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花と緑の界域 (Hana to Midori no Sakai-iki)
フルブルーム (Furuburūmu)


GOOD LUCK!!

Stage 1[edit]

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Welcome to the game. This stage contains three Heitai (from Toy Pop, 1986); it also contains two pieces of Popcorn, as shall the next twenty-one. If you can drop your Tinker Ball, get all three of the Heitai following you while you are collecting the large Bonus Foods (apples), and wait until the line between you and your Tinker Ball automatically becomes electrified, it will temporarily shock the Heitai (if they are on it) - and you can then release the Tinker Ball Button to make it return to you, killing all three of the Heitai as it hits them (for 400, 800 and 1600 points). If you manage to do this, a Rally-X-style Bonus Flag will fall down from the top of the screen (watch its shadow, to see where it is going to land); you can then collect it for 10000 points (its number, 1, is multiplied by 10000). However, if you do not manage to do this, and you get to the point where there is only one Heitai remaining, he will make for one of the corners, speak the English text of "Bye-bye!", and degenerate, thus completing the stage - and once the stage has been cleared either way, both Pitt and Patti shall do a somersault and their Tinker Balls will leap across the maze to them as the text "NICE CLEAR!" appears at the top of the screen. The points they earned for the Bonus Foods they have collected shall then get added to their combined score; small ones (mushrooms) are worth 500 points and large ones (apples) are worth 1500. If they managed to collect eight large ones (apples) between them (for 12000 points), they will also both receive a "perfect" bonus of 20000 points - and the Bonus Character on the stage is the 10-point Copper Coin, which has been created specifically for the game.

Stage 2[edit]

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This stage contains four more Heitai; this is also the earliest point for which a Speed Up powerup will appear, and if you manage to kill all four Heitai with a single return of your Tinker Ball, another Bonus Flag will fall down from the top of the screen (but its number will be 2, if you collected the first one, so it will be worth 20000 points). The Bonus Character for this stage is also the 20-point Silver Coin - which has again been created specifically for this game.

Stage 3[edit]

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This stage contains seven Heitai (but only four of them are present for the start); this is also the earliest point for which a Tinker Ball Speed Up powerup will appear, and if you manage to kill all four of those initial Heitai with a single return of your Tinker Ball, a third Bonus Flag will fall down from the top of the screen (but its number will be 3 if you collected the first two so it will be worth 30000 points). But even if you manage to kill all three of the additional Heitai with another single return, a fourth Bonus Flag will not appear - and the Bonus Character of this stage is the 30-point Gold Coin, which has, once again, been created specifically for the game. The next stage also introduces a new type of enemy and the first of the Bonus Characters to have a past.

Stage 4[edit]

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This stage contains eight Pookas (from Dig Dug, 1982), and two Heitai (but only six Pookas are present for the start); the Pookas can also pass through walls, and this is the earliest point for which a Line Power Up powerup will appear. If you manage to kill all six of the initial Pookas with a single return of your Tinker Ball, a fourth Bonus Flag will fall down from the top of the screen (but its number will be 4 if you've collected the first three, so it will be worth 40000 points) - and, even if you manage to kill the two additional Pookas and the two Heitai with another single return, a fifth Bonus Flag shall again not appear. The Bonus Character of this stage is also a 50-point Mewky, who's previously appeared in Mappy (1983) and Hopping Mappy (1986); once you have cleared this stage, Pitt and Patti will proceed to the second world, Omocha no Sakai-iki Toy Pop (おもちゃの界域トイポップ), which has six stages.