Game Identification

Started by Doc, July 30, 2006, 12:16:18 am

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JC


JC

Have my unidentified carts stumped everyone? (see above)

JC

December 06, 2006, 06:37:02 pm #32 Last Edit: December 12, 2006, 01:54:25 pm by JC
Any clue? (where the hell is manuel) I want to add this one to the FDS list!

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featherplucknfilms

Aki to Tsukasa no Fushigi no Kabe

featherplucknfilms

and the one below Super Star Soldier, number 11 I believe is Kaiketsu Yanchamaru, aka Kid Niki.

JC

Quote from: featherplucknfilms on December 08, 2006, 10:41:26 am
Aki to Tsukasa no Fushigi no Kabe


Thanks! What does that translate to in English?

featherplucknfilms

Aki and Tsukasa's Incredible Wall

or Wonder Wall, something like that.

kite200

what is the original JP title of this game?
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kite200

thanks much! is it any good?
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Slushie

I hope someone here can help me find out what this fun game is.

It's a game on my 190-in-1 Cart. The title of the game on cart is "MO AY LIN".
I searched that on Google, and couldn't find anything. But it's a multicart, so the title is probably tweaked or completely different.

It's a really fun puzzle/action game. You play as this little character and can push rocks around and such to solve each area. Sort of reminds me of Lolo sometimes, one of the reasons I love it.
I really want to find out what this game really is. Then maybe I'll be able to buy the actual Cart somewhere.

This is another part that really bugs me, I asked this question along time ago on a NES Forum, and got an answer, but lost what the title was. But hopefully someone here knows.

Here are some pictures of the game I took.
Click any of the images to view the bigger full-sized image.









And thanks for any help anyone can give.

kite200

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JC


kite200

January 05, 2007, 03:48:45 pm #44 Last Edit: January 05, 2007, 06:17:24 pm by kite200
by the way, just thought i would clear up the P, H, F confusion in Getsufuu maden.

See, thing is p h and f sounds are all very similar in japanese.


Getsupuu

Getsuhuu

or Getsufuu would techinically all be "Nearly correct"

as far as its concerned though, getsufuu maden is the correct title.

see, ぷ=pu 
ふ=fu OR hu 

only difference is a small dot or no difference at all for hu/fu
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