Omoikkiri Tanteidan Haado Gumi - Matenrou no Chousenjou [Model BAN-HRD]

The Famicom Disk System Game by Bandai Co., Ltd.

Omoikkiri Tanteidan Haado Gumi - Matenrou no Chousenjou [Model BAN-HRD] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Famicom Disk System Game

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(Omoikkiri Tanteidan Haado Gumi - Matenrou no Chousenjou)

Omoikkiri Tanteidan Hadogumi is an action/adventure game by Bandai and based on a Japanese television series aired in 1987. It features a group of five detective kids on a mission to retrieve various objects stolen by a mysterious thief with a golden mask. But before anything, the player must pass the organization's test. After entering personal information such as name, birth-date and blood type, the player must go through two challenges. The first one is a memory test. Eight character faces (from a list of four) appear at random on the screen and the player needs to remember the order in which they came in. The second test is action based and the player must catch roses thrown by the thief, himself hanging from an air-balloon. Passed this, the real game starts. Our hero can move around town and visit buildings to gather information. He can also use various items such as a slingshot, a metal detector, a radio, binoculars etc... baddies also wander around the city and must be avoided. They can also be knocked down using any weapon our hero may carry (like the slingshot) or by punching them on the chin.




Released on March 25, 1988 in Japan for 3300 Yen.

Omoikkiri Tanteidan Hadogumi is based on a Japanese TV series aired in Japan in 1987, broadcasted by Fuji Telecasting Co and Toei Co. Ltd. The series featured five elementary school kids and a mysterious thief with a golden mask. The group counts the leader Hiroshi, the cute and Aikido expert Yasuko who also happen to be the only girl of the group, Susumu, Satoru and Takeo. The mysterious thief uses many ingenious tricks to escape his pursuers, such as a huge and colorful air-balloon.

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

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