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5 Unknown Super Nintendo Puzzle Classics for You to Play Now

The Super Nintendo era is rightly considered by many to be the golden age of electronic games as a whole. And it's no different for games puzzle this period as well.

While Tetris on the Game Boy showed that players were eager for this type of game, it was the Super Nintendo which demonstrated that this hunger wasn't just limited to portable gaming.

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Especially because the multiplayer on the glorious portable was just weird, but the SNES took the multiplayer to a completely new level.

And I must clarify that games puzzle of SNES they didn't just stop at copying the formula Tetris. Many of them went above and beyond, providing innovative experiences that truly advanced the genre.

zoop (1995)

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zoop is definitely among the games of puzzle most unique of Super Nintendocleverly combining visuals with gameplay to create an enjoyable yet challenging experience.

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In the game, you control a triangle positioned in the center of the screen (easy, right?)

You have to prevent lines of objects of different colors from entering a central area, just throwing pieces of the same color, “zooping” them in the process. Believe me, when you play, you'll get the hang of it quickly.

The experience starts off simple, but once you've accumulated enough points, the game speeds up, making it difficult to distinguish colors. This creates a wild and unpredictable kaleidoscope where you could end up being the zooped one!

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WildSnake (1994)

WildSnake twists the experience of Tetris in a very interesting way. And I mean that literally, since you'll be dealing with snakes falling in place of the usual blocks.

These snakes come in different colors and shapes, and they will fight your control as much as they can as you try to get them to eat snakes of similar colors, or avoid filling their holes with them.

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If that's enough to make your skin crawl, you definitely don't want to tackle the mode King Cobra: A sudden death mode where you have to clear a set of pre-defined challenges.

But you know what they say: go big or go home.

A snake-free home, ideally.

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Krusty's Super Fun House (1992)

Krusty's Super Fun House is a unique approach to the formula Lemmingscombined with a slight platform element to create something quite unusual.

Controlling Krusty the Clown, you will have to guide groups of rats towards an extermination machine, removing all obstacles, defeating enemies and correctly positioning blocks along the way.

But Krusty's Super Fun House is a strangely fun experience that's best suited to fans of video games. puzzle more sadistic. It's something you have to experience to truly appreciate for yourself.

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Troddlers (1993)

Troddlers is a game that few game owners Super Nintendo know. And it's a shame, because it distorts the experience of Lemmings in several new ways… like adding light platforming elements and three different mission objectives, which are often combined in later stages to provide the ultimate challenge.

And the variety of different blocks that can be conjured out of thin air allows for a level of creativity not found in the classic game.

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Now that seems like pure magic. And necromancy too, judging by the Zombie Troddlers.

Bust-A-Move (1995)

The most famous on this list. No matter what you call it, Bust-A-Move is a timeless classic that refuses to age. Known in some circles as bobble puzzlethis jewel of Super Nintendo comes with the fabulous advantage of not sucking up all your coins.

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That's no small feat, especially when we consider how absurdly addictive the game is. Seriously, it's the kind of addiction that makes you forget about the outside world.

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The whole game is based on shooting colored bubbles into the digital sky, aiming to match three or more of the same color to make them burst with joy and then, voilà, you advance to the next level of bubble fun.

But wait, there's more! The inclusion of a mode Versus makes this experience even more spectacular than the arcade version. Add to that some extra levels, and you have plenty of excuses to cancel all your plans and curl up on the couch with this classic for hours on end.

That, my friends, is more than enough reason to dust off that SNES old and give new life to nostalgia. Get ready to pop bubbles like there's no tomorrow!

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