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Yukkuri no Meikyū (Xbox 360)

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Yukkuri no Meikyū ("The Leisurely Labyrinth") is a first-person dungeon-crawling action game. The player wanders around small randomly-generated mazes beating up enemies, collecting treasure, and looking for the path to the next floor, ultimately to rescue a girl hidden at the end.

The player has four stats: speed, power, vision, and health. Color-coded enemies drop items which increase these stats, and there are also treasure chests which might contain life-giving food, or a friend from the player's Live friends list (which will give a time bonus based on their gamerscore). If the player runs out of either life or time, the game is over.

After clearing a floor, the player is graded on how much of the floor was explored and how many enemies were defeated, as well as how many floors total have been cleared. Better rankings garner more experience, which moves the player closer to saving the girl. Reaching 100% experience rewards the player with several still images of the girl they rescued. There are three different difficulty levels, each with a different girl to save.


Yukkuri no Meikyū Xbox 360 Reward for a job well done.
Yukkuri no Meikyū Xbox 360 You're graded after each floor. The goal is to destroy the "Yukkuri Wall" and save the girl behind it.
Yukkuri no Meikyū Xbox 360 Treasure chests contain items to refill the time or health...
Yukkuri no Meikyū Xbox 360 This is the game. Beat the Yukkuris into submission...

Alternate Titles

  • "ゆっくりの迷宮" -- Japanese spelling

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雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (58455) added Yukkuri no Meikyū (Xbox 360) on Jun 04, 2010