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Wither Pop is a puzzle-strategy game for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita. It was released in Europe on March 5, 2016, in Oceania, South Africa, Brasil and Nigeria on March 18, 2016, Nippon and most part of Asia on March 25, 2016, and North America on March 31, 2016. It includes two chapters, TetrisCraft and MinePuyo. MinePuyo plays similarly to Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine and Kirby's Avalanche/Ghost Trap.
Wither has had enough of Steve. Using black magic, he turns everyone but Steve in a block. Steve must quickly stop Wither before it's - gulp - too late ?!
Everybody knows Tetris, so let's move on to the Puyo Puyo/Puyo Pop chapter. The game is played with two opponents, each controlling one of two grids. Blocks fall from the top in groups of two, coming in various types and one pair falling each "turn". The player must attempt to arrange the blocks into groups of at least four blocks all of the same type; should they do this, the blocks in the group will disappear.
Players must also contend with clear, or 'refugee' blocks which are deposited in the player's grid by their opponent removing larger chains of blocks. If a player is able to cause a chain reaction by removing one set of blocks, and hence causing another set to group and disappear, and so on, the resultant number of refugees deposited will be far higher. Refugee blocks cannot be removed by being arranged into groups of four; the only way to remove them is to remove normal blocks adjacent to the refugee. A player can attempt to send refugees to their opponent in order to frustrate their attempts to remove blocks. The player whose screen fills up with blocks first loses. A new element, though, is that opponents can now use a special ability.
The game has four main modes. Scenario Mode has the player going through ten levels facing against Wither and his army before facing off against Wither himself. As the game is played, Wither's henchmen become increasingly skilled and blocks begin to fall faster, making it more difficult to arrange them into desirable configurations. Upon the completion of a level, the game gives the player a password enabling them to start from that point in the game next time they play. Exercise Mode allows the player to play without a CPU opponent, with gameplay going faster as the game goes on. Another player may join in at any time. 1P vs 2P Mode allows two players to compete against each other. Lastly, there's also Puzzle Mode, in which players must either use a limited supply of blocks to clear a screen, or complete missions by arranging blocks in a certain pattern/shape or something else.
Opponents (both chapters, in order)Edit
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