Puzzle Club is a game compilation made for Arcade machines, developed and released by Yun Sung in 2000.
Overview[edit | edit source]
The arcade machine consists in a compilation of 6 puzzle games, all of them ripping off some content from an existent game:
- Magic Eye (Find the Errors)
- Box Logic (Picross clone)
- Mad Ball (Breakout clone with naked woman in background)
- Magic Bubble (Puzzle Bobble / Bust-A-Move clone with naked woman in background)
- Bogle Puyo (Puyo Puyo clone)
- Rocktris (Tetris clone with naked woman in background)
Mad Ball, Magic Bubble and Rocktris are known to be released as stand-alone arcade machines and Box Logic with Rocktris also is featured in Multi 5, another game compilation made by Yun Sung.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Bogle Puyo[edit | edit source]
- The game rip-off some sprites from Puyo Puyo, an MSX2 game released in 1991 by Compile (although is based on the Arcade version, which was released in 1992 by Sega);
- At least one voice sample from Puyo Puyo was used, being Arle Nadja's Faiya! (an approximation of Fire! in Japanese).
Box Logic[edit | edit source]
- The game is a clone of Picross, although is not based in a Picross video game, such as Mario's Picross and other Picross games developed by Jupiter.
Mad Ball[edit | edit source]
- The game is a clone of Atari's Breakout, although it features power-ups, being more closer to be an rip-off of Taito's Arkanoid.
Magic Bubble[edit | edit source]
- The game is an almost a unauthorized modification of Taito's Puzzle Bobble 4 (otherwise known as Bust-A-Move Millennium in USA), since almost of the features of the original game was thrown in;
- Some backgrounds that appear in the game was taken from Interplay's EarthWorm Jim 2 and Ubisoft's Rayman;
- The programmers stole the sound effects and voices of the original game.
Rock Tris[edit | edit source]
- The game is not the same of the stand-alone version of Rocktris in terms of gameplay (see below);
- The Tetris pieces graphics was taken from Atari Tetris;
- The original Rocktris is a clone of X Rock, a Taiwanese game made by Soft World in 1990 for MS-DOS;
- An update for the stand-alone version was released under the name Magix (also known as Rock, name changeable with Dip Switches). It was released by Yun Sung too.
In general[edit | edit source]
- Yun Sung also released another game compilation called Multi 5 (also known as New Multi Game 5), which featured Box Logic and Rocktris, released two years earlier (1998)
Staff[edit | edit source]
- Director: Bok Won Kang, Chang Won Lee
- Program: Chang Soo Jang, Hong Min Lee
- Graphics: Jeong Suk Oh, Jeong Sik Yum, Donk Suk Kim
- Hardware: Sang Jin Lee, Jong Hwan An
- Sound: Chang Won Lee