Masuzoe Youichi - Asa Made Famicom [Model CDS-I4]

The Famicom Game by Coconuts Japan


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Famicom Game

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(Masuzoe Youichi - Asa Made Famicom)

Masuzoe Youichi - Asa Made Famicom is a digital comic by Coconut Japan and features the Japanese politician Youchi Masuzoe. In this intra-office text adventure game, the player is put in the shoes of a businessman who has to instruct his secretary, give phone calls, act favoratory to his peers, gain the favor of his boss and finally find out about the company's factions. The game is divided into four different chapters. Once a chapter is completed, Yoichi Masuzoe asks the players a series of twenty questions. These quiz-questions, however, do not affect the gameplay and only seem to influence the ending of the game. The game's controls are fairly straightforward - an action menu lets the player look around, pick and use items or talk to people from the active view. The bottom of the screen displays text or available choices. A simple password system allows the player to save his game at will.


Cartridge ID: CDS-I4


Masuzoe Youichi - Asa Made Famicom was released on April 17, 1992 in Japan for 7980 Yen.

The game was never released outside Japan.

Youichi Masuzoe is a Japanese politician and, back in the 1980s, he used to appear on numerous political TV shows such as the late night live show Asa Made Terebi Nama!. The name of the game obviously references this Japanese TV show. The picture on the left shows a more recent picture of Y?ichi Masuzoe.

Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel;

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