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Wall Street Kid (NES)

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Description

Your distant uncle has passed away, leaving you, his heir, with a fortune of billions of dollars. The catch? The Benedict family has extremely high standards, and you have to prove that you can make that fortune even larger on the stock market before it will be given to you. In addition, you must exercise regularly to stay healthy, and keep your girlfriend happy by pampering her frequently with gifts.

The game features a stock trading engine that is fairly simple to jump into. Buy stocks as you see fit, and finish the day. The next morning, you will find out whether your assets grew or not. If they didn't, you most likely need to invest in something else.

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Wall Street Kid NES If you fail to buy a house by May 1, the game ends early
Wall Street Kid NES I wasn't able to raise a million dollars by the due date
Wall Street Kid NES Main game window - from here you can read the newspaper, take Prisila out, exercise, and more
Wall Street Kid NES Going out to the gym

Alternate Titles

  • "Wall $treet Kid" -- Alternate spelling

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An Odd kind of game... Oblio (109) 1.83 Stars1.83 Stars1.83 Stars1.83 Stars1.83 Stars

The Press Says

All Game Guide 1998 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Game Informer Magazine Dec, 2007 7 out of 10 70
GameCola.net Dec, 2003 4.3 out of 10 43

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Eurythmic (2610) added Wall Street Kid (NES) on Aug 21, 2004