DescriptionIn this pokemon themed game, you must move and match blocks to clear the board before the blocks fill up the screen. It's a tetris like game, with pokemon twist. There are many different ways to play the game, including a challenge with gym leaders, puzzle practice, and a straight, play til you lose, marathon mode. This game can also be linked with other gameboys for challenge of real people.
- "Pokémon de Panepon" -- Japanese title
- "ポケモンでパネポン" -- Japanese spelling
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|UOL Jogos||Game Boy Color||Feb 20, 2001||100|
|GameSpot||Game Boy Color||Jan 02, 2001||8.9 out of 10||89|
|Gaming Target||Game Boy Color||Aug 29, 2001||8.8 out of 10||88|
|Consoles Plus||Game Boy Color||Jun, 2001||85 out of 100||85|
|Game Informer Magazine||Game Boy Color||Feb, 2001||8.5 out of 10||85|
|64 Power / big.N / N Games||Game Boy Color||Jun, 2001||80|
|Gamekult||Game Boy Color||Jul 02, 2001||8 out of 10||80|
|Jeuxvideo.com||Game Boy Color||Jun 28, 2001||15 out of 20||75|
|Super Play (Sweden)||Game Boy Color||Jul, 2001||7 out of 10||70|
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Panel de PonIf you load Pokemon Puzzle Challenge on the original Game Boy, and then press the A and B buttons 24 times each (A first, B second), you can access what appears to be an unfinished prototype of "Panel De Pon GB". This suggests that Pokemon Puzzle Challenge began development as a Game Boy version of Panel de Pon. It also seems that the developers wanted to keep the fairies intact in the European and American releases of "Panel De Pon GB", as opposed to replacing them the way they had done with the original SNES game.
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