Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic
Sailor Moon Super S: Floating Panic
|Patching Information||No-Header (SNES)|
|Game Date||08 December 1995|
|Release Date||28 August 2016|
|Last Modified||29 August 2016|
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic is a puzzle game for the Super Nintendo.
Sailor Moon Super S: Floating Panic is a Sailor Moon themed competitive puzzle style game. In one player Story Mode, players first select a character from among five inner Sailor Senshi/Scouts and Chibiusa/Rini, each with a unique special move. They will then challenge each of the other Senshi/Scouts in competition. Each player has a board which contains some balloons, in either red, yellow, green, orange, pink or blue. The harder the difficulty, the more colors there are. These balloons can be shot at in order to gain points and fill up the power bar. Balloons of the same color that are adjacent to one another with all be destroyed and generate more points. The goal is to avoid being the player whose balloons are pushed downwards off the board, and to make the opponent receive this fate. As groups of balloons are destroyed, they can reveal power-ups as well as produce gray balloons on the opponent’s board. Gray balloons can only be destroyed by groups of colored balloons being removed adjacent to them. Players with a filled power bar can unleash special abilities to help themselves or hurt their opponent.
The game also features a one player vs cpu or two player battle mode which allows you a chance to play the outer senshi/scouts that you can’t play in story mode. This is great fun for parties, and makes an excellent party game.
Finally, the game also has a one player level clearing game. During this game, your character cannot use their special moves. You clear either a set number of balloons, or solve some sort of puzzle the game has setup by clearing all balloons to move on to the next round. Later boards can get quite challenging.
We have produced separate patches so you can play either the Japanese version with Japanese names or the DiC/Cloverway westernized version with DiC/Cloverway westernized names. You should only use 1 of the 2 patches. You do not need to use both.
ROM / ISO Information:
- File: SM-Panic(J).smc
- Name: SFC SAILORMOON SUPERS
- Company: Bandai
- Header: None
- Bank: LoROM
- Interleaved: None
- SRAM: 0 Kb
- Type: Normal
- ROM: 8 Mb
- Country: Japan
- Video: NTSC
- ROM Speed: 120ns (FastROM)
- Revision: 1.0
- Checksum: Good 0xB468
- Game Code: A9PJ
- CRC32: B6B92AE0
- MD5: 1F6B2FF721F8F0D92736D704F922BA37
User Review Information
Finally, Something for Fans of Either OneReviewed By: julayla on 08 Sep 2017
To all those who wish to want either the Manga/Crystal/Viz version or the DIC version, this game is for you, especially if either of you like Puyo Puyo. Here is hoping the same can be done for all the other games of Sailor Moon.
Version 1.01 Recommended - Yes
|Finally, Something for Fans of Either One||julayla||08 Sep 2017||1.01||Yes|