On the surface, Kurulin Fusion is similar to a plethora of other puzzlers already on the market. Two kinds of multicolored pieces cascade down a playfield: square-shaped power blocks and circular energy orbs. Much like Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, two similarly colored squares which are adjacent to one another will fuse together and form a larger object. Once a like-tinted orb comes in contact with any size power block, the two formations disappear from the screen, netting the player points. As with most Puyo Puyo/Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine inspired-titles, the gameplay seems convoluted when explained, but becomes clear when experienced.