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Tetris Blast

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Title Screen

Tetris Blast

Also known as: Super Bombliss (JP original), Super Bombliss DX (JP rerelease)
Developers: Bullet-Proof Software, TOSE
Publishers: Bullet-Proof Software (JP), Nintendo (US/EU)
Platforms: Game Boy, Super Game Boy, Game Boy Color
Released in JP: March 17, 1995 (original), December 10, 1999 (DX)
Released in US: January 1996
Released in EU: 1996
Released in AU: 1996


RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Tetris Blast is Bombliss...on the go!

Regional Differences

Copyright Message

Super Bombliss Tetris Blast Super Bombliss DX
Super Bombliss GB First.png Tetris Blast First.png Super Bombliss DX First.png

Title

Super Bombliss Tetris Blast Super Bombliss DX
Super Bombliss GB Title.png Tetris Blast Title.png Super Bombliss DX Title.png

Music Differences

Tetris Blast

Music Using Scene Description
Title
Select Level
Fight This music is arranged from the SNES Super Tetris 2 + Bombliss.
TRAINING This music is arranged from the SNES Super Bombliss.
CONTEST
Defeat the boss
Ending

Super Bombliss/Super Bombliss DX

Music Using Scene
Title
Select Level
Fight
TRAINING
CONTEST
PUZZLE
Ending

Puzzle Mode

Super Bombliss DX Puzzle.png

Super Bombliss DX adds a puzzle mode. The puzzles are mostly the same as in the SNES Super Bombliss, with some puzzles and pieces modified for the smaller field size.

SNES GBC
Super Bombliss PUZZLE 1-1.PNG Super Bombliss DX PUZZLE 1-1.png
Super Bombliss PUZZLE 3-0.PNG Super Bombliss DX PUZZLE 3-0.png
Hmmm...
To do:
There is more different puzzles.

Boss

The fight mode bosses have different names and portraits.

Japan International
UROURO(うろうろ) CUBIT
KAPO(カポ) SNAPTOR
YURALIN(ゆらりん) GLOOP
NORO(のろ) CREEPA
GUU(グウ) SQUIDLY
GABA(ガバ) DUG GRUB
EMUDY SHADOW
Mr.Bombl B-BOY
Hmmm...
To do:
Compare the boss graphics.

Credits

The Japanese and US versions have some differences in the staff roll:

  • The Japanese version has some extra credits: Akira Shina (Producer) and Toshihiko Kitazawa (Director).
  • Graphic designer "Yano Te" is "Yanote". "Humiko" is "Fumiko".
  • The Japanese version has a slightly different sound team: Niwaka-Zu, Bunbunmaru, LAH++, and Gockey7 Arrived. The US version credits Dolphin Lover, Gocky-7 Alives, LAH++, and SIR-1008.
  • In the Quality Assurance credits, Nofihumi Hara (US version) is Norifumi Hara (Japanese version). Kayo Nisihara's name has also been corrected in the Japanese version to Kayo Nishihara.
  • The credit "Tetris Blast Supervisor" is "Bombliss Supervisor" in the Japanese version.
  • The last credit in the Japanese version says "Presented by B.P.S." The US version credits Nintendo.