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Tetris Attack

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Tetris Attack (SNES)
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Box art (SNES version)
Tetris Attack (Game Boy)
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Box art (Game Boy version)
Developer(s): Intelligent Systems
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy
Category: Puzzle
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor: Pokémon Puzzle League
Copyrights: ©
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

September 3, 1996

Japan:

October 26, 1996 (Game Boy only)

Europe:

November 28, 1996

Ratings
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Tetris Attack is a puzzle game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy.

Summary[edit]

Despite the name, Tetris Attack is actually based on Panel de Pon, but with a Yoshi-theme and Tetris inspired name. In Japan, this version was re-released, but rebranded as Yoshi no Panepon BS Han (as a Satellaview download only. The service is now defunct).

Other releases[edit]

Super Mario Wiki logo.png This article is a short summary of Tetris Attack.
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Yoshi no Panepon BS Han
ヨッシーのパネポン
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Developer(s): Intelligent Systems, Nintendo Research & Development 1
Publisher(s):
Platform: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Satellaview)
Category:
Players:
Predecessor: Tetris Attack
Successor: Pokémon Puzzle League
Copyrights: ©1995 Nintendo, ©1996 Intelligent Systems/Nintendo
Pricing
Release dates
Japan:

November 3, 1996

Ratings
[[|]] has more information on this game:
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Yoshi no Panepon BS Han (Yoshi's Panepon Broadcasting Satellite Version) was a Satellaview broadcast.

The game is a rebranding of Tetris Attack for Japanese players. It is slightly different, with a message about Panel de Pon on Game Boy replacing a message about the Tetris name licensing.

Attribution[edit]

  • StarDust19b5/April93, Panel de Pon Wiki (differences details, screenshot)
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