As Arle, you have to fight Draco Centauros, Incubus, Suketoudara, Kiki-Mora, Nohoho, Kidomo Dragon, Witch, Honey Bee, Zoh-Daimaoh, Lagnus the Brave, Rulue, Schezo, and Satan. If Kaa-Kun is to be placed on an Ojyama, or a Sun Puyo, the default colour would be Red, and all Puyos along his path will turn to Red puyos as a result. Once in a while, new suns will find their way into the mix to make things interesting. Honey Bee tries to poke Arle with her giant syringe, and Lagnus the Brave is seen poking a Green Puyo when Arle comes across, turns into an adult, threatens to slice Arle with his sword, until his trousers fall down and Arle goes bright red! Hard Mode — Schezo Wegey In this 8-stage mode, you play as Schezo Wegey. Removing them which is done the same for ail garbage blocks: combo away regular pieces adjacent to them will cause mega damage to your opponent. The rule of Sousai and Zenkesei still remained, but every time you countered, special garbage would fall on the screen in a preset pattern in the Game Boy version of this game, it fell randomly.
New characters Choppun A man who always wears a bag with glasses over his head. Every time you cleared the screen however, Sun Puyo would fall on the screen, and the All Clear bonus removed. Hard The player plays with 5 colors. This can be thought of a precursor to the continuous offset in onwards, but can only stop garbage from coming for a few turns. The winners of the two Semi-Final matches face off in the Final, and third place is determined with a Play-off between the losers of both Semi-Final matches. This second hidden row can be used to make a chain longer than a 19 chain, the 20 chain, which is the longest featured in any main game's ruleset to date.
Normal mode stars Arle again, but for some reason she has more stages than hard mode does — a total of thirteen. In some versions, when you counter pending garbage, Sun Puyos will fall on the screen. After the highly acclaimed success of its predecessor, Compile took a slightly more retro approach, so players had a more original feel to the game over that of Tsu. The matches don't have to line up--four pieces of one color simply have to be touching. Easy Mode — Draco Centauros To get yourself adjusted to the new rules, Draco has volunteered to turn from Arle's rival to a playable character. Getting an All-Clear clearing the entire field also offers Sun Puyo; this replaces the Nuisance bonus that was given in Puyo Puyo Tsu.
Draco loves the hot weather and appears in a bikini, whereas Schezo, who takes refuge in a cave, finds that it's just not cool enough, and decides to find out what's happening. The 5 level difficulties remain intact, except neither start with any initial garbage. During the interval with Satan, Arle sets him alight with a Fire spell just before the battle begins. This mode was not available in the Game Boy Color version of the game. Game Boy Color The mission mode meanwhile underwent some changes to make the process a bit more difficult. However, you can turn it off, in which case there's no garbage countering, so it plays like the original. Nintendo 64 Although it sounds great on paper, this mode was met with mixed reactions, mostly negative, because this mode changed a lot of the fundamentals of a regular match: For starters, when both Nuisance Puyo and Sun Puyo are queued up to drop at the same time, Sun Puyo come first.
Easy mode stars Draco as she decides to deal with the rising temperatures by getting a tan and then burning herself in the process , putting her through three stages aimed to ease new players into the game. During the interval with Satan, Arle sets him alight with a Fire spell just before the battle begins. There has been some banter and dispute about this, but it's probably because he's too afraid to show his real face. Single player The game features three story modes, each with their own character. Simply place the colored blobs in a formation such that disappearing matches will cause blobs sitting on top to make further matches. This again, can be played with one or two players. Both garbage, and helpers, would appear whilst you were playing.
Instead of facing himself at Stage 7, he faces Arle. The more Sun Puyo are erased, the more garbage is sent. For example, Skeleton-T getting a 3 chain in his all clear got him 3 Sun Puyo as the reward. There has been a dispute about this, but it's probably because he's too afraid to show his real face. Lagnus The Brave Quite an interesting character — his shtick is that he levels up by killing Puyo, allowing him to transform into an adult.
Since Compile wanted to continuously add to the series, the newly introduced main mechanic here is also focused on the sun. The extra garbage sent per Sun Puyo depends on what part of the chain the Sun Puyo was popped, incrementing linearly. The version could be used in the N64 Transfer Pak together with Party 64 to unlock extra artwork within the game. Arle battles every opponent, while Schezo starts at Komodo Dragon. Unlike prior Puyos, Sun 64 now has three garbage blob options see sidebar. Includes: -Some voices not all of them are there, and that's because puyo puyo sun doesn't have all of them -Graphics -An almost entire set of animations only one missing is the fever animation and honestly, who cares? When a player Garbage Puyos, the sun placed in the middle of the field glows red. In fact, a small combo done next to a couple of suns can drown out your opponent almost instantly.
The amount you get is equal to the size of the chain that you used to offset. Endless mode is here as well, of course. All of which have their own character. That means that if your opponent has Nuisance Puyo ready to drop, but a Sun Puyo ready to drop as well, the Sun Puyo would drop, and then the opponent basically had a free turn to prepare himself against those Nuisance Puyo. The arcade version of Sun has a default of 48 seconds, the shortest in the entire series; this is reverted to the Tsu-standard 96 seconds in all other implementations of the rule. This site is a part of Wikia, Inc. Unfortunately, compared to Puyo Puyo Tsu, all three quests are quite linear and with less opponents to face overall , so the game is a bit on the short side.
Instead of facing himself at Stage 7, he faces Arle instead. Hard The player plays with 5 colors. Such tasks would ask you to create a 4 rensa, or erase a rensa consisting of two different colour types, or just to erase 5 puyos in some cases. After time passes, however, he turns back into a child. You still get Sun Puyo on top of that, so matches can be ended even faster than in the arcade and home versions. .
Puyo Puyo Games Play Puyo Puyo Games on Emulator Online. To provide some perspective, a single Sun Puyo added to a three chain sends around as much Nuisance Puyo as a five chain does. As Draco, you have to fight against three enemies: Skeleton-T, Harpy, and Choppun. Columns that are about to receive one or more Sun Puyos are indicated by a beam of light. Skeleton-T has always been the beating bag in the games series, and is considered the weakest character in the game, whereas Harpy still uses her strategy to get anywhere. This mode can only be played with one player. Puyo Puyo games that started it all back in the day are now playable within your browser! As for Kiki-Mora, she's a maid that has an insane habit of cleaning things.