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DescriptionThe Noid, the mascot from Domino's Pizza commercials during the 1980s, is in trouble. There is another Noid named Mr. Green, running through New York City playing practical jokes and causing trouble, but everyone is blaming the Noid for these shenanigans. Now the Noid must clear his name and save the city by catching this impostor.
It is another 2D jump and run platform for NES, but with a strange idea and cartoonish and cheerful graphics. The weird character has to beat pizza delivery boys using a yo-yo.
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- "仮面の忍者 花丸" -- Japanese spelling
- "Kamen no Ninja: Hanamaru" -- Japanese title
Part of the Following Groups
- Advertising / Product tie-ins / Advergames
- Regional differences: Reskinned games
- Theme: Ninjas
- The Noid licensees
|Avoid The Noid!||NES||ETJB (480)|
|Ação Games||NES||Jun, 1991||75|
|Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library||NES||2016||60|
|Video Game Den||NES||Sep 25, 2012||60|
|Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)||NES||Nov, 1990||22 out of 40||55|
|Just Games Retro||NES||Jun 27, 2004||52 out of 100||52|
|Retro Game Reviews||NES||Jul 17, 2018||50|
|The Game Hoard||NES||Sep 04, 2021||3 out of 7||43|
|All Game Guide||NES||1998||30|
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Japanese versionThis game was first released as 仮面の忍者 花丸 (Kamen no Ninja Hanamaru) which roughly translates into "The Masked Ninja Hanamaru". In this version of the game, you play as Hanamaru, a young masked ninja, who is sent to a children's theme park called Leisure Land, to investigate why all the children have disappeared. When he discovers that other ninjas have kidnapped the kids, Hanamaru sets out to rescue them.
TitleThe primary title for this game is Yo! Noid because Capcom teamed up with the Domino's Pizza company to promote their mascot. When this game was originally released in Japan, the Noid was nowhere to be seen.
Related Web Sites
- NES Player - Yo! Noid (Shrine with walkthrough and information.)
NES Credits (1 people)
NOW PRODUCTION 1988:
Naoki Higashio (MAAJYAN HIGASHIO)