Capcom Puzzle World provides gem busting mayhem at its best with the cult hit, Super Puzzle Fighter II. This time around, in addition to the renowned Super Puzzle Fighter II: X gem breaking mode, two new never-before-released-in-the-US options will be added to increase the level of addictiveness. Super Puzzle Fighter II: Y has player's group similar colors to create groups of three or more. Once the colors are line up, they break and charge up the "Change Gem" meter creating furious chains for come-from-behind wins! With the Super Puzzle Fighter II: Z mode, the rules are the same as X, but instead of falling blocks, the
play field raises and the first one to the top loses. The key to victory is rotating the gems already on the field by using a 2x2 marker to clear the blocks. Gamers can also create custom attack patterns in Counter Gem Edit Mode and hone their skills in Training Mode. All the games in Capcom Puzzle World have been retouched and updated to conform to the PSP system's 16x9 widescreen aspect ratio. As unique as the games themselves, this latest compilation is the first PSP system title to feature a screenshot mode that allows gamers to take a
snap shot of their victory.
Also import personal pictures into Capcom Puzzle World to be used as game backgrounds for all three Buster Bros. games. Moreover, infiltrate a friend's game by virally uploading high scores onto their handheld. With an intuitive
ad hoc multiplayer mode, one or two players can face off in gem breaking pandemonium or team up for frantic bubble busting fun.
Five of Capcom's best puzzle games brought together especially for the PSP system: Super Puzzle Fighter II with never-before-released in the US content, Block Block, an innovative twist to the block breaking genre, Buster Bros. Collection, the three-games-in-one puzzle shooter
The first PSP system game with a screenshot mode. Stop any game at any time to take a
snap shot of the moment
Customize Buster Bros. game backgrounds by uploading personal pictures
ad hoc multiplayer game
Virally transfer high score data to and from others systems