Overview

Also Known As
Pop 'Em Drop 'Em SameGame
Number of Players
4
Genre
Puzzle
Release Date

WiiWare

  • 23rd Mar 2009, 500 points (USA)
  • 30th Jan 2009, 500 points (UK/EU)
  • 13th Jan 2009 (JPN)
Controller Support
Wii Remote
Feature Support
None
Official Site
hudson.co.jp

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Reviews

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    WiiWare

    Review Pop Them, Drop Them SameGame

    Is Hudson’s puzzler a worthy purchase or just more of the same?

    SameGame is a bit of an unusual one. It was first created way back in 1985, but was never really all that popular. Nevertheless, it went on to spawn a large number of clones and remakes over the years, with Hudson’s effort being the latest. The basic concept of SameGame is quite simple. You are presented with a large grid filled..

About The Game

SameGame is a simple yet engrossing puzzle game where you must clear matching blocks in sets of two or more. Score high by clearing out more blocks at once. If you manage to clear the entire grid, you can keep on playing with a whole new layout. Getting rid of all those blocks is the key to racking up points. Adjust the difficulty level in a one-player game by trying different grid sizes and multiple colors.

Up to four players can face off in any one of three multiplayer modes. “Fame Game,” the most straightforward choice, is similar to the one-player version. “Shame Game” turns the tables by forcing players to go for the lowest score. “Blame Game” is a free-for-all as everyone vies for blocks on one big grid. Choose from different block styles, background graphics and music to customize your playing experience.