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Released to popular acclaim in the Arcades in 1994, Bust-A-Move finally makes its way to the Super Nintendo. It is an action puzzle contest in which you take control of two green animé dinosaurs named Bub and Bob.
The little dinosaurs control a bubble-shooting device that fires bubbles to the top of the screen where more bubbles lie. The bubbles come in different colors and must be matched in links of three so you can pop them. Bubbles clinging to those that have been popped fall. As soon as all bubbles on the screen are eliminated, you pass the stage. If excess bubbles mount up and the nozzle of your bubble shooter gets clogged, the game is over.
Modes in Bust-A-Move include: single-player, with the option of continuing or starting from scratch; Vs. player, which pits you in the thick of things with head-to-head battles; and challenge record. Game options include three difficulty levels, three levels of computer, one to seven head-to-head scoring matches to decide the winner, handicap options in Vs. mode and fully configurable controls for both pads. ~ Brad Penniment, All Game Guide