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Mappy Kids Famicom
Mappy Kids Famicom
Mappy Kids Famicom

Famicom Friday #10 – Mappy Kids

Mappy Kids is a platformer game that was released by Namco in 1989 for the Nintendo Famicom. This game i s a sequel to the arcade game Mappy. There were other Mappy games also released for the Famicom before this one, like Mapp...
 
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Rolling Thunder
Rolling Thunder
Rolling Thunder

Famicom Friday #9 – Rolling Thunder

Rolling Thunder is a side-scrolling action game that was released by Namco for the Famicom in 1989. It had previously been produced for other platforms such as the Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and in the arcades etc. You...

 
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Famicom Wanpaku Graffiti Splatterhouse cartridge
Famicom Wanpaku Graffiti Splatterhouse cartridge
Famicom Wanpaku Graffiti Splatterhouse cartridge

Famicom Friday #8 Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti

Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti (which translates to “Naughty Graffiti”) is the second Splatterhouse game and it was the first game in the series to be released on a home console. The Famicom was however the only co...

 
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Urusei Yatsura - Lum's Wedding Bell
Urusei Yatsura - Lum's Wedding Bell
Urusei Yatsura - Lum's Wedding Bell

Famicom Friday #7 Urusei Yatsura: Lum’s Wedding Bell

  This Friday I’m gonna talk about a game I recently picked up called Urusei Yatsura: Lum no Wedding Bell. The game was developed by Tose and published by Jaleco in 1986. It was a Japan exclusive release. Urusei Yats...
 
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Tokorosan no Mamorumo Semerumo
Tokorosan no Mamorumo Semerumo
Tokorosan no Mamorumo Semerumo

Famicom Friday #6 Tokorosan no Mamorumo Semerumo

Tokorosan no Mamorumo Semerumo, not easy on the tongue is it? Try saying it out loud: To-ko-ro-san no Ma-mo-ru-mo Se-me-ru-mo! Japanese sure is a different language. Anyway, this game is a Japan exclusive title released for the...

 
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Battletoads cartridge
Battletoads cartridge
Battletoads cartridge

Famicom Friday #5 Battletoads

Here’s a game that many of you probably already know, however there are some significant differences in the Japanese version for Famicom. And for you who haven’t heard of Battletoads before here comes an introductio...

 
 
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Kinnikuman_590
Kinnikuman_590
Kinnikuman_590

Famicom Friday #4 Kinnikuman: Kinniku-Sei Ōi Sōdatsuhen

Kinnikuman: Kinniku-Sei Ōi Sōdatsuhen (キン肉マン・キン肉星王位争奪編) was released in 1987 by Bandai for the Famicom Disk System. Translated it’s called Kinnikuman: Scramble for the Throne. Kinnikuman literally translates to Muscleman,...
 
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Karate Champ_550
Karate Champ_550

Famicom Friday #3 Karate Champ

Karate Champ was developed by Technos Japan for Data East in 1984 as an arcade game. The game was later ported for several different systems, among them also the Famicom Disk System in 1986. As the title suggest it’s a Ka...

 
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Gorby no Pipeline cartridge
Gorby no Pipeline cartridge
Gorby no Pipeline cartridge

Famicom Friday #2 Gorby no Pipeline

Gorby no Pipeline Daisakusen (ゴルビのパイプライン大作戦) was developed by Compile and published by Tokuma Shoten. It was released in Japan in 1991. It is a puzzle game, similar to Pipe Dream for the Game Boy. What makes this game unique is...
 
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Hebereke
Hebereke
Hebereke

Famicom Friday #1 Hebereke へべれけ

Hebereke (へべれけ in Japanese) is a game developed by Sunsoft in 1991, it’s success lead to several sequels, like Hebereke no Popoon for the Super Famicom. The game is also known as Uforia in the US and Europe. Both the Fami...