ドラえもん 迷宮大作戦めいきゅう © 1989 Hudson Soft.
(Doraemon - Meikyuu Daisakusen)
Doraemon Meikyuu Daisakusen is an action/puzzle game by Hudson Soft and based on the highly popular anime and manga character Doraemon. The young Nobi and his friends are your usual Japanese school boys. But, thanks to the genius and enigmatic Doraemon, they are also time travelers and spend most of their time exploring time periods, from the dangerous and wild Jurassic period to robotic-cities of the future. But things do not always go according to plans and one day, during a short time-escapade, a mysterious evil entity appears and kidnaps the children. Doraemon's mission is now to travel through time and to rescue them. The goal of the game is to collect all the yummy hamburgers scattered around each level/maze and to find the key that leads to the next stage. A whole legion of enemies, of course, try to stop Doraemon and he has only one weapon against this onslaught - digging holes in the ground. When an enemy falls into one, Doraemon must fill it up as quickly as possible in order to dispose of the bothersome foe. Once defeated, enemies will drop all kind of special icons - these power-ups only work for a short amount of time though, and they range from an invisibility helmet, speed-up rollerskates or weapons such as the Freezing-gun or the incredible Yo-Yo. Doraemon Meiky? Daisakusen apparently consists of sixty mazes and each fifteen level reveals one of the kidnaped children.
Game ID: HC89023
Released on October 31, 1989 in Japan for 4900 Yen.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com