Azure Striker Gunvolt Spin-off Is Similar to Suika Game
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Azure Striker Gunvolt Spin-off PuzzMiX Plays Like Suika Game

There’s a new Azure Striker Gunvolt spin-off, and this time Inti Creates made a Suika Game inspired title called PuzzMiX. However, instead of matching fruits to make watermelons, people are pairing up Lola Pods on the Switch on April 5, 2024. 

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The main character in PuzzMiX is Lola herself. She’ll appear on-screen offering commentary as you match up the Lola Pods. Like Suika Game, you’ll need to to match up the pods of similar size to keep making larger ones. These drop from the top of the screen into a box. The game ends when the pods get so large or cluttered that they spill out of the box. The goal is to keep topping your high scores, and you earn more music when you do.

Here’s the first trailer showing how it will work:

Said trailer also included a number of the tracks that you can hear and unlock in the game. All of them are taken from the Azure Striker Gunvolt series. Here’s the list:

  • “Beyond Probability”
  • “Chronicle of Our Lives”
  • “Command Prompt”
  • “Countdown: 3-2-1-0”
  • “Curiosity = Possibility”
  • “Igniter”
  • “Inner Alarm”
  • “Kindred Spirits”
  • “Love’s Sanctuary”
  • “Luminous Promise”
  • “The New World”
  • “Original Chord”
  • “Purification”
  • “Raison D’etre”
  • “Ready to Go”
  • “Resonating Hearts”
  • “Sparkling Elation”
  • “Sword of Destiny”
  • “Wordplay Magic”
  • “You’re Not Alone”

While the Switch version is appearing first, more will also appear. It will also arrive on the PS4, PS5, and PC eventually.

This is the second recent spin-off where the support characters and music from the series is a focus. GUNVOLT RECORDS: Cychronicle also appeared in 2024. That’s a more traditional rhythm game, however. 

PuzzMiX will come to the Nintendo Switch on April 5, 2024, followed by a PS4, PS5, and PC release.

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