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DescriptionJigsaw Island is a jigsaw puzzle game, and the third title in Nippon Ichi's jigsaw series. As in Jigsaw Party and Jigsaw World, it combines the jigsaw puzzle with elements of arcade puzzle games, tasking two players (or a player and the computer) with solving a set of puzzles as quickly as possible. Pieces are supplied to each player in a specific order, and there are also power-ups that can be used to hinder the other player.
The main story mode follows two young girls from the Japonese Kingdom, Asuka and Akira, as they try to improve their rank at their school's Puzzle Association, battling against other students and eventually teachers. There are also two different battle modes for up to four players.
In addition to the battle modes, there is also a regular puzzle mode for one player. There are 150 puzzles total, including both photographs and illustrations, each of which can be played as either a 24, 96, or 150 piece puzzle.
The international release, Jigsaw Madness, removed the story mode, leaving only the battle and solo modes.
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- "ジグソーアイランド ジャパン・グラフィティー" -- Japanese spelling
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雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (52489) added Jigsaw Island: Japan Graffiti (PlayStation) on Jul 07, 2012
Game Planner (ゲームプランナー):
Tetsuya Tanaka (田中徹也)Program (プログラム):
Shinichi Seya (瀬谷辰宇)Character Design (キャラクターデザイン):
Daisaku Kishiue (岸上大策)Graphic Design (グラフィックデザイン):
Masayuki Aikawa (相川昌幸), Chika Watanabe (渡邊知香), Tetsuya Tanaka (田中徹也), Takaaki Konegawa (古根川隆章), Hiroyuki Yamayori (山頼裕之), Yasuhide Noda (野田泰秀), Gaku Chiba (千葉 岳)Puzzle Art (パズルアート):
Gō Morishima (森島 剛), Gō Murai (村井 剛), Ryōji Nomura (野村良治), Hiroyuki Yamayori (山頼裕之), Yasuhide Noda (野田泰秀), Gaku Chiba (千葉 岳), Masaaki Itō (伊藤雅明), Orion Press [オリオンプレス], ARS Kikaku [あるす企画]Sound Creators (サウンドクリエイター):
Mitsuhiro Tabata (田畑三津広), Akira Itō (伊藤 彰), Ichirō Yaguchi (矢口壹琅), Takashige Inagaki (稲垣貴繁), Mari Tanaka (田中真理)Sound Management (サウンドマネジメント):
Kayoko Hirai (平井佳代子)