History VideoGame / PanelDePon

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* InTheirOwnImage: [[spoiler: The queen encourages the newer generation of fairies to remake the world, her illusions were tests to see if Lip was capable of leading the rest through the process.]]
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* LandOfFaerie: The Kingdom where most of NES ''Panel De Pon'' and its Game Cube ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection'' sequel take place in. It seems to be made up primarily of {{floating continent}}s above a much larger landmass(which is flooded in Lip's game).

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* LandOfFaerie: The Kingdom where most of NES ''Panel De Pon'' and its Game Cube ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection'' sequel take place in. It seems to be made up primarily of {{floating continent}}s above a much larger landmass(which is flooded in danger of flooding in Lip's game).
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* AnIcePerson: Fairy of ice, Sherbet.

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* AnIcePerson: Fairy of ice, Sherbet. Think can make ice shards spring up under opponents.
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* BlowYouAway: Windy.
* BubblyClouds: Sophia's stage features buildings made of clouds

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* BlowYouAway: Fairy of wind, Windy.
* BubblyClouds: Windy's stage consists of clouds solid enough to walk on and build houses on. Sophia's stage features buildings made of clouds



* CueTheSun: Monsters invaded the fairy world, brainwashed its denizens and used magic to cause endless rainfall in attempt to flood it. Rain clears on areas where fairies are freed from control, resulting in sunlight coming through the clouds and extending the rainbow Lip needs to get around.



* TheDragon: Dragon. [[spoiler: (he is an illusion)]]

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* TheDragon: Dragon.[[ADogNamedDog Dragon]], [[OurDragonsAreDifferent a literal fire breathing dragon]] to Thanatos. [[spoiler: (he is an illusion)]]



* ElementalHair: Think has "hair" made out of ice.

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* ElementalHair: Sherbet has hair that looks like spiky ice formations. Think has "hair" which is definitely made out of ice.ice, though more rounded like igloo blocks.



* EverybodyHatesHades: Thanatos's portrayal in the Super Nintendo Panel De Pon [[spoiler: though he is not real]].

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* EverybodyHatesHades: Thanatos's portrayal in the Super Nintendo Panel ''Panel De Pon Pon'' [[spoiler: though he is not real]].real]].
* EverythingIsBetterWithRainbows: Rainbows acts as pathways Lip and Furil can run on. They bridge most of the areas together, though not completely as they still have to jump to reach the destination in some cases.



* FeatheredFiend: Phoenix. [[spoiler: (he is an illusion)]]

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* FeatheredFiend: Phoenix.Giant bird Phoenix, pefectly willing to beat up on little girl fairies. [[spoiler: (he is an illusion)]]



* HairDecorations: The bows of Lip, Furil and Pure. Nathia's tiara.

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* HairDecorations: The bows of Lip, Furil and Pure. Windy's feather. Ruby's dual headbands. Flare, Selene and Nathia's tiara.tiaras.



* HugeRiderTinyMount: On ''Panel De Pon'''s select screen, Lip is seen suspended in the air by a very tiny...[[CartoonCreature cotton spore looking thing with wings]].



* IGotThis: After being freed from the spell that turned them against her, the other fairies will insist Lip let them fight the monsters responsible for her. Whether she consents or not is up to the player.



* LandOfFaerie: The Kingdom where most of NES ''Panel De Pon'' and its Game Cube "Puzzle Collection" sequel take place in.
* LethalLavaLand: Rayea's stage

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* LandOfFaerie: The Kingdom where most of NES ''Panel De Pon'' and its Game Cube "Puzzle Collection" ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection'' sequel take place in.
in. It seems to be made up primarily of {{floating continent}}s above a much larger landmass(which is flooded in Lip's game).
* LethalLavaLand: Flare and Rayea's stagestages, though the characters are a good deal away from it on solid ground.



* LostWoods: Thiana's stage, though it's pretty pleasant looking with the numerous fruit bearing trees. The music's pleasant too, until someone starts to lose.



* {{Lunacy}}: Selene.
* MakingASplash: Fairy of water Elias and sea fairy Neris. Oecil attacks with Bubbles, which may or may not be this trope, but is also water based. Nathia can make water erupt under opponents, [[MindScrew even if they are already underwater]].

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* {{Lunacy}}: Fairy of the moon, Selene.
* MakingASplash: Fairy of water Elias Elias, whom a whirl pool forms around before she drops garbage blocks, and sea fairy Neris. Oecil attacks with Bubbles, which may or may not be this trope, but is also water based. Nathia can make water erupt under opponents, [[MindScrew even if they are already underwater]].



* NotQuiteFlight: Pure from the ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection Panel De Pon'' sits on a floating crystal. It plants in the ground if she loses.
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: Nathia is a fairy, but she has a fish tail in place of legs, making her look like a mermaid.
* PlayingWithFire: Fairy of fire, Flare. Rayea will also call fire down on opponents.
* PowerFloats: Oecil, Rayea, Rinze and Sala are usually floating slightly above ground.

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* NotQuiteFlight: Lip sits on a floating flower while she explains the modes you can select in ''Panel De Pon''. She also has a flower that seems pulls her around after she throws it somehow with sparkles. Pure from the ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection Panel De Pon'' sits on a floating crystal. It crystal, which plants in the ground if she loses.
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: Neris and Nathia is a fairy, are fairies, but she has have a fish tail tails in place of legs, making her them look like a mermaid.
mermaids.
* PlayingWithFire: Fairy of fire, Flare. Fire burns in her hair when she drops garbage blocks. Rayea will also call fire down on opponents.
* PowerFloats: Thiana, Neris and Flare are usually floating slightly above ground. Selene Oecil, Rayea, Rinze and Sala are usually floating slightly well above the ground.



* RockSteady: Ruby. Pure also hits opponents with shiny precious stones.

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* RockSteady: Ruby.Fairy of jewels Ruby. Jewels circle her head before she drops garbage blocks. Pure also hits opponents with shiny precious stones.



* SkySurfing: Sophia does is on a cloud.

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* SkySurfing: Sophia does is this on a cloud.



* SuperNotDrowningSkills: Even the non water fairies seems just fine in Oecil's and Nathia's stages, which are submerged.

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* SuperNotDrowningSkills: Even the non water fairies seems just fine in Oecil's Elias, Neris, Oecil and Nathia's stages, which are submerged.


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* WingedHumanoid: Ruby has four semi transparent wings
* YourSizeMayVary: Phoenix and Dragon are hardly bigger than the fairies in their cut scenes but their vs sprites are noticeably larger than the fairies. Thanatos is gigantic in his cut scene but his vs sprite is only slightly larger than the fairies. The perspective Cordelia is shown in suggests she's even larger than Thanatos but her vs sprite is only slightly bigger.
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* AmbidextrousSprite

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* AmbidextrousSpriteAmbidextrousSprite: They switch sides depending on whether player one or two chooses them but if a character is holding something but everything will be in the same position regardless.



* BalefulPolymorph: Mangari, Mingiri and Hindari can transform fairies into things like dolls, though they will quickly shake it off.
* BashBrothers: Furil and Kain can team up and combine their garbage blocks



* BubblyClouds: Sophia's stage features buildings made of clouds



* DefeatEqualsFriendship: In the story mode of the SNES games, for the first 8 stages the protagonist (Lip in ''[=PdP=]'', Yoshi in ''TA'') battles their friends who have been put under a spell. Winning against them breaks the spell.

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* DefeatEqualsFriendship: In the story mode of the SNES games, for the first 8 stages the protagonist (Lip in ''[=PdP=]'', Yoshi in ''TA'') battles their friends who have been put under a spell. Winning against them breaks the spell. You also gain fairy allies this way in the ''Panel De Pon'' section of ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection''.



* ElementalHair: Think has "hair" made out of ice.



* GreenThumb: Thiana and Lip.
* HairDecorations

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* FloatingInABubble: Furil while she explains whatever mode of the ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection'' ''Panel De Pon'' you may want to play.
* GirlishPigtails: Rinze has rather long braided pigtails.
* GreenThumb: Fairy of nature Thiana and Lip.
Lip, fairy of flowers. Furil's just like Lip and Rinze can hit opponents with leaves.
* HairDecorationsHairDecorations: The bows of Lip, Furil and Pure. Nathia's tiara.



* AnIcePerson: Sherbet.

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* HumanLadder: Mangari, Mingiri and Hindari stand on top of one another when serving as the collective FinalBoss of ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection'''s ''Panel De Pon'' section.
* AnIcePerson: Fairy of ice, Sherbet.



* LandOfFaerie

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* LandOfFaerie LandOfFaerie: The Kingdom where most of NES ''Panel De Pon'' and its Game Cube "Puzzle Collection" sequel take place in.
* LethalLavaLand: Rayea's stage
* LightEmUp: Nathia appears to bring StarPower down on opponents, whatever it is it's also this trope.



* MakingASplash: Elias and Neris.

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* MakingASplash: Fairy of water Elias and Neris.sea fairy Neris. Oecil attacks with Bubbles, which may or may not be this trope, but is also water based. Nathia can make water erupt under opponents, [[MindScrew even if they are already underwater]].



* PlayingWithFire: Flare.

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* NotQuiteFlight: Pure from the ''Nintendo Puzzle Collection Panel De Pon'' sits on a floating crystal. It plants in the ground if she loses.
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: Nathia is a fairy, but she has a fish tail in place of legs, making her look like a mermaid.
* PlayingWithFire: Flare.Fairy of fire, Flare. Rayea will also call fire down on opponents.
* PowerFloats: Oecil, Rayea, Rinze and Sala are usually floating slightly above ground.



* RockSteady: Ruby.

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* RockSteady: Ruby. Pure also hits opponents with shiny precious stones.
* SeashellBra: Nathia's attire


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* ShockAndAwe: Sophia calls down lightning on opponents
* SkySurfing: Sophia does is on a cloud.


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* SuperNotDrowningSkills: Even the non water fairies seems just fine in Oecil's and Nathia's stages, which are submerged.


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* WeirdMoon: The Game Cube ''Panel De Pon'' shows the moon to be permanently crescent shaped and have a door built into its surface.
16th Apr '16 9:13:19 AM Silverblade2
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* [[RegionalBonus Japan Bonus]]: When the Panel de Pon sequel was finally released in Japan, it received the new feature of 4-player Vs., a feature that Pokémon Puzzle League didn't have.



* [[LukeIAmYourFather Lip, I Am Your Mother]]: A bit of a ShockingSwerve, really. We didn't even know her mother was missing!

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* [[LukeIAmYourFather Lip, I Am Your Mother]]: LukeIAmYourFather: A bit of a ShockingSwerve, really. We didn't even know her mother was missing!


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* RegionalBonus: When the Panel de Pon sequel was finally released in Japan, it received the new feature of 4-player Vs., a feature that Pokémon Puzzle League didn't have.
10th Jan '16 7:03:42 PM StongRadd
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* HopelessBossFight: Subverted by the first Thanatos/Bowser/Butch and Cassidy fight in Stage Clear mode. Even though it moves at an absurdly fast rate for that point in the game, you can beat him if you're skilled enough.

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* HopelessBossFight: Subverted by the Special Fight in Stage Clear/Line Clear mode (first encounter against Thanatos in PdP, first Thanatos/Bowser/Butch encounter against Bowser in TA, Butch and Cassidy fight in Stage Clear mode. PPL, and Morty in PPC). Even though it moves at an absurdly fast rate for that point in the game, you can beat him the boss if you're skilled enough.enough. However, it doesn't reward much aside from an alternate scene and the satisfaction of having won.



** Beating Cordelia/Bowser on Super Hard mode is exceedingly difficult.
** [[FinalBoss Cordelia]] & [[DolledUpInstallment Bowser]] can't even be fought ''on Normal'' in the SNES version. You have to be on Hard or Hardest to face them. The same is true for Gary's rematch in ''Pokémon Puzzle League'', and Mewtwo requires no less than Very Hard.

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** Beating Cordelia/Bowser on Super Hard Hardest mode is exceedingly difficult.
** [[FinalBoss Cordelia]] & [[DolledUpInstallment Bowser]] can't even be fought ''on Normal'' in the SNES version. You have to be on Hard or Hardest to face them. The same is true for Gary's rematch in ''Pokémon Puzzle League'', League'' and Lance in ''Pokémon Puzzle Challenge'', and Mewtwo in ''Puzzle League'' requires no less than Very Hard.
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* DolledUpInstallment: The first game was released as ''Tetris Attack'' in the US, and featured characters from ''[[VideoGame/YoshisIsland Super Mario World 2]]'', making it a ''double'' doll-up with both ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' and Mario. Some of which have undergone a HeelFaceTurn. Then there was ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Puzzle League'', localized by Nintendo Software Technology Corporation from the then cancelled ''Panel de Pon'' sequel, which gave the series' most recent entry its title after removing the license. ''Pokémon Puzzle Challenge'' on the Game Boy Color was a ''Pokémon'' game in Japan too, but shows blatant signs of having been dolled-up during development.

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* DolledUpInstallment: Almost every game in the series, at some point or another.
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The first game was released as ''Tetris Attack'' in the US, and featured characters from ''[[VideoGame/YoshisIsland Super Mario World 2]]'', making it a ''double'' doll-up with both ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' and Mario. Some of which have undergone a HeelFaceTurn.
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Then there was ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Puzzle League'', localized by Nintendo Software Technology Corporation from the then cancelled ''Panel de Pon'' sequel, which gave the series' most recent entry its title after removing the license. license.
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''Pokémon Puzzle Challenge'' on the Game Boy Color was a ''Pokémon'' game in Japan too, but shows blatant signs of having been dolled-up during development.
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* DolledUpInstallment: The first game was released as ''Tetris Attack'' in the US, and featured characters from ''[[VideoGame/YoshisIsland Super Mario World 2]]'', making it a ''double'' doll-up with both ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' and Mario. Some of which have undergone a HeelFaceTurn. Then there was ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Puzzle League'', localized by Nintendo Software Technology Corporation from the then cancelled ''Panel de Pon'' sequel, which gave the series' most recent entry its title after removing the license.

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* DolledUpInstallment: The first game was released as ''Tetris Attack'' in the US, and featured characters from ''[[VideoGame/YoshisIsland Super Mario World 2]]'', making it a ''double'' doll-up with both ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' and Mario. Some of which have undergone a HeelFaceTurn. Then there was ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Puzzle League'', localized by Nintendo Software Technology Corporation from the then cancelled ''Panel de Pon'' sequel, which gave the series' most recent entry its title after removing the license. ''Pokémon Puzzle Challenge'' on the Game Boy Color was a ''Pokémon'' game in Japan too, but shows blatant signs of having been dolled-up during development.



** [[FinalBoss Cordelia]] & [[DolledUpInstallment Bowser]] can't even be fought ''on Normal'' in the SNES version. You have to be on Hard or Hardest to face him/her. The same is true for Gary's rematch in ''Pokémon Puzzle League'', and Mewtwo requires no less than Very Hard.

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** [[FinalBoss Cordelia]] & [[DolledUpInstallment Bowser]] can't even be fought ''on Normal'' in the SNES version. You have to be on Hard or Hardest to face him/her.them. The same is true for Gary's rematch in ''Pokémon Puzzle League'', and Mewtwo requires no less than Very Hard.
17th Jul '15 2:10:04 AM Mikeyfan93
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The original ''Panel de Pon'' came out for the SNES in 1996, along with a Game Boy version. The plot ([[ExcusePlot such as it was]]) starred a fairy named Lip trying to rescue her friends. Since no self-respecting gamer would buy a game featuring 'girly girls' in those days, Nintendo decided to do the infamous palette and name swap, the same way they did to ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2''. The US version was {{dolled up|Installment}} as ''Tetris Attack,'' with identical gameplay but with a ''very'' superficial''VideoGame/YoshisIsland'' theme[[note]]Much of the original game remains intact visually, with only character art, the title screen, and a few musical pieces being changed[[/note]], a few extra options and character profiles, and ''nothing to do with Tetris at all''[[note]]But since Yoshi has starred in previous falling blocks games like ''Yoshi's Egg'' and ''Yoshi's Cookie'', the idea of using ''Yoshi's Island'' characters is not too far-fetched.[[/note]]. It later saw two ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}''-themed reskinnings: ''Pokémon Puzzle League,'' for the N64, introduced a "3D" mode with a cylinder of blocks instead of a stack, and ''Pokémon Puzzle Challenge,'' which was almost a proto-''VideoGame/PuzzleQuest.'' It had "battles" between Pokémon played out in puzzle matches, and some adventuring on the side. The name "Puzzle League" stuck: A Game Boy Advance compilation release (along with ''Dr. Mario'') simply entitled it "Puzzle League," as did the DS version.

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The original ''Panel de Pon'' came out for the SNES in 1996, along with a Game Boy version. The plot ([[ExcusePlot such as it was]]) starred a fairy named Lip trying to rescue her friends. Since no self-respecting gamer would buy a game featuring 'girly girls' in those days, Nintendo decided to do the infamous palette and name swap, the same way they did to ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2''. The US version was {{dolled up|Installment}} as ''Tetris Attack,'' with identical gameplay but with a ''very'' superficial''VideoGame/YoshisIsland'' superficial ''VideoGame/YoshisIsland'' theme[[note]]Much of the original game remains intact visually, with only character art, the title screen, and a few musical pieces being changed[[/note]], a few extra options and character profiles, and ''nothing to do with Tetris at all''[[note]]But since Yoshi has starred in previous falling blocks games like ''Yoshi's Egg'' and ''Yoshi's Cookie'', the idea of using ''Yoshi's Island'' characters is not too far-fetched.[[/note]]. It later saw two ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}''-themed reskinnings: ''Pokémon Puzzle League,'' for the N64, introduced a "3D" mode with a cylinder of blocks instead of a stack, and ''Pokémon Puzzle Challenge,'' which was almost a proto-''VideoGame/PuzzleQuest.'' It had "battles" between Pokémon played out in puzzle matches, and some adventuring on the side. The name "Puzzle League" stuck: A Game Boy Advance compilation release (along with ''Dr. Mario'') simply entitled it "Puzzle League," as did the DS version.
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