This is a 1995 Super Famicom port of the 1994 Arcade game Puyo Puyo Tsu (2), developed by Compile. It has a couple of new rules compared to the original Puyo Puyo: garbage countering and overflow (your combos subtract from incoming garbage and can even send garbage back). The final boss is SATAN himself, so the stakes are pretty high.
I played a bit of this Puyo Puyo game on my phone. It seems like a perfect port of the arcade game.
'Act Against AIDS. COMPILE' before the title screen. What a fascinating time bubble.
According to a translation, I'm playing Single Player - Normal, which are the default choices in the main menu.
Why are there so many boring human characters? I prefer weird animals like the fish dude.
The AI has a real problem with playing too aggressively. I've won several high-level matches by just calmly cleaning up my Puyos, while the AI is building huge random towers and eventually just killing themselves.
Fish dude is just shaking his fist. Love that guy.
Oh no! Fish dude has been turned into delicious food! The horror
The final floor of the tower. A grey-haired robed boy called SHEZO WEGEY.
One more boss, RULUE.
The final boss is SATAN!!!!
Hmm, the tower was a spaceship, which flew into the stars and exploded. That's something, I guess.
LET'S TRY WITH 'NO CONTINUE' AND 'EXP MORE THAN 180,000' BEFORE YOU MEET SATAN
completed the game on Normal difficulty (Single Player).