Tetris 2 + BomBliss (FC)

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Tetris 2 + BomBliss
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Platform: FC
Year: 1991
Developer: Chunsoft
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Tetris 2 + BomBliss is a puzzle game based on the popular puzzle game Tetris. The game also comes with a game called BomBliss where the player must explode all of the bombs and make them clear out the all the pieces on the board. Unfortunately, the game was never released in the US, probably because there was already a Tetris game in the USA and the addition of BomBliss just didn't cut it for a US release.

Screenshots

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The title screen.

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The game selection screen.

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Playing the last level of Tetris.

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Playing BomBliss in Contest Mode.


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Music

The music is very good for its time. Koichi Sugiyama, famous for his Dragon Quest music, put together several nice orchestral tracks. They go along with the game quite well, even though it's not Russian-sounding. The songs either have a smooth or action feel to it, getting the player into the mood of the game. There are also two unknown songs. One is the Unknown Fanfare, which is probably heard if a Type A game can be completed. The other song, Unknown, doesn't play anywhere in the game. It was probably originally intended to be a staff roll song, but because it was very repetitive and there are a lot of people who made the game, it was never used. It could have also been a test song to make sure the music was written or played back properly. Two of the songs in this game appear as arrangements on Koichi Sugiyama's Melodies of Game Music album; "Falling Tap Tap" and "Piece and Piece". According to the sound programmer Masumi Takimoto, Koichi wrote his compositions on sheet music and sent them to the sound programmers, who arranged it in Music Macro Language into their sound driver.

Recording

# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 Title Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 1:21
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02 In-Game 1 (Falling Tap Tap) Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 1:45
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03 In-Game 2 Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 1:45
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04 In-Game 3 Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 2:15
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05 In-Game 4 (Piece & Piece) Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 2:23
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06 In-Game 5 Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 1:28
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07 Staff Roll Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 2:23
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08 Level Complete Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 0:02
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09 Game Complete Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 0:11
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10 Fanfare Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 0:28
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11 Unknown Koichi SugiyamaMasumi Takimoto, Tadashi Fukuzawa 0:27
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Credits

(Source: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

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Releases

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Tetris2+BomBliss-FC-Front-JP.jpg
Title: テトリス2+ボンブリス (Tetris 2 + BomBliss)
Platform: Famicom
Released: 1991-12-13
Publisher: BPS