New: 1387 - Famicom Mini Vol 8 Mappy (J)

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Feb 18, 2004
  1. T-hug
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    [​IMG] 1387 - Famicom Mini Vol 8 Mappy JAPAN 8Mbit (Rising Sun)
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    Languages: Japanese.
    Save Type: EEPROM_V124
    NOTE: PLAYABLE ON HARDWARE ONLY
     
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    What is Mappy?
     
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    mappy is a mouse detective. you move left and right in the [house] picking up items that the cats have stolen.
    you can only move left or right, but you have to avoid the cats (you have a few items at your disposal including doors which can be opened or closed to keep the cats at bay) and microwave doors which emmit a pulse of energy that sweeps the cats away for a short period of time.

    you navigate to the different sections and levels using the trampolines located at the bottom of the house, however bouncing on a trampoline 3 times in rapid succession will cause it to break. if you break through a trampoline located at the bottom of the screen, you will lose a life.

    the object of each level is to recover the 10 items and avoid the cats. certain items act as a bonus multiplier increasing your point total.

    bonus levels appears every 3 levels (?), where you have to capture 10 balloons.
     
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    I didn't know he was a detective.. he looked more like a copper to me..

    Oh and I didn't know Mappy used microwave technology too, I just thought he screamed real loud..

    I just learn so much in GBAtemp.. [​IMG]
     
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    (Screens from Pocket NES running Mappy)

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    Do these games come separately or are they bundled?

    Wonders how much they cost.
     
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    The games are being sold seperately for 2000 Yen (Thats $19 or £10) each.

    They're apparently part of a limited edition and they're selling well; at the moment in Japan 4 of the top 10 console games are Famicom Mini releases (Super Mario Bros, Zelda, Donkey Kong and Ice Climbers).

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    df:
    thanks for posting the screens (if you'd like, I can grab some from the actual cart (via the dev kit) once I get home tonight).
    btw, where did you get the data on the japanese top sellers list?

    edit: nevermind, just saw the post on magicbox
     
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    Meh well personally I'm not bothered about the screens, they're exactly the same as the Famicom Mini release, except the Famicom Mini releases have ever so slightly clearer text; it's upto you.

    I got the chart info from The Magic Box, a Japanese based, English language website. They're pretty good.

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    game of the year has fucking arrived
    seriously though, this game is cool
     
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    namcot? is that an older name for namco?
     

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