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* The game has fantastic graphics. The characters are drawn accurately to the anime, the backgrounds are beautiful, and the art style have a wonderful comic book style, just look at the characters feet when they run! I especially love the dancing background tiles behind many of the characters during the cut scenes.
 
* The game has fantastic graphics. The characters are drawn accurately to the anime, the backgrounds are beautiful, and the art style have a wonderful comic book style, just look at the characters feet when they run! I especially love the dancing background tiles behind many of the characters during the cut scenes.
 
* The enemies throughout the levels are very creative and strange.
 
* The enemies throughout the levels are very creative and strange.
* The music is very fitting for the game.
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* The music is very fitting for the game and includes an instrumental of the anime's title music.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:32, 1 December 2019

Famicom cover.

Kyatto Ninden Teyandee is a platformer video game developed and published by Tecmo for the Famicom on 1991-07-19. The game is based on the anime of the same name (which would be reworked in the USA as Samurai Pizza Cats). You control the Secret Ninja Team Nyankii, a trio of Animaloids (android animals) who are trying to protect the land of Edoropolis from Prime Minister Kitsunezuka Ko'on no Kami who is trying to usurp the current Shogun. The game is broken up into several stages, each with a boss at the end. You choose one of the Nyankii, each with a slightly different attack set, at the beginning of each stage to fight your way through it.

I found this game while searching for the best Famicom-only releases. I tried it out and enjoyed it right away, so I played a fan-made English translation and beat it on 2019-12-01.

Status

I don't own this game, but I have beaten it.

Review

Good

  • The game is a lot of fun; it feels like you're taking an interactive part in an anime. It's clear the game was made for children, but the cut scenes are still enjoyable and funny.
  • The controls are really good. The characters are responsive and easy to maneuver. I liked being able to switch between the various characters with their special abilities.
  • The game has fantastic graphics. The characters are drawn accurately to the anime, the backgrounds are beautiful, and the art style have a wonderful comic book style, just look at the characters feet when they run! I especially love the dancing background tiles behind many of the characters during the cut scenes.
  • The enemies throughout the levels are very creative and strange.
  • The music is very fitting for the game and includes an instrumental of the anime's title music.

Bad

  • The game is a bit too easy; on my very first attempt, I beat the entire game and only died once. The easiness is caused in part by the slowness of the enemies, the ability to kill projectiles with your attack, and the frequent health and power-up replenishment.
  • If you do die, you're forced to restart the entire level from the beginning. I would prefer check points.
  • No warning is made for where the bosses are. They're effectively invisible and, when you reach their location, the screen fades to black and you fight them. If you wanted to explore the stage more, you just have to know where they are.
  • The Nyankiis aren't evenly balanced. I found Yattarou to be the superior character over Pururun and Sukashii since his attack is both fast and decent ranged.
  • The enemies are reused a bit too much throughout the stages.
  • Considering how easy the game is, I would have liked a hard mode.

Ugly

  • Nothing.

Media

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Titles

Language Native Transliteration Translation
Japanese キャッ党忍伝てやんでえ Kyatto Ninden Teyandee Cat Ninja Legend Teyandee

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