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Mappy (FC)

Mappy (Famicom version)

00:00 Loop 1 (Round 1-16)
14:43 Loop 2 (Round 17-32)
26:12 Loop 3 (Round 33-48)
36:49 Loop 4 (Round 49-64)

1983 [60fps] Mappy 1075810pts Nomiss Round50

マッピー / Mappy (Japan) Namco 1983 1,075,810pts Player Iihamappy 収録Ver MAME32Plus!0.74 ノーミス50面まで

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CPU構成[M6809 (2)] 音源チップ[Namco]


Mappy (c) 1983 Namco.

You are Mappy, the brave mouse policeman. Mappy's mission is to retrieve all of the stolen treasure from the Mewkies cat gang. They've stashed all of the loot in their leader's mansion which contains several floors, and numerous trampolines that the Mewkies like to use to travel between stories. Mappy must keep away from the cats and collect all items in the house before moving on to the next house. If Mappy is caught by a cat, he loses a life. Mappy also loses a life if he crashes to the floor by breaking through a trampoline or falling into a pitfall. When all of Mappy's lives are lost, the game is over.


Game ID : MP

Main CPU : M6809 (@ 1.536 Mhz)
Sound CPU : M6809 (@ 1.536 Mhz)
Sound Chips : Namco 8-channel WSG

Players : 2
Control : 2-way joystick
Buttons : 1 (used to open and close doors)


Released in March 1983 in Japan.


Bouncing on a trampoline : 10 points

Grabbing a radio : 100 points
Grabbing a TV : 200 points
Grabbing a computer : 300 points
Grabbing a Mona Lisa painting : 400 points
Grabbing a safe : 500 points

In addition, a special multiplier is applied if the second instance of an item is grabbed immediately after the first :

1st Pair : 2x
2nd Pair : 3x
3rd Pair : 4x
4th Pair : 5x
5th Pair : 6x

(Losing a life resets the multiplier)

Picking up loot while Nyamco is hiding behind it : 1000 extra points

Catching cats in a microwave :
1 cat : 200 points
2 cats : 400 points
3 cats : 800 points
4 cats : 1200 points
5 cats : 1600 points
6 cats : 2000 points
7 cats : 3000 points
8 cats : 4000 points
9 cats : 5000 points
10 cats : 6000 points
NOTE: When Nyamco is caught in the wave, he not only counts towards the number of cats captured, he also doubles the score.

Hitting a cat with a bell : 300 points
Hitting Nyamco with a bell : 1000 points


Popping a red balloon : 200 points
Popping the large blue balloon : 2000 points
Perfect (bonus for popping all balloons) : 5000 points


1. Mappy (1983)
2. Hopping Mappy (1986)
3. Mappy Land (1986, Nintendo Famicom)


Music by : Nobuyuki Ohnogi


Game's rom.
Machine's picture.

Mappy - Nes - Full Playthrough - No Hits Run

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Mappy ( Mappī? ) is a 1983 arcade game by Namco. In the United States, it was distributed by Bally/Midway. Mappy is a side-scrolling platform game that features cartoon-like animals, primarily cats and mice. The game's main character itself is a mouse. Mappy runs on Namco Super Pac-Man hardware, modified to support horizontal scrolling. The name "Mappy" is likely derived from mappo, a Japanese slang term (slightly insulting) for a policeman.he player guides Mappy the police mouse through the mansion of the cats called the Mewkies (Meowky in the U.S. version) to retrieve stolen goods. The player uses a left-right joystick to move Mappy and a single button to operate doors. The mansion has six floors of hallways in which the stolen items are stashed.The items come in pairs.


The items one after another, the point values of the second matching item gets a multiplier. The second item of a pair will blink if retrieving it will yield a multiplier. The more the player retrieves matching items without dying, the bigger the multiplier gets. Therefore, ideally a player will start with the lowest value item (tape player for 100 + 100 × 2) and proceed to the highest value item (safe for 500 + 500 × 6) in order to get the highest value items with the biggest multiplier, for a total of 8500 points.Mappy and the cats move between floors by bouncing on trampolines at various places in the house. Both Mappy and the cats can land on a floor on the way up, but not on the way down. When they pass in the air, Mappy is unharmed by the cats, but if Mappy runs into a cat from mad gang anywhere else, he will lose a life.


Mappy bounces on them four times in a row. The trampolines change color depending on how many times Mappy has used them without a rest: green (zero bounces), blue (one bounce), yellow (two bounces), red (three bounces). A red trampoline will break if Mappy attempts it again. If a trampoline breaks and there is another trampoline below, Mappy will live. If there is either a bottomless pit or a floor under the broken trampoline, Mappy will lose a life. To reset a trampoline, Mappy must touch a floor. Bouncing on a trampoline is worth 10 points.In addition to the Mewkies, the boss cat Nyamco also roams around. The name "Nyamco", besides being a play on "Namco", comes from nyanko, the Japanese equivalent of "kitty cat". Nyamco was renamed "Goro" in the U.S. release. He is much faster.





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