Mezase Pachi Pro: Pachiokun
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|Mezase Pachi Pro: Pachiokun|
|Japanese title||目指せパチプロ パチ夫くん|
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Mezase Pachi Pro: Pachiokun (目指せパチプロ パチ夫くん? lit. Aiming for Pachinko Pro: Pachio-kun) is a pachinko simulation game developed for the Famicom by C-Dream, and published in late 1987 by Coconuts Japan. Wrapped in a small adventure mode, you control Pachiokun, a living over-sized pachinko ball, who explores a Pachinko parlor, attempting to bust each of the 72 machines by collecting all of the balls they have. Each of the 72 machine is one of three pachinko designs, but they may have their own eccentricities, such as their pay-out rate, or the angle at which some of the pins are bent. The game allows you to inspect each machine's pin arrangement up close. This game is the first game in a very long series of games built around the Pachiokun character. It was never released outside of Japan, nor was it ever translated from Japanese.