Lumines

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Lumines is a puzzle video game series developed by Q entertainment.wikipedia
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Puzzle video game

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Lumines is a puzzle video game series developed by Q entertainment.
Some feed to the player a random assortment of blocks or pieces that they must organize in the correct manner, such as Tetris, Klax and Lumines.

Tetsuya Mizuguchi

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.
Mizuguchi is known for creating video games that incorporate an emphasis on interactive sound design, evidenced by Rez, Lumines, and Child of Eden.

Q Entertainment

Lumines is a puzzle video game series developed by Q entertainment.
It is best known for their music and luminary action puzzle game series Lumines, which was released worldwide in 2004/2005 for the PlayStation Portable system and has now developed into mobile (Lumines Mobile), Xbox Live Arcade (Lumines Live!) and PlayStation 2 (Lumines Plus) platforms.

PlayStation Portable

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.
Launch games for PSP included Ape Escape: On the Loose (North America, Europe, Japan), Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower (North America, Europe, Japan), Dynasty Warriors (all regions), Lumines (North America, Europe, Japan), Metal Gear Acid (North America, Europe, Japan), Need for Speed: Underground Rivals (North America, Europe, Japan), NFL Street 2: Unleashed (North America, Europe), Ridge Racer (North America, Europe, Japan), Spiderman 2 (North America, Europe, Japan), Tiger Woods PGA Tour (North America, Europe, Japan), Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix (North America, Europe), Twisted Metal: Head-On (North America, Europe), Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade (North America, Europe, Japan), Wipeout Pure (all regions), and World Tour Soccer: Challenge Edition (North America, Europe).

Katsumi Yokota

Katsumi Yokota implemented strict rules for the series that the songs would follow time signature, with the exception of "Big Elpaso".
Katsumi Yokota is a Japanese video game designer who has contributed to the visual design and music of the Lumines series of games.

Lumines Live!

is a puzzle game developed by Q Entertainment and is the third entry in the Lumines series.

Lumines Supernova

Lumines Supernova is a puzzle video game, the fourth main entry in the Lumines series.

Rez

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Mizuguchi stated he wanted it to be a audio-visual puzzle game for the challenge, but he also wanted to make something that was less daunting to players compared to his previous titles Rez or Space Channel 5, so that it would attract casual players.
This quantization mechanic soon became the central focus of the game and it would go on for other games Mizuguchi developed including Child of Eden and Lumines.

Lumines: Electronic Symphony

Lumines Electronic Symphony uses both the front touch screen, touchpad on the back of the Playstation Vita, and classic controls featured in previous Lumines titles.

Lumines: Puzzle Fusion

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The series began with Lumines: Puzzle Fusion.

Spike Video Game Awards

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The original Lumines: Puzzle Fusion won several awards including, 2005 Spike TV Video Game Awards for Best Handheld Game, GameSpot's 2005 PSP Game Of The Year, Electronic Gaming Monthly's 2005 Handheld Game Of The Year, Game Informer's "Top 50 Games of 2005" list.

PlayStation 3

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.

PlayStation Vita

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.

Xbox 360

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.

Mobile phone

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.

IOS

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.

Columns (video game)

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Lumines is a block-dropping game that seems at first similar to Columns and Tetris.

Tetris

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Lumines is a block-dropping game that seems at first similar to Columns and Tetris.

Walkman

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He described the PlayStation Portable as an "interactive Walkman" and "Dream machine" due to the system being one of the few video game handheld consoles with a headphone jack, allowing the game to be played at any time, any location, and any style with good sound.

Space Channel 5

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Mizuguchi stated he wanted it to be a audio-visual puzzle game for the challenge, but he also wanted to make something that was less daunting to players compared to his previous titles Rez or Space Channel 5, so that it would attract casual players.

Tetris Effect

His original hopes would eventually come to be when, in 2018, Tetris Effect was released for PS4.

Time signature

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Katsumi Yokota implemented strict rules for the series that the songs would follow time signature, with the exception of "Big Elpaso".

PlayStation 2

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The series was initially conceived when Tetsuya Mizuguchi heard about the PlayStation Portable and wanted to develop a game for it. Since the original release, several sequels have been developed and released for multiple platforms including, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Mobile phone, iOS, and Android.

Gwen Stefani

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In addition, licensed songs from famous artists such as Gwen Stefani, Black Eyed Peas and The Chemical Brothers were incorporated into the game's soundtrack.