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In Push-Over for the Super NES, you are G. I. ANT, a soldier ant intent on gaining access to the crazy world of Captain Rat's Treasure Caves. The only problem is the caves are a tunnel entrance to Domino Domain, a mini-world consisting of nine continents. To open the door to each level, you must topple all of the dominoes on the screen with a single push. The Trigger domino must be the last domino to fall.
The ant you control is very strong. He can pick up the dominoes and rearrange them on the platform-laden screen. There are ten different kinds of dominoes: Normals, Tumblers, Ascenders, Bridgers, Delays, Splitters, Vanishers, Exploders, Stoppers, and Triggers. Each domino is distinguishable by its design and its action when you push it over, when it falls, or when it is hit in a chain reaction. For example: Exploders leave a gap in the platform, Splitters split and knock over dominoes on both sides of them, and Tumblers continue tumbling until they are blocked by a fallen domino.
There are more than 100 timed puzzles to solve in Push-Over. If you solve a puzzle after the time has expired, you gain a token and can buy your way to the next level. You fail in your mission if the Trigger domino is not the last one to fall, if all of the dominoes do not fall, or if you fall from too great a height. Remember, you've only got one push, so use it wisely. ~ Brett Alan Weiss, All Game Guide