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Cooly Skunk

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

A side scrolling platformer where the titular skunk has to rescue his friends from a mad wolf who is threatening to take control of the world. Like in other games of its kind the player has to make his way through the levels by running left and right, jumping and using a spray attack to take out the various enemies that stand in his way. To complete a level the player has to reach a flagpole and attack it. When hit by an enemy the skunk loses one of his green orbs (which acts as hitpoints) and when all out of these a life is lost. More orbs can be earned by taking out enemies. Collectable...

Cooly Skunk

Cooly Skunk

Nintendo Satellaview - Unreleased - 1996

Cooly Skunk was originally going to be released for Super Famicom on the mid-90s under the publishing of Bullet-Proof Software, until they backed out and Visit took over the project, but due the changing tides of the industry away from 16-bit consoles,this version was ultimately scrapped. This game would eventually get re-worked from the ground up for PlayStation hitting the Western market under the name of Punky Skunk. Just recently a BS-X cartridge was found in Japan, luckily still containing a demo of the game that was distributed via Satellaview. After the ROM as dumped, it was found...

The Shinri Game 2

The Shinri Game 2

Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 1997

The Shinri Game 2 is the second game in the psychological games series for the Playstation One console. In these games that player have to answer different kind of psychological questions and after the tests the game will game some results. The game uses a first person perspective 2D engine to make the different tests. The mini games part uses a 2D Graphics engine with cartoon graphics and third and first person perspectives. The mini games part can be played by 2 players at the same time in a vs mode.

The Shinri Game 2: Osaka-Hen

The Shinri Game 2: Osaka-Hen

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 14, 1994

The Shinri Game 2 is a quiz game that was released for the Super Famicom, Sony PlayStation and Game Boy. It is the sequel to The Shinri Game: Akuma no Kokoroji. The Shinri Game 2 dropped the heaven/hell aesthetic of its predecessor and went with basic animated shapes and colors akin to music visualizers of the era as well as a more serene soundtrack. The Shinri Game series offers various questions that test the player's judgment and personality rather than their general knowledge. The word "shinri" is Japanese for "psychology". It would go on to have many more sequels, most of which were...

Tarot Mystery

Tarot Mystery

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1995

A simulation of a Tarot reading. The title was not released in North America or Europe. Users ask questions and look at cards. The cards used in the game are from the Rider-Waite deck, complete with violent images and nudity. Each reading consists of a Celtic cross where 12 cards are picked by the person being read. These cards will tell about the player's past, present, and future completely in Japanese. The game automatically reads the person's fortune. Once the cards are dealt, each card deals with different issues that the player will have to put up with in his or her future life. They...

Zenkoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game

Zenkoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 5, 1995

A spin-off of Visit's Shinri Game quiz series that frames its probing questions with a geographical TV quiz show. Zengoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game ("National Longitudinal Slice Ultra Psychology Game", referring to how the in-game game show selects a region for a question by picking its longitude) is a quiz show for the Super Famicom that opts for questions of a more personality-test nature. With every Shinri Game, these questions are presented with a distinct framing device: in Zengoku Juudan's case, the game is presented as if it was a TV game show that pulls its questions from specific...

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