Nazoler Land Soukan Gou was the first of three "Magazine Disks" published by Sunsoft for the Famicom Disk System near the beginning of 1987. The full title of the disk is Nazo no Magazine Disk Nazoler Land Soukan Gou which translates as "Puzzle Magazine Disk Nazoler Land 1st Issue." Rather than featuring one game, it contains a collection of 8 games which would be considered "mini-games." The player selects which game to play from the menu screen.
You must navigate through a series of mazes that occupy several floors. Many of the passageways are blocked with rotating gates that can only turn 90 degrees.
This is essentially the same game as Mastermind. There are four positions and 12 different zodiacs symbols to choose from. An open star means one of the symbols is correct but in the wrong position, while a filled-in star means one of the symbols is correct and in the correct position. When you guess all four symbols in the correct positions, you are told your fortune.
You must reassemble a picture composed of 11 × 14 square tiles. Tiles can only be swapped in place.
Save Princess MOMOKO!
Considered the major feature of the disk, this is an adventure game presented in a first person perspective. You must visit different locations of a dungeon, collecting different items as you go. However, as soon as you make just one mistake, such as encountering an enemy without the right weapon, the game is over.
Japan's best surroundings Ultra Quiz Travel
The goal of this game is to earn money by correctly answering different questions, and using that money to purchase fare for a trip to different locations in Japan, until ultimately all of the locations have been visited.
Famicom aptitude test
In this extraordinarily simple two player game, players race to tap the buttons as quickly as they can in 10 seconds. The winner defeats the loser in a mock cowboy shoot-out.
In this game, you must position various tiles in their correct position by "shooting" different rows and columns of tiles. When a tile is in the correct position it changes from black and white, to color.
This is a simple maze game presented in a first-person perspective.