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Puyo Puyo (MSX2)

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Title Screen

Puyo Puyo

Developer: Compile
Publisher: Compile
Platform: MSX2
Released in JP: October 25, 1991[1]

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.

Puyo Puyo on the MSX2, along with the Famicom Disk System version, is the very first game in the ongoing puzzle game series. Unlike its FDS counterpart, however, this version was sold directly by Compile on disk in stores, as well as on the TAKERU software vending machine service.

Hidden Staff Credits

Puyo Puyo MSX2 Staff Credits 1.png Puyo Puyo MSX2 Staff Credits 2.png

Hitting the ESC key on the title screen will reveal a list of staff credits for the game.

(Source: ゲームレビュー(ぷよぷよ MSX2版))

Easter Eggs

Holding down the I or T keys will change the appearances of Puyos in the game. Either key must be held down after starting from the title screen until the player select dialog appears in order to work.

  • I key: This will change all the Puyos into humanoid-looking figures.

Puyo Puyo MSX2 I-Key Humanoid Puyos.png

  • T key: This will change the appearance of the Yellow Puyos into Carbuncles.

Puyo Puyo MSX2 T-Key Carbuncle Yellow Puyos.png

(Source: Generation MSX)


  1. All About Puyo Puyo (1993, p. 16)