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Director(s) Takumi Yoshinaga
Artist(s) Akira Mikame
Series Puyo Puyo
Developers Sonic Team, h.a.n.d.
Producer(s) Mizuki Hosoyamada
Composer(s) Masaru Setsumaru
Initial release date 30 July 2009
|Mode(s) Single player, 2-player versus|
Platforms Wii, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS
Designers Toshihiro Nagoshi, Akinori Nishiyama
Similar Puyo Puyo games, Puzzle video games
Puyo puyo 7 all character chains part 1
Puyo Puyo 7 (ぷよぷよ7, Puyo Puyo Sebun) is the seventh installment in the Puyo Puyo series released in Japan for the Nintendo DS on July 30, 2009, and for the PlayStation Portable and Wii on November 26, 2009 . This game is endorsed by Erika Toda, following on from Sega's use of female Japanese stars to promote the series.
- Puyo puyo 7 all character chains part 1
- Puyo puyo 7 the movie english
The staple gameplay mode, Great Transformation (だいへんしん, Daihenshin), allows characters to take on child or adult forms, giving smaller or bigger puyo respectively.
Puyo puyo 7 the movie english
The game opens with a storm of Puyo falling down unto Earth, flooding a high school in its wake. Ringo Andou, a student who witnesses the flood, trembles until Arle Nadja appears. She teaches Ringo how to play Puyo Puyo and fight the many enemies with her skill. Arle soon finds herself being endangered and runs off, and Ringo sets out to find her, encountering old and new friends and rivals, using a special ability: she is able to transform into an adult or a child while playing the game, affecting the Puyo size in the process.
After a match with Klug, Ringo decides that in order to solve the problem, she must travel to seven power spots of the planet, encountering the strongest opponents. During the trek, she discovered that Arle has become possessed by a new adversary, Ecolo. When Ringo comes upon the newly transformed Dark Arle, she defeats her, reverting her to normal. Ecolo decides to bury the universe in Puyos just for amusement. Ringo, Arle, and Amitie team up with her to save the day. Ecolo is defeated, and everyone is unharmed.
While 14 characters from previous series appear, five new characters debut:
Voiced by: Asami ImaiRingo is the intelligent main protagonist of the game. She lives in yet another different universe to Arle and Amitie, and is taught how to play the game of Puyo by Arle when a horde of them flood her school. Her name means apple.
Voiced by: Yūki IshikariThis Suzuran Shopping District's resident is the son of a fishmonger and Ringo's friend. He is very fashionable, but also quite weird. He has purple hair that covers his eyes. Being the fishmonger's son explains his name, which means tuna. He is never seen without a Kendama, which he wears around his neck, and his animations frequently feature it.
Voiced by: Kenichi OnoRisukuma is an older student at his school and a former science club member. Three months ago, the science club room blew up after an experiment went wrong, and he is now in the middle of renting the physics club. He has the head of a teddy bear, and resembles a bear as well. His name is a portmanteau, with risu meaning squirrel and kuma meaning bear; senpai is an honorific for a senior.
Voiced by: Mie SonozakiArle possessed by Ecolo. She corresponds to Doppelganger Arle from Puyo Puyo~n.
Voiced by: Akira IshidaThe main antagonist of the game, and the one responsible for flooding Ringo's world with Puyos. He is equivalent to Popoi from Puyo Pop Fever. He has a question mark on his head, and is able to shapeshift into shadowy versions of the characters.
There are five modes of gameplay used in Free Battle games. Except in Mission mode, a player is eliminated when he/she tops out, and the last player (or side) standing wins the round.
The story mode focuses mainly on Great Transformation, but has a small number of other modes in addition.
The first three modes are also available for multiplayer games over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.