TOILET KIDS
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(c)1992 Media Rings Corporation
Release : 1992-3-6 (6900)
HuCard (4 Mbits) MR92005
Shooter / Vertical
Toilet Kids is certainly the wackiest game ever released for the PC Engine system. It is a vertical shooter very similar to Xevious or Dragon Spirits. But all similarities stop right here. Toilet Kids is a really strange game where a kid attempts to escape a world full of flying turds, bottoms, willies and other porcelain thrones, as some call them. Our hero, or heroes I should say, are two kids warped into a strange and mystical world hidden inside... their toilets. They can now fly a 'toilet' shaped ship, fire bullets in the air or drop bombs on the ground. The game counts four stages and the usual half-way and end of stage bosses. Extra weapons are also hidden inside giant poo-poos and other weird ground elements ( shields, rapid fire, super-bombs etc...). A special and powerful blow can also be charged up when holding the fire button. A second player can even join the action and take the role of a girl, probably our hero's sister. Yeah, honestly, you always need a friend to share those wacky moments.
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Game Staff (Copied from the end credits) :

Producer
Yoshihiko Matsuki

Sub Producer
Hisashi Sugawara
Director
Yasunori Iseki

Planning
Hiro Satoh

Graphic
Hagichan
Music
T'S Music

Program
Pomoo Petaro

Soud Driver
Yoda-P Kikaku
Special Thanks
Yasuhiko Kobayashi
Mika Nakiri
Yukari Kojima
Katsuyuki Aso
Satoru Miya
(Japanese Text)

PRESENTED BY
MEDIA RINGS
CORPORATION


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Turn your engine off, then press and hold (Select) while turning the engine back on. An Arcade Screen should appear at the title screen.

to get continues, at the title screen press (Select) 4 times, then press (Run).




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Only japanese game makers can produce this sort of wacky games and we shouldn't blame them for that. I personnaly think Toilet Kids is quite fun to play and has some funny moments (even if players are faced with the same poo-poo jokes over and over). Graphics, despite being simple, are correct and colorful. Musics and sound effects, however, are a let down. All in all, Toilet Kids is an unusual curiosity but the action is awfully repetitive and there aren't that many unique elements in the game passed the first "Oh my god, I'm firing at flying willies !". My advice would be to only buy it if you find it cheap, there are tons of vertical shooters out there that are way better than Toilet Kids. But it is one of a kind, I have to admit...




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