Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine

Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine

2006

System
Mega Drive
Publisher
SEGA
Developer
Compile

6.4

Game Rating

User Ratings: 7

Our Review: 6/10

Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Puzzle
Release Date

Wii Shop

  • 11th Dec 2006, 800 points (USA)
  • 15th Dec 2006, 800 points (UK/EU)
Series
Sonic
Controller Support
All

Screenshots (3)

Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine Screenshot
Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine Screenshot
Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine Screenshot

Reviews

  • 3

    MD

    Review Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine

    Dr. Robotnik has hatched a plan to ensure that no music or fun remains on Mobius.

    This is basically Puyo Puyo given a lick of paint, but that's no bad thing as Puyo Puyo is an excellent Tetris-style game which is amazingly addictive in two-player mode. A series of beans of the mean variety fall into a pit. Your job is to rotate and arrange the falling beans. If you get four of the same coloured..

About The Game

Dr. Robotnik has hatched a plan to ensure that no music or fun remains on Mobius. To do this, he kidnaps the citizens of Beanville and stuffs them into a giant robotising machine called the Mean Bean-Steaming Machine, so that they become his robot slaves. The player must now defeat each of the robot guards and Robotnik himself to foil his evil plans.

In the game, a player must group 4 or more different colored beans (or Puyos) together so that they erase, and send Refugee Beans (aka Garbage, and Ojyama) to the opponent. The more beans that link up, the more garbage is sent. Players may also activate step chains (aka Rensa) so that even more garbage is scored. The game is decided when the third column from the left is piled to the top.