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Puyo Puyo!! Quest
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DeveloperSonic Team
PublishersSEGA
PlatformsiOS, Android
Players1 player
Release dateiOS
Japan April 24th, 2013
Taiwan May 15th - Sept 30th, 2015
South Korea May 15th - Sept 30th, 2015

Android

Japan June 11th, 2013
Taiwan May 15th - Sept 30th, 2015
South Korea May 15th - Sept 30th, 2015

Windows (DMM Game Player)

Japan March 1st, 2018 - June 27th, 2019

Puyo Puyo!! Quest, (ぷよぷよ!!クエスト Puyopuyo!! kuesuto) not to be confused with Puyo Puyo!! Quest Arcade or Puyo Puyo Quest (the RPG-styled quest mode in Puyo Puyo Box), is a Puzzle RPG spin off of the Puyo Puyo series. The game features puzzle elements that is never before seen in the franchise, and uses a card system similar to other mobile RPG such as Puzzle & Dragons. The game is also renowned for reviving many older characters from across the franchise, and introducing many new original characters.

Gameplay

Puzzle Gameplay

Main article: PPQ:Puzzle Gameplay

Puyo Puyo!! Quest gameplay is different than traditional falling block style of the main series. However, the core rules of gameplay such as connecting 4 or more Puyos of the same color are retained with callbacks to certain Puyo Puyo game modes.

Character Cards and Deck

The collectible character cards, which come with various skills and abilities, are the main draw of the game. These cards can be obtained as drops in quests, in gacha, or by participating in events.

All cards are given one or two colors out of Red, Blue, Green, Yellow and Purple. Cards attack and charge for their active skills when Puyos of the same color are popped.

Cards come in four main types: Balance Type, HP Type, Attack Type and Recover Type, indicating how the card stats distribute.

To participate in the game's various modes and levels, a player must create a deck using cards in their inventory (called Card Box in-game). A deck can make up of at most 9 cards, including one leader card (whose leader skill will be active), four subordinate cards and four back-up cards. When cards are knocked out in game, the latter cards will move forward and fill the vacated spots.

Combination Bonus

Combination Bonus is activated when there are 3 or more different cards with a common trait next to each other in the deck (excluding the supporter). The cards involved will receive an additional 20% bonus on all stats while Combination Bonus is in effect.

All character cards will have at least one combination, while many have multiple. Combinations source their ideas from character backgrounds (e.g. Magic School students, Suzuran residents, merchants, characters unknown in origins), their roles in the main series, when applicable (e.g. final bosses, key members of OPP cast) and visible design elements (e.g. girls, boys, glasses, relating to plants or animals, horned). At most one Combination Bonus can be in effect at any time, the preference being determined by the number of cards involved, the position of the streak in the deck (leftmost first), and the nature of the combinations (more specific first).

Guild

Guilds can be made with other users. Guild Masters and Sub-Masters facilitate management of a guild. You must be at least level 20 to join a Guild.

Support

In a guild, a player can support other players, or get support from them, in the form of sharing a support card. Guild Members can place up to 6 cards as support, one of each colour alongside a card of arbitrary colour. These cards have event bonus status conserved and can be used in Collection Events or Guild Events to take advantage of event bonuses, or in normal quest with the added benefit of a second Leader Skill.

Yelling

Players can also yell guildmates which restores five Magic Points for both the player and the guildmate they yelled.

Message Board

Guild members can communicate via a simple bulletin board.

Guild Tower

Using TP (Tower Points) obtained in quests, players can increase the level of a guild's set of Guild Towers. As the Guild Towers grow, guild member's cards receive strength bonuses. Fairies used to be the method of leveling up Guild Towers, and were removed in the 10.0.0 update.[1]

Farm

Events

Main article: Category:PPQ:Events

Events in Puyo Puyo!! Quest are varied in play style and difficulty, allowing for collaboration between players both within and outside of one's guild.

Super Puyo Quest Project

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Teaser #1 (April 24, 2021)

During the Puyo Quest 8th Anniversary Special was an announcement of a new project, dubbed the "Super Puyo Quest Project".

Teaser #2 (June 18, 2021)

About two months and two weeks later during the 8th Anniversary Popularity Poll Result Announcement Special-!, Sega released another teaser for Super Puyo Quest Project. This time, numerous details were shown:

  • "Super Adventure"
  • "Super Appearance"
  • "Super Guild"
  • "Super Transformation"
  • Silhouettes of three new characters, confirmed to be the Quest "ARS" Trio.

The Super Puyo Quest Project was clarified to be "In response to everyone's passionate messages sent into the Puyo Quest Cheers Conference." and said to be the "largest Puyo Quest project ever". [2]

Teaser #3 (June 25, 2021)

About a week later, in an interview of Mizuki Hosoyamada and Harigane Skeleton with Dengeki Online, a fourth silhouetted character was shown. No other details were released.

Teaser #4 (August 5th, 2021)

About a month and ten days later, during the Puyo Puyo Quest x Re:Zero Collaboration Special, Sega released their fourth teaser for Super Puyo Quest Project. This teaser revealed 6 things:

  • The silhouette to a companion character to the new ARS trio.
  • Further collaboration with fellow guild members
  • An in-development video of gameplay
  • Addition to special training
  • A new story
  • A new setting

Game Implementation

Super Puyo Puyo!! Quest was implemented on October 26th, 2021 in a mandatory update to version 10.0.0.[3]

Returning Characters Roster

Character Color Notes
Akuma Purple
Amitie Red Alt: Sweet Amitie (event reward)
Archan Red
Arle Blue Alt: Santa Arle (event reward)
Alt: Arle ver. PuyoTet (special grant)
Baldanders Blue
Banshee Trio Purple
Baromett Red
Dark Sig Blue and Red Limited from gacha
Otomo Green Alt: Serious Otomo (special grant)
Cait Sith Yellow
Carbuncle Yellow Event reward
Chico Yellow Event reward
Cockatrice Purple
Donguri Gaeru Green
Dark Arle Purple Not as an alt of Arle
Limited from gacha
Doppelganger Arle Red Not as an alt of Arle
Special grant
Draco Centauros Green Alt: Spirited Draco (special grant)
Ecolo Yellow Limited from gacha
Feli Purple Event reward
Alt: Lovestruck Feli (event reward)
Frankensteins Yellow
Fufufu Green
Gogotte Red
Harpy Green Alt: Songstress Harpy (event reward)
Hoho Red
Honey Bee Yellow
Incubus Purple Event reward
Jaan Blue Event reward
Kikimora Red
Klug Purple
Kodomo Dragon Blue
Ragnus the Brave Purple Alt: Powerful Ragnus (event reward)
Lemres Green Event reward
Alt: Chef Lemres (event reward)
Lidelle Green Alt: Furisode Lidelle (event reward)
Lycanthrope Blue
Maguro Blue Event reward
Mamono Purple
Mandrake Green
Minotauros Yellow
Momomo Yellow
Ms. Accord Blue Limited from gacha
Mummy Yellow
Nasu Grave Purple
Nohoho Green
Ocean Prince Yellow read: Ocean Prince (Fish)
Oniko Red
Onion Pixie Yellow
Dapper Bones Red
Owlbear Blue
Pakista Blue
Panotty Green Event reward
Parara Blue
Popoi Purple Alt: Black Popoi (event reward)
Prince Salde Yellow read: Ocean Prince (Human)
Raffina Yellow Alt: Sakura Raffina (event reward)
Red Amitie Red and Yellow
Ringo Red Event reward
Risukuma Yellow Event reward
Rulue Red
Satan Green Limited from gacha
Alt: Santa Satan (limited from gacha)
Schezo Purple Alt: Nekomimi Schezo (event reward)
Scylla Red
Serilly Blue
Sig Blue Alt: Yukata Sig (event reward)
Samurai Mole Green
Sasori Man Red Alt: Midsummer Sasori Man (special grant)
Skeleton T Blue Alt: Relaxed Skeleton T (special grant)
Possessed Klug Red Not as an alt of Klug
Limited from gacha
Suketoudara Red Alt: Flame Suketoudara (special grant)
Tartar Blue
Alter Ecolo Purple and Blue
Will-o-Wisp Purple
Witch Yellow
Yellow Satan Yellow and Green
Yu & Rei Purple
Zoh Daimaoh Yellow Alt: Ornate Zoh Daimaoh (limited from gacha)

Gallery

Comics

Illustrations

An extended archive of these illustrations including links to the original posts and their captions can be found at the link below.

Main article: Puyo Puyo!! Quest/Illustration Archive

Screenshots

Promotional Images

Music/Animations

Puyo Puyo Quest!! Opening animation
Let's Head Out, On We Go! Puyo Puyo!!! (ココからもっと!ぷよぷよ!!! Koko Kara Motto! Puyo Puyo!!!)
View fan-translated lyrics

Gameplay Videos

Promotional video showcasing gameplay
Battling against other players

Notes

  1. News post on the official Puyo Puyo!! Quest website
  2. Puyo Puyo!! Quest YouTube channel
  3. Information about the Super Puyo Puyo!! Quest update