Morita Shōgi (NES)

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Morita Shōgi is a Famicom adaption of the Japanese board game "Shōgi", which plays similar to chess. It is the second Shōgi game released for the Nintendo Famicom in Japan. The game lets you choose from a couple of game modes. You can play a game against another human player or a CPU player which comes in three different difficulty levels. The game also gives you extensive editing options, giving you the opportunity to create a board setup of your liking, placing the Shōgi pieces wherever you want. The game also lets a player interrupt a current game and go back and forth through the moves.


Morita Shōgi NES During a game.
Morita Shōgi NES Start of a game and main menu.
Morita Shōgi NES Create your own board setup.
Morita Shōgi NES Title screen.

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Alternate Titles

  • "森田将棋" -- Japanese spelling
  • "森田和郎の将棋" -- Japanese in-game spelling
  • "Morita Kazuo no Shōgi" -- In-game title

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Teran (6873) added Morita Shōgi (NES) on Jan 17, 2015