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Published on Apr 29, 2010
Gameplay video of Money Idol Exchanger (Money Puzzle Exchanger, in the US), a puzzle game created in 1997 by Japanese video game developer Face for the Neo Geo MVS arcade system. Athena Co. Ltd. ported it to the Game Boy and the PlayStation that same year.
The game is quite similar to Magic Drop, but with it's own twists. The objective of the single player mode is to defeat seven CPU controlled opponents; In solo mode the objective is to score as many points as possible and finally, there's a two player mode.
In the single and two player mode the faster and efficiently clear the coins on your side of the field, quicker the other player's screen will fill up. Since filled screens offer the most opportunity for chaining together large combos, the tide can turn very quickly.
I'm not sure if I'll do a full arcade run of Money Puzzle Exchanger, since there's already a long play video and besides, I would probably need to use some save states on the later stages (Yes, the game is pretty good but it's also pretty hard...).