Bust-A-Move '99


n64gm180 - Developed by Taito Corporation and Published by Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. "Bust-A-Move '99" is a rare gem that was released for the Nintendo 64 (N64) Entertainment System 0n April 30, 1999. This 3rd-Person perspective strategy game is an enhanced version of Bust-A-Move 3, which is somewhat like playing Tetris in reverse. You play this game by taking aim with your bubble launcher at the bottom of the screen, at the top of the screen toward colored bubbles. You must attempt to remove all the bubbles in each stage by connecting three or more of the same color. When you match three or more, they will dissapear with a "pop" from playing field. The playing field continues to move down the screen so you will have to keep popping bubb as they fall. Clear each stage before the ceiling reaches the screen's bottom and you'll safely advance. The Bust-A-Move '99 game features five playing modes which are, Arcade Mode (the original Bust-A-Move three), Challenge Mode, Win Contest mode where you go against all 8 characters, Collection Mode which is levels created bye players and Edit Mode where players can create and play their own puzzles. The game control is well designed, and this is one of very few N64 games that allow you the choice of using either the d-pad or analog stick for controlling. The graphics are pretty good with bright and colorful sprites. As for the audio, the music is very good and quite catchy, but all the voice clips are still in Japanese so unless you're Japanese, you won't know what they are saying. You'll love this entertaining game playing alone, but Where Bust A Move 99 really excels is when playing aainst the AI or in the three or four player modes. When playing against another player, when you pop your bubbles they will suddenly appear on your challenger's screen. Bust a move '99 will satisfy puzzle game fans as well as fans of the arcade game. The Bust-A-Move series is also known as Puzzle Bobble outside the U.S. Pre-owned - Includes Game Only, no manual or instructions are included. Bust-A-Move '99 arcade game review by "The Prince" NES Gamer.

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 14 February, 2016.

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