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This article is about the console versions of the game known as Super Puzzle Bobble in Japan. For the arcade version, see Super Puzzle Bobble.

Super Bust-A-Move (also known as Super Puzzle Bobble in Japan) is a 2000 game developed by Taito and published by Acclaim, released on PlayStation 2 and Windows, with the latter released in 2001. The game was later ported to GameCube and Game Boy Advance, the former being named Bust-A-Move 3000 in North America and Super Bust-A-Move All-Stars/Super Puzzle Bobble All-Stars elsewhere, featuring an arranged soundtrack and new backgrounds.

A sequel simply titled Super Bust-A-Move 2 was released in 2002 and was re-released with the first game in 2004 as part of the Simple 2000 Series in Japan only.


The gameplay is standard Puzzle Bobble action, but with features brought over from the arcade iteration of Super Puzzle Bobble such as giant and mini bubbles (with the sole exception being co-op.) The GameCube ports outside North America are a later version of the game and includes bonus game modes called "Shoot Bubble" that plays in a similar fashion to Space Invaders and "4P Battle" where up to four players complete their puzzle first before the others.