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Ghost Mania

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Ghost Mania
Developer(s): Teyon
Publisher(s): Legendo Entertainment
Platform: WiiWare
Category: Falling-block puzzle
Players: 1 (arcade, puzzle, and endless mode), 2 (2P party mode)
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
Wii Points


Release dates
N. America:

January 3, 2011


January 7, 2011





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Ghost Mania is an original puzzle game for players of all ages, offering a new twist on the falling-block genre. Build and expand colored stacks of ghosts and blocks in any direction and any number. The game features multiple single- and two-player modes, including a relaxed and thoughtful puzzle mode, an arcade mode and a variety of two-player modes such as Battle and Enduro. The game centers on the misadventures of Becky and Tim, a pair of ghost guardians who've just lost their jobs. Having fallen asleep on active duty, they accidentally let all the ghosts escape from the Spirit World. Help Becky and Tim get their jobs back so they can return to the Spirit World. Catch the runaway ghosts before it's too late.


The player's goal is to capture ghost blocks by eliminating them with colored blocks that match. The player controls a two box cursor that lets the player swap both of the boxes, or drop both them. To do that, the player must drop the blocks coming from the top in order to get to the ghost blocks. During gamplay, a new set of colored blocks momentarily rises up. The player can lose the game if the stage is overflooded with colored blocks.

Single player[edit]

In arcade mode, the player has to reach a certain target score in order to advance to the next stage. Endless mode lets the player play the game without being interrupted.


2P Party mode contains three sub-modes: Battle, Enduro, and Ghost mode.


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