Osomatsu Kun Board Game
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Publisher: Nintendo Co., Ltd. (1966)
Production Team
Nintendo R&D1
Lead Designer
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Production Credits
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Platform
Misc.

Osomatsu Kun Board Game is a traditional turn-based board game based on a famous manga series created in 1962 by Fujio Akatsuka. The game consists of two boards. A small one inside the box, and a larger fold-out one. Players can choose between two game variants, each using one of the boards. For both variants, from 2 to 4 people can play. In the game variant that uses the large board, the objective for all players is to build a 'Iyami' from six parts. For each turn, the spinner inside the box is used to determine the number of steps to advance on the board, and the numbers printed on the board determine which body part of Iyami a player can pick. The first player to assemble a complete Iyami wins.

Related Series: UltraQ Board Game (1966)

Author: Kyoto Ninja (13 April 2012)
Source: Before Mario Blog. Nintendo of Japan Website.

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