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The '''BS Panel de Pon''' games were a series of [[Satellaview]] broadcasts for [[Panel de Pon]]. Distribution began slightly before the Japan cartridge release.
 
The '''BS Panel de Pon''' games were a series of [[Satellaview]] broadcasts for [[Panel de Pon]]. Distribution began slightly before the Japan cartridge release.
  
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==Gameplay==
 
The series is similar to the base Panel de Pon game. There have been three versions of Panel de Pon distributed by Satellaview. These include Event Version 1, Event Version 2 and Event '98 Version.  
 
The series is similar to the base Panel de Pon game. There have been three versions of Panel de Pon distributed by Satellaview. These include Event Version 1, Event Version 2 and Event '98 Version.  
  

Revision as of 14:16, 23 May 2020

BS Panel de Pon
BS パネルでポン,
パネルでポンイベントバージョン1,
パネルでポンイベントバージョン2
パネルでポンイベント'98
Panel de Pon Event 2.png
Developer(s): Intelligent Systems
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Super Famicom
Category:
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor: Panel de Pon
Copyrights: ©1995-1998 Nintendo
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The BS Panel de Pon games were a series of Satellaview broadcasts for Panel de Pon. Distribution began slightly before the Japan cartridge release.

Gameplay

The series is similar to the base Panel de Pon game. There have been three versions of Panel de Pon distributed by Satellaview. These include Event Version 1, Event Version 2 and Event '98 Version.

  • Event Version 1 details are unknown other than a screenshot
  • Event Version 2 featured the following modes: Endless, Stage Clear, Event 2. The last in the list is a special timed mode against Sherbet, Seren and Cordelia
  • Event '98 Version includes a one player Stage Clear mode with five stages, and a two player mode with missing character backgrounds.

Attribution

  • StarDust19b5/Panel de Pon Wiki (collating the information), Wifi_h1024 (Twitter, 1, 2, 3, The Cutting Room Floor)
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