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Although this Neo Geo version is bare bones, I still say it's worth checking out if the Wii is your system of choice. PlayStation 3 (and PSP) owners should be on the lookout for Magical Drop F, a packed collection available for a mere $6. One of these days I need to have a serious discussion with Nintendo about the pricing on the Virtual Console.
Magical Drop II might not be the most original puzzler idea ever crafted, but it is certainly one of the most intense. The simple and addictive gameplay scheme makes it the kind of game that's easy to pick up and play yet nearly impossible to put down once you to. If you're even the slightest bit a puzzle game fan, you owe it to yourself to give Magical Drop II a try, especially if you like your puzzlers with a competitive twist.
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I love puzzle games, I really do. I have had many a good night playing games like Tetris, Puzzle Bobble, Devil Dice, and even Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo ... and even though Magic Drop is as simple as these games are (heck, it's almost a reversed Puzzle Bobble), but still isn't a lot of fun. It's a heck of a lot more fun than Money Puzzle Exchanger, sort of this game for bankers, but still doesn't even come close the aforementioned games.