Chi-Toitsu - Ichiman Satte Mata Ichiman

The Video Game PCB by Yuga

Chi-Toitsu - Ichiman Satte Mata Ichiman screenshot

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Video Game PCB

Chi-Toitsu - Ichiman Satte Mata Ichiman © 1988 Yuga.


Mahjong game played against various girls. This must be the extra-curricular activities of the Mahjong Academy students.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Main CPU : Zilog Z80 (@ 6 Mhz)
Sound Chips : OKI6295 (@ 7.5 Khz), YM2413 (@ 4 Mhz)

Player : 2
Control : mahjong keyboard

TRIVIA

Released in February 1988.

The title of this game translates roughly from Japanese as 'Seven Pairs - 10,000 Yen Goes, Another 10,000 Yen Comes'.

The subtitle is a play on a Japanese proverb 'Ichinan satte, mata ichinan', which means 'One misfortune goes, another one comes'. An 'Ichiman' is a 10,000 yen note, the highest note of Japanese currency.

In mahjong, a 'toitsu' is a pair of like tiles waiting for a third like tile to create a three-of-a-kind. However, 'chi-toitsu' also denotes a special winning mahjong hand made of seven pairs of tiles. Winning with a chi-toitsu guarantees a good score!

SOURCES
Game's ROM.

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