Aomori tourism council makes super-hard tile-matching game using different apple varieties

Originally published on Sora News by Master Blaster

You better know your Fuji apples from your San Fuji apples.

Although it was recently the target of some shade thrown by a certain Sega exec not too long ago, the tile-matching puzzle game Puyo Puyo is a classic of the genre and now a highly competitive e-sport.

Perhaps as a way to say thanks to everyone for supporting its success, Sega has now graciously lent its source code to the Monaca Education e-learning service to help teach people of all ages how to code games. All materials are free of charge and simply registering with Monaca allows

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