or not, I played this game BEFORE I discovered Tetris! Amazing, huh?
The game is Columns. The [...more]
Chip's Challenge - by Dorsola
You don't see many maze games, period. Mazes are usually rather boring, dull and lifeless, and the objective is always the same. Go from the beginning to the end, right?
Well, say hello to Chip's Challenge, one of a few puzzle-type games that came out for the Atari Lynx. The Lynx (for those of you who aren't familiar [...more]
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