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Minna no Taabou no Nakayoshi Daisakusen

Nintendo Entertainment System

Game Description:

It’s Sanrio! And you get two games in one cartridge! Such a deal. Er, you’re Tabo, and you run around avoiding ghosts and stuff. Tabo’s cool because his mouth is perpetually open. Hell yeah! And on occasion he even opens his eyes! How awesome is that? In the Card game, he just runs around flipping cards that match, like Memory or Concentration or something. The Cube game is just weird, because you’re sort of shifting rows of blocks to line up blocks of the same type. Trust me, it makes a lot more sense when you play it. So play it!

Translation Description:

This latest release (1.01) fixes the ending credits and some glitches, and includes some save states for various NES emulators. Save states, you ask? Well, the intro for this game (even the untranslated original) has trouble in a lot of emulators. InVerse included save states for the most popular emulators of the time, so you can use those to bypass the intro. Unfortunately nobody uses those emulators anymore, but current emulators shouldn’t have a problem running the game.

ADDENDUM: A patch (link) was released by Hap that fixes the game in some emulators, and also fixes an untranslated text string in the attract mode.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Minna no Taabou no Nakayoshi Daisakusen (Japan).nes - NOINTRO
  • CRC32: 8C4F37E2
  • MD5: E91A33B0258B294AB2998A612636BB6E
  • SHA-1: AA5E1206B800F3D763ABB579A5CE260B21F3C507
  • SHA-256: F768F81C4FD9DE69585EA496D3DE0E2EAD260E3BB4991B3EB72813F47DC78226

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
InVerseHacking
MusashiTranslation

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