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DescriptionThis game is based on the animé series about the mechanical blue cat Doraemon, who can turn dream into reality and create magical worlds where he helps people and fights the evil.
Some time ago, Giga Zombie revived dead kings in order to conquer the world. Doraemon and his friends fought the evil being, but were trapped in a magical portal, and ended up in different time periods. In this game, the nameless hero (you can choose to be either male or female) must help Doraemon to find his friends and to save the world once again.
The game is a traditional top-down RPG with turn-based party combat viewed from first person perspective. The unusual part is the time traveling. You and your party can travel to different time periods, change the present and discover many secrets.
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TranslationGiga Zombie no Gyakushuu can be translated as "Giga Zombie Strikes Back". A 1999 released fan translation used the name The Revenge of Giga Zombie.
YID YANG (164457) added Doraemon: Giga Zombie no Gyakushū (NES) on May 19, 2004
Hiroshi Ukisu (うきす ひろし)Production Director (せいさく・そうしき):
Sadao Miyahara (みやはら さだお)Director (かんとく):
Ikou Sansei [いこう さんせい]Chief Director (チーフ ディレクター):
Masayuki Horie (Text Font 'Horielle' [ほりえ まさゆき もじフォント「ホリエール」])Sub Director (サブ ディレクター):
Takashi Kutsukake (Tarcy Looper [ターシー・ルーパー]), Nova Hoihoi [ホバ・ホヒホヒ]Program (プログラム):
Himax [ハイマックス]Programmers (プログラマー):
Ennoshita no Taikomachi [えんのしたの たいこまち], Torajima Ikkakujū [とらじま いっかくじゅう], Akagi [アカギー], Kōichi Sawada (Sawadashi [サワダシ]), Seiji Shimamura (Seiji [せいじ]), Sato‑Bot [さとボット], Naoya Suzuki (Naoya [ナオヤ]), Toshihiro Nakanishi (Toshi [トシ])Graphic Design (グラフィック デザイン):
Takashi Kutsukake (Tarcy Looper [ターシー・ルーパー])Scenario (シナリオ):
Red Company [レッド カンパニー], Pop House [ポップハウス]Support (きょうりょく):
Shōgakukan [しょうがくかん]Produced by (せいさく):