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Nanopa is a swap and match tile-based puzzle game developed by Trumph House (now defunct), featuring Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha characters and based on Tetris Attack, a 1996 puzzle video game developed by Intelligent Systems. Player have a screen full of differently colored blocks and shapes. Player can swap the blocks freely horizontally, but cannot swap them vertically. The main goal of the game is to get three or more of the same block in a row, clear the screen with limited moves and scores. In Story Mode and Versus Mode, each time a player removes a large group (four blocks or more) some of those removed are transferred to the opponent's arena, delaying their efforts to remove all the blocks from their individual arena. However, the stack of blocks is constantly growing, and if it reaches the top of the screen, the player will lose. The game consists of four game modes; Story Mode, Versus Mode, Attack Mode and Network Mode. Nanopa was released on December 18, 2009.

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Game Information
Nanopa | Genre: Puzzle Game | Developer: Trumph House | Publisher: Trumph House | Language: Japanese | Release: 2009 | File size: 125 MB

Minimum Requirements
Windows 2000/XP | Processor Intel Celeron 1.3 GHz or equivalent AMD | 512 MB RAM | 300 MB Free HDD | DirectX 9.0c | 64 MB video card compatible with DirectX 9.0c with 640x480 minimum resolution

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