Araiguma Rascal [Model SHVC-R9]
The Nintendo Super Famicom Game by Masaya
Emulated in MAME !
[CONSOLE] Nintendo Super Famicom Game
あらいぐまラスカル © 1994 Masaya
Araiguma Rascal is a cute puzzle game published by Masaya. The player takes control of Rascal, a brown and cute raccoon, and must rearrange jars filled with all kind of items (apples, candies, melons, jam) that two squirrels constantly push away from their tree house. The raccoon can carry jars around, throw them in the air, jump, drop them right beneath him and even push them. If he matches three or more jars of the same kind, then they disappear and increase a green bar located at the bottom of the screen - once the bar is full, Rascal completes the stage and jumps to the next one (although players are free to pick a stage at the beginning of the game). In addition to the one-player mode, Araiguma Rascal offers three two-player options that feature the young boy Sterling North. In the first one, two players must race as fast as possible along a course while avoiding or moving obstacles and jars strategically placed in the way. Then the two other modes are more traditional and feature a cooperative and versus gameplay based around the one-player puzzle formula.
Araiguma Rascal was released on June 25, 1994 in Japan for 8900 Yen. The game was never exported outside Japan.
Araiguma Rascal was a Japanese anime series originally aired in 1977, and based on the book 'Rascal A memoir of a better era' written by Sterling North in 1963.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com
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