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Blue Planet Software

Blue Planet Software, Inc., is a video game developer and publisher. Although it takes on the abbreviation of Japanese Tetris developer and publisher Bullet-Proof Software, Inc., Blue Planet Software is a separate company founded by Henk Rogers in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1996. Maya Rogers became CEO in 2014.[1]

List of games

Game Date Platform
Bakuto Dochers Super NES
Black Onyx Plus Game Boy Color
Bombliss Cup '95 (ボンブリス・カップ95) October 11, 1995 Super Famicom/Satellaview
Dekitate High School July 7, 1995 Super Famicom
Faceball 2000 Game Boy / Super NES / Virtual Boy (Canceled)
Hatris Game Boy
Obitus Super NES
Michael Andretti's Indy Car Challenge Super NES
Pipe Mania Game Boy
Seijyuu Maden: Beast & Blade Super NES
Super Tetris 2 Super NES
Super Tetris 3 Super NES
Tetris (Game Boy) 1989 Game Boy
Tetris 1988 Famicom
Tetris Plus Arcade
Tetris S Sega Saturn
Tōge Densetsu: Saisoku Battle March 15, 1996 Super Famicom
True Golf Classics: Wicked 18 Super NES / 3DO
WildSnake Game Boy / Super NES
V-Tetris Virtual Boy
Welltris 1989 Various
Tetris Stars 2011 Facebook
Wordtris Game Boy / Super NES
Yoshi's Cookie 1992 Game Boy / NES / Super NES
The Twisted Tales of Spike McFang 1994 Super NES
Igo: Kyū Roban Taikyoku 1985 NES


  1. ^ New CEO for BPS

External links

  • Blue Planet Software, Inc. page

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