Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo is one of the hugely popular games released in early 2006. After having enjoyed huge success on platforms like Playstation and Sarturn. The publisher, Capcom, decided to step into the GBA platform for better coverage with this game, although due to the limitations of the GBA platform, the game had to sacrifice a few points in terms of graphics quality. As well as the original game sound, however, its soul as its creative gameplay remains intact.
You will enter the game by dropping blocks into the hole in pairs. Of course, you have to find a way to rotate the shapes to match. There are two basic types of cubes, standard gemstones, which are divided into different colors and primary gemstones. Standard gemstones come in a variety of shapes, including squares and rectangles. You will have to arrange so that the gem blocks are the same color and as complete as possible. Then, this block will explode from the screen. As for the common gems, which exist mainly in a circle, you get a similar gameplay mechanic. The best gemstone is a diamond. This stone is exceptional because all those colored stones will explode and disappear when you drop it anywhere. This means you must have the right strategy to get the highest score.
For the GBA platform, this game has a lot of game modes. In addition to the multiplayer mode with linked cables, you can experience the method of only two players on the same console. There, you and the other player divide the controls equally. Player 1 will have left, right, and L buttons, whereas player two will have buttons A, B, and other buttons. If the two players are well-coordinated, this is also a pretty good game mode, but you will usually have a little trouble with the machine’s stability. Well, you should still use the link cable to be able to play two or more people.