|Japanese Box Art||European Box Art|
|Developer: Sunsoft||Publisher: Sunsoft|
|Japan Release Dates:
March 3, 1995 (SS)
May 26, 1995 (PS)
July 28, 1995 (SFC)
|European Release Dates:
September 30, 1995 (SNES)
March 1, 1996 (PS)
Hebereke's Popoitto is a puzzle game released for the Sega Saturn, PlayStation, and the SNES in 1995/1996.
The game acts very similar to Dr.Mario, except that this game got released on more consoles. When you start up the game, Hebe is sent immediately sent to the world map, and then you automatically move to the place where you have to battle your opponent. You are then sent to the dialogue scene where the story develops. After that, you then compete against your opponent in a puzzle game. The main objective is to match the colored Popoons with the correct character heads. Blue is Hebe, orange is O-Chan, red is Sukezaemon, green is Jennifer, purple is Booboodori, dark blue is Pen-Chan, gray is Utsuzin, and light green is Unyoon. If your screen is overloaded with Popoons and reaches the top, you lose and have to do the stage over again. After you have beat all of the 7 Hebereke characters, you then fight a twin Hebe, much like Hebereke's Popoon, Sugoi Hebereke, and Hashire Hebereke. After beaten yourself, you then go to the ending and credits. The player is allowed to change the difficulty of the stages either easy or normal in the options mode. The game is also compatible with 2-players, where you can play Popoitto or Popoon (Popoon can only be played on the PlayStation port).
The game has seen a wide amount of console releases from the Sega Saturn, to the PlayStation, and the SNES. The game's PlayStation port was released another 2 times after it's original releases as a Sunkore Best and Value1500 (only in Japan). The game was also released on mobile phones around 2003.
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Wanna play this game? Here some links where you can be playing Hebereke's Popoitto in just seconds. Here are the European Sega Saturn links.
There are also Japanese Sega Saturn links as well.
Here are links to the European SNES version.
There are Japanese SFC links as well.