Doraemon is a 1986 computer game software application developed and released by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo Household Computer specifically in Japan. It is based on Fujiko F. Fujio's (the pen name of Hiroshi Fujimoto) Japanese manga series of the same name, which later on became an anime series and Asian franchise. It was the tenth best selling Famicom video game launched in 1986, selling roughly 1,150,000 copies in its life time. It is the third game produced for the Doraemon license after the versions produced for the Arcadia 2001 and the Epoch Cassette Vision. Despite the fact that the game is totally playable by a player with no understanding of Japanese, ROM translator Neokid launched an English translation patch for the game.
Gameplay Doraemon video games:
In this doraemon game, Doraemon should take a trip through three different chapters in order to save his 5 human buddies who have been kidnapped. Each world is really a various game with its own style of genre and video game play system, and was designed by a different lead designer. The first chapter is an action game that takes place in a leader that scrolls constantly in 4 instructions. The 2nd chapter is a shooter game that scrolls through the evil den instantly in both horizontal and vertical instructions. The third chapter is an aquatic adventure video game where each screen scrolls over to the next. Each world must be finished by defeating a manager at the end. Then the gamer will advance to the next chapter, until all three bosses have been vanquished. Power-ups can be obtained in each chapter to increase Doraemon's strength and health meter. One power-up from the next chapter can be found in the first two chapters to give you an advantage when you finally arrive there.