Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary (Nintendo DS)
|Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary|
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Are you a bad enough dude to
It's the fifteenth anniversary of a game where you line up blobs in chains of four.
Puyo Puyo Sniper
There is an unused game mode in the "Special Price" version called "Puyo Puyo Sniper". Use this Action Replay code to unlock everything and beat the game. It is the third menu in options.
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The Rev 1 version fixes a bug present in the original revision, where the game would stop saving after 255 times. The "Special Price" version adds the aforementioned unused minigame.
This game is full of unused and leftover files, many of which contain leftover and test graphics in them.
A test graphic of some sorts.
A screenshot of a battle using a placeholder background field.
Screenshots of a prototype character select screen. Carbuncle was selectable here, and Amitie oddly has Baldanders' dropset and power type.
A screenshot from the SEGA game Beach Spikers.
Photo of a person. Possibly someone who worked with the game?
Title screen of "Puyo Puyo ABC". This could've possibly been the original concept of this game.
Some character selection screens of Puyo Puyo ABC. In the textbox is the name of the character's ability. Unfortunately the latter 2 images have broken palettes.
Dongurigaeru's ability description, "Daikaiten" (translates to "great spinner"), it has the same name as the 15th's mode Spinner, and the description shows that this ability was supposed to work the same way.
A placeholder background for the Endless modes selection. It says "Tokoton" (endless).
Placeholder buttons for Endless modes, oddly in different colors. They say, respectively: Endless Battle, Endless Puyo, Endless Fever and Endless Mission.
Across the files, several .bat files that were used to build the .narc archives can be found. Some source code related files can also be found, such as strings or text files of repositories.
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This XML file seems to have information of a developer who uploaded some files to a repository, in this case some .bat files.