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おもちゃの界域 (Omocha no Sakai-iki)
トイポップ (Toipoppu)


GOOD LUCK!!

Stage 5[edit]

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As the world's naming implies, it is based on Toy Pop (1986); however, as opposed to gift-wrapped boxes, the mazes are made up from LEGO blocks, castles, and steam locomotives with coaches behind them. The Bonus Dolls for this world also resemble Pino and Acha from that game (Acha's image also appeared in an advertisement for "Yontorī" in one of the Japan League's stadiums in Kyūkai Dōchūki in 1990) - and the stage contains four Heitai (also from Toy Pop) and four Fygars (from Dig Dug, 1982) but only five of them are present at the start. The Fygars can also breathe flames which can pass through the walls, when their wings and feet start flashing white; if you can manage to kill all four of the initial enemies with a single return of your Tinker Ball, a fifth Bonus Flag shall fall down, from the top of the screen (but its number will be 5, if you collected the first four, so it will be worth 50000 points). However, even if you manage to kill all four of the additional enemies, with another single return of your Tinker Ball, a sixth Bonus Flag will not appear - and the Bonus Character of this stage also happens to be a 90-point Orange Berobero who has previously appeared in Warp & Warp (1981).

Stage 6[edit]

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This stage contains four Heitai, and four Pookas (also from Dig Dug), but only five of them are present at the start; if you can manage to kill all four of the initial enemies with a single return of your Tinker Ball, a sixth Bonus Flag will fall down from the top of the screen (but its number will be 6 if you collected the first five so it will be worth 60000 points). However, even if you manage to kill off all four of the additional enemies with a second single return of your Tinker Ball, a seventh Bonus Flag shall not appear - and the Bonus Character of this stage is a 100-point Red Galaxian, who has previously appeared in Galaxian (1979), and Galaga '88 (as "Eirian", 1987). Two more Galaxian characters will also later appear as the Bonus Characters for Stages 17 and 25.

Stage 7[edit]

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This stage contains six Heitai, three Pookas and one Fygar (but only six of them are present at the start); this is also the earliest point that a Kanabukuro (the point value for which starts at 1000 and increases with each one collected as long as neither of you die), or one of the game's five one-off powerups (Tornado, Holy Halation, Penguin Blizzard - based upon Emeraldia, 1993, Pac-Power - based on Pac-Man, 1980 and Dig Dug Rock - based on Dig Dug) can appear. But remember, that if you are using a version of MAME that is lower than 0.88u6 to play this game, you shall not be able to control Pitt when he transforms into Pac-Man after collecting the fourth of these powerups - and if you can manage to kill all six of those initial enemies with a single return of your Tinker Ball, a seventh Bonus Flag will fall down, from the top of the screen (but its number will be 7, if you collected the first six, so it will be worth 70000 points). However, even if you manage to kill off all four of those additional enemies, with another single return of your Tinker Ball, an eighth Bonus Flag shall not appear; the Bonus Character for this stage is also a 100-point Type 3 Zako, who has previously appeared in Gaplus (aka Galaga 3, 1984).

Stage 8[edit]

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This stage contains five Heitai, two Moonils, and three Pookas (but only five of them are present for the start); the Moonils may also throw bottles at you, which can fly over the walls. If you can manage to kill all five of those initial enemies with a single return of your Tinker Ball, an eighth Bonus Flag will fall down, from the top of the screen (but its number will be 8, if you collected the first seven, so it will be worth 80000 points) - however, even if you manage to kill off all five of those additional enemies, with another single return of your Tinker Ball, a ninth Bonus Flag shall not appear. The Bonus Character for this stage is also a 140-point "E-Type" Missile (orange with a turquoise lining), which has previously appeared in Bosconian (1981) and Blast Off (1989).

Stage 9[edit]

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This stage contains three Heitai, three Pookas and three Moonils (but only six of them are present at the start); if you manage to kill all six of those initial enemies with a single return of your Tinker Ball, a ninth Bonus Flag will fall down, from the top of the screen (but its number will be 9, if you collected the first eight, so it shall be worth 90000 points). However, even if you manage to kill off all three of the additional enemies with another single return of your Tinker Ball, a tenth Bonus Flag will not appear - and the Bonus Character of this stage is a 160-point Momiji, that previously appeared in Galaga (1981).

Stage 10[edit]

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This stage contains four Fygars, four Moonils and one Stinger (but only five of them are present at the start); the Stingers can also fire off arrows in four directions, which can fly over the walls (but, unlike the Moonils' bottles, are not lethal). If you manage to kill all five of those initial enemies, with a single return of your Tinker Ball, a tenth Bonus Flag will fall down, from the top of the screen (but its number will be 10, if you collected the first nine, so it shall be worth 100000 points) - however, even if you manage to kill off all four of those additional enemies, with a second single return of your Tinker Ball, an eleventh Bonus Flag shall not appear (and even if one did, its number would be back to 1 again); the Bonus Character for this stage is also a 200-point Mushlin, who has previously appeared in Libble Rabble (1983), and a parade float of one also appeared in that first bonus stage of Marvel Land (1989). Once you clear this stage, you will proceed to the game's third world - Umi no Sakai-iki Emeraldia (海の界域エメラルディア), which again has 6 stages.