Time Twist - Rekishi no Katasumi de [Model FMC-TT1/TT2]

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


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Famicom Disk System Game

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(Time Twist - Rekishi no Katasumi de)

A Japanese text-based adventure game


Disk 1 ID: FMC-TT1
Disk 2 ID: FMC-TT2


Released on July 26, 1991 in Japan only, Time Twist was sold across two separate discs released on the same day, and completion of the first disc is required to activate the second.

Time Twist was the last packaged release on the Disk System, released eight months after the release of the Super Famicom in Japan. Nintendo did not promote the game on television, as they had with their previous adventure games. The game was never given a North American release, due to its mature and religious themes conflicting with Nintendo of America's strict censorship policies at the time.

The subtitle of this game translates from Japanese as 'On the Outskirts of History...'

All text in Time Twist is presented in hiragana, including names of non-Japanese objects, people, and countries, which would normally be written in katakana. The only sections of the game that contain katakana and kanji are the title screen and staff roll.


Developed by: Nintendo EAD, Pax Softnica

Executive Producer: Hiroshi Yamauchi
Producer: Tatsuya Hishida
Director: Keiji Terui
Chief Programmer: Tomoshige Hashishita
Main Program: Taisuke Araki, Motoo Yasuma
Graphic Design: Eiko Takahashi, Kasutomo Iwa, Takahiro Umehara
Sound Composition: Hajime Hirasawa
Product Debug & Testing Unit: Super Mario Club
Special Thanks: Shigeru Miyamoto, Hideki Konno

Game's ROM.

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