Bust-A-Move 2 - PlayStation

Also known as: Bust A Move 2', 'Puzzle Bobble 2

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Also for: PC, N64, Game Boy, Saturn, SNES, Neo Geo
Viewed: 2D Side-on, Static screen Genre:
Puzzle: Falling Blocks
Arcade origin:Yes
Soft. Co.: Taito Corporation
Publishers: Acclaim (GB/US)
Released: 1996 (GB)
Unknown (US)
Ratings: 3+, ESRB Kids to Adult (K-A)
Accessories: Memory Card


Remember columns? For those of you that don’t, Bust-A-Move 2 is a puzzle title of a simple, but addictive nature. Welcome to the world of game play.

Bust-A-Move 2’s deceptively simple game play strategies allow this title to be approached by any age group, making this an instantly accessibly title. Beware however; you will lose valuable hours if you choose to purchase such an addictive title. What this game doesn’t boast visually, it more than makes up for with game play, and that’s what counts.

The basis of Bust-A-Move 2 to burst all the bubbles on your screen, by matching up three of the same colour. If however, you fail to do so, the press in which they are all held will come down on you like a ton of bricks. Good luck.

In addition to a great single player mode, Bust-A-Move 2’s greatest asset is in its two-player action mode. The theme of this option is “bust of be busted.” The more balls you burst, the more balls your opponent receives, be it computer or friend.

A truly addictive title. While not graphically stunning, people should judge a game with their fingers, and not with their eyes. Have fun.