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Ranma 1/2 : Ougi Jaanken

Super Nintendo Entertainment System
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Players2
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Rating4
Release Date1995
PlatformSuper Nintendo Entertainment System
Roms1
LanguagesUndefined

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The game involves falling blocks of hands displaying the rock, paper, and scissors signs, which fall three at a time. In a similar manner to Tetris, the player can rotate the blocks to stack them, using pieces that defeat other pieces (e.g. paper over rock) to eliminate stacks. Doing so adds garbage pieces onto the opponent's screen to make it more difficult for them to eliminate their stacks of blocks. The objective is to fill up the opponent's screen up with blocks so that additional ones can no longer fit. Each character has two special attacks which can be used when large combinations are completed. Once in each round each player can also use a bucket of water that can transform a cursed character into their alternate form, which weakens their attacks until the effect wears off. This does not affect Akane or the Gambling King.


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It's Bath Time!Somebody More Like YouThe Power of DepressionHidden Powers of The Legendary Mysterious Horse ... MaybeBlack MagicGyaaa! Neko da!Ranma, Korosu!Master in Anything Goes Martial ArtsShishi Hopanda ???Hum, What Should I Say About ThisDo You Still Think My Techniques Are Dirty Tricks?Secret Techniques of JoketsuzokuA Curse Never Will Stop My TrainingJo-Ken ... I Won !!Wisdom, Techinique, LuckLucky Day I Want To Have Hair Again!As You Wish MousseI Wish I Had Never Been To Jusenkyo !!!True LoveKing Gambling's ApprenticeNo Baths For YouI Don't Want To Get Lost AnymoreThe Saotome BoyCrystal ClearOnce Again Lost Ryoga?Akane's RevengeToday's MenuSo It Was A Trout!Anything Goes Jokenpo GameI Really Want That Glass!

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