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Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machines (SEGA GENESIS) Puzzle 1993


Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine is a Sega-published falling block puzzle game developed by Compile. It was launched in North America and Europe in November 1993 for the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive, and it was ported to the Game Gear in 1993 and the Master System in 1994.

The game is a Westernized version of Puyo Puyo (1991), with characters from the Sonic the Hedgehog brand, especially the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog animated series, taking their place. Carbuncle, the Puyo Puyo character, appears as "Has Bean" and performs different motions based on how the user plays the game. The gameplay is similar to puzzle games like Tetris, in which the player arranges colored objects as they fall down a board. Sonic antagonist Doctor Robotnik kidnaps Beanville people and turns them into robots in the narrative. The game garnered largely good feedback, with critics complimenting the gameplay but criticizing the difficulty.

The plot and gameplay:

The game takes place on the planet Mobius, which is home to bean-like animals. Doctor Robotnik devises a plot to terrorize the globe by capturing the residents of Beanville and converting them into robot slaves, ultimately forming an army to assist him in ridding the earth of pleasure and joy. To do this, he constructs the "Mean Bean-Steaming Machine," which transforms the bean-like critters into robots. Robotnik executes his plan by dispatching his Henchbots to gather all the bean-like animals and gather them in dark dungeons so they may be delivered to the Mean Bean-Steaming Machine. The remaining plot is around the player character, "Has Bean," and their journey to stop Robotnik's henchmen by breaking into the dungeons and liberating the bean-like animals.

Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine is based on the Japanese falling-block puzzle game Puyo Puyo. Players must save Beanville from Dr. Robotnik and his army of Badniks in the plot. In Scenario Mode, the player faces 13 increasingly difficult AI opponents. Two players compete against each other in the multiplayer 1P versus 2P Mode, while players can just practice in the Exercise Mode.

Puzzle Mode, which is available on the Game Gear and Master System versions, requires players to clear specified sets of beans. Groups of beans fall from the top of the screen onto each player's grid and may be manipulated and rotated until they reach the bottom. When four beans of the same color are paired together, they vanish from the grid, forcing any beans above them to fall. These beans can cause further matches to be triggered, resulting in chain combinations. Players can deliver grey "refugee beans" to their opponent by executing chain combinations. These beans can only be removed by completing a match near to them and cannot be matched ordinarily. When beans flow over the top of the board, a player loses and is unable to add more.

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