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Lumines: Puzzle Fusion Latest News - PSP

  • Publisher: Ubisoft
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  • Release Date:Mar 24, 2005
  • # of Players:2 players
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Suggestive Themes)
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Game Description:One of the first launch titles for the PSP, Lumines offers hours of addictive puzzle action. Reminiscent of Tetris, you'll maneuver falling cubes made up of colored squares. Match four squares of the same color and you'll be on your way to racking up some serious points. Create chains of cubes for extra points that you can use to unlock avatars, new backgrounds, and new puzzles (for Puzzle mode). A toe-tapping soundtrack and rich background visuals will have you glued to your PSP. Modes include Challenge (play through 24 levels and stay alive as long as you can), Time Attack, Puzzle (move the cubes to match specific designs), and Versus (against the computer or against a friend using the PSPs Wi-Fi). NOTE: Wi-Fi Compatible (Ad Hoc).
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Lumines: Puzzle Fusion News

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  • Lumines Coming To iPhone, Prepare To Have Shinin' In Your Head Again

    Who doesn't want to own Lumines on yet another platform? (Actually, I'm probably good.) The classic Q Entertainment music puzzler is coming to the iPhone, according to a report filed by 1UP. The iPhone version is scheduled for a release before the end of September and will not be just a straight port, as Q Entertainment is building new skins...

    Posted August 25, 2009

    Lumines Coming To iPhone, Prepare To Have Shinin' In Your Head Again

 


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