Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle-Dama

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Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle-Dama
Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzledama.jpg
Cover to the Sega Saturn version.
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Composer(s) Yuji Takenouchi
Yoshihiko Koezuka
Kazuhiro Senoo
Series Taisen Puzzle-Dama
Tokimeki Memorial
Platform(s) Arcade, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, PC
Release
December 1995
  • Arcade
    PlayStation
    • JP: September 27, 1996
    • JP: September 18, 2003 (PSone Books)
    Saturn
    • JP: September 27, 1996
    PC
    PlayStation Network
    • JP: January 13, 2010
Genre(s) Puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player, two player
Arcade system Konami System GX

Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle-Dama (ときめきメモリアル対戦ぱずるだま) is a Tokimeki Memorial themed Taisen Puzzle-Dama spin-off game. It is followed by its sequel Tokimeki Memorial 2 Puzzle-Dama. It was re-released in Japan on the PlayStation Store on January 13, 2010. [2]

Reception

In Japan, Game Machine listed Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle-Dama on their February 1, 1996 issue as being the twelfth most-successful arcade game of the month. [3]

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References

  1. Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle-dama at Arcade History
  2. Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle-Dama for PSN Archived 2010-01-24 at the Wayback Machine at Konami Japan (in Japanese)
  3. "Game Machine's Best Hit Games 25 - TVゲーム機ーソフトウェア (Video Game Software)". Game Machine (in Japanese). No. 511. Amusement Press, Inc. 1 February 1996. p. 21.