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    Squirrel kindly sent me a 100,000 hit graphic. 

    Thanks to everyone who has visited this site over the years!

     

    And just to let everyone one know, if you're looking to purchase a physical game as opposed to playing one using an emulator, try the online stores I list at the bottom of the page. If they don't carry them, then try asking on the newsgroups or eBay.

    For your information:

    What bootleg Sailor Moon SuperS PSX CD's can look like:

    And as a word of caution, even if the person selling it says the data side of the CD they are selling is black, it could still be a bootleg as there are companies who sell blank CDR's with a coloured side to them.

    What the REAL Sailor Moon SuperS PSX CD looks like:


    Download the PlayStation fighting game intro movie by clicking on the graphic below (11.1MB MPEG):

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    Pretty Solider Sailor Moon (arcade)

    This is a Final Fight clone. It was released in Europe in English. You can play as one of the 5 inner senshi.

    Sailor Moon Quiz (arcade)


    (image courtesy of Liam Mountain)

    Sailor Moon for the Nintendo Game Boy

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    This is sort of an action RPG / side scroller type of game.

    Sailor Moon for the Nintendo Super Famicom 
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    This is the Final Fight-esque game from the SM's first season.

    TIP!! With SNES9X (version 0.24final or later)change address $7e0758 to any value (255 for example) you want to for infinite lives. This should allow you to beat the game (hopefully ^_^).

    Changing address $7e0740 allows for invincibility. $7E07D8 contains 2nd player's life. Thanks to Paul VM for this tip.

     

    Sailor Moon for the Sega Mega Drive

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    This is the title screen from the Genesis Sailor Moon (first season) game. It is a port of the SNES Final Fight-esque game (or vice versa). This version, however, IMO isn't as good, and it's a bit tougher. It can now be played using Genecyst v0.3x.

    Sailor Moon Collection for the NEC PC-Engine

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    This game is like a digital comic. And you can even listen to the audio portion of the 'game' in a regular CD player.

    Thanks again to Pcenginefx.com for these three scans of the box for the game.

     

    Sailor Moon R for the Nintendo Game Boy

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    This is sort of an action RPG / side scroller type of game.

    Here's an index graphic of the puzzles as they should look for the 'guess the face' game. Courtesy of TuxDave.

    Click here to download a neat little DOS program that generates passwords for this game. Courtesy of Paul VM.

    Level # Password Character
    1 NONE Sailor Moon (Usagi)
    2 2 6 5 6 0 4 1 6 Chibi-Usagi
    Sailor Mercury (Ami)
    3 4 5 6 6 1 7 4 8 Sailor Mars (Rei)
    4 6 1 9 7 2 8 3 - Sailor Jupiter (Mako)
    5 8 1 1 7 3 9 5 5 Sailor Venus (Minako)

     

    Sailor Moon R for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    This is the SMR fighting (Final Fight-esque) game.

    Thanks to Paul VM for these tips. Now all nicely laid out on its own page.

     

    Sailor Moon R Collection for the NEC PC-Engine
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    Sailor Moon S for the Sega Game Gear
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    This is a traditional side scroller.

    The above pic is a scan from Electronic Gaming Monthly (C) from quite a while ago that gave a preview of the game in their "International Outlook" section.

    Sailor Moon S Game Gear game passwords:

    Playing as Usagi

    Playing as Chibi-Usa

    Start @ stage 1-2 2232 4506
    Start @ stage 1-3 2643 8080
    Start @ stage 1 boss 2355 0080
    Start @ stage 2-1 3633 6502
    Start @ stage 2-2 3942 6800
    Start @ stage 2-3 5963 8086
    Start @ stage 2 boss 3564 0286
    Start @ stage 3-1 4141 0486
    Start @ stage 3-2 1849 5426
    Start @ stage 3-3 4163 5428
    Start @ stage 3 boss 4170 5434
    Start @ stage 4-1 5151 8087
    Start @ stage 4-2 5162 0601
    Start @ stage 4-3 5173 0603
    Start @ stage 4-4 5182 0800
    Start @ stage 5-1 6060 9100
    Start @ stage 5-2 9172 0864
    Start @ stage 5-3 8387 2400
    Start @ stage 5 boss 6298 9600
    Ending Sequence 7777 8888
    Sound test 9999
    Reset 9876

    Sailor Moon S for the Sega Mega Drive

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    This is a possible Final Fight clone or a Street Fighter clone. I'm not sure which. Any additional info on the game would be helpful.

     

    Sailor Moon S (puzzle) for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    This is the SMS puzzle game. It's sort of like a Tetris/Columns mix; actually it looks more like a "Break Thru!" clone (Break Thru! was created by Alexey Pajitnov. the creator of Tetris). You get to even play as T. Kamen.

     

    Sailor Moon S (puzzle - different from above) for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    It's a different puzzle game from the one above. It's quite fast paced actually and a lot of fun. It's similar to Yoshi's Cookie, but you also are playing against an opponent, and the goal is to collect the 3 Talismans before the other player.

     

    Sailor Moon S (fighting) for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    This is the title screen from the SMS SF2-esque game.

    Unlimited ACS Points in ACS mode : $7E1B16, (Default is 15)

    Sailor Moon RPG: Another Story for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    An OK RPG but very hard if you don't know Japanese. There is in the works a English translation patch for this game that is being worked on. Check out the link section at the bottom of this page.

    Here are a bunch of codes for the game (using SNES9X v.24 or later). They were provided by Zaenab zaenab@excite.com. Click here for them.


    Sailor Moon S for the 3DO
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    It's a 2D fighting game in the same vein as the SFC fighting games.

    Super Sailor Moon code: Go to the character selection screen in Versus Mode. Move the cursor over Sailor Moon Press LS + RS + X. Courtesy of Paul VM.

    Sailor Moon S for the Playdia
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    An interactive animation/quiz. It is basically a question/answer game with Sailor Moon cinemas
    in between most of the levels.

    Thanks to Pcenginefx.com for these three scans of the box for the game.

     

    Sailor Moon SuperS (fighting) for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    This is the SNES/SFC SuperS fighting game.

    Unlimited ACS Points in ACS mode : $7E1B16, (Default is 15)

    Sailor Moon SuperS for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    This is the title screen from the SM SuperS puzzle game.

    These tips courtesy of Zaenab zaenab@excite.com:

    Use SNES9X's cheat option (version .24final or later) to made these tips work:

    Address to be changed Value to change it to Effect
    $7E15E7 122 P1 will stop all their moves
    $7E08EE 32 P1 have to hit the Ballons Triple (3 X)! Execept the big one!
    $7E1627 to a max. of 255 P1's score
    $7E1629 to a max. of 255 P2's score
    $7E15E0 to a max. of 14 Start Transformation at Power Ballons bar
    $7E08F0 1 < x < 9 = Medium
    10 < x < 20 = Slow
    20 < x < 255 = Very Slow
    Speed's hit for the P2, only work at it's third hits!!
    $7E1619 to a max. of 15 Ballon's Power bar for the P1
    $7E161B to a max. of 15 Ballon's Power bar for the P2
    $7E1608 ??? Elapsed Hit Score in Practice mode

     

    Sailor Moon SuperS for the Sony PlayStation
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    Here are a couple overviews of this game; one by Cernovog and a reply by Steve Allen Richards.

    Sailor Moon SuperS - Various Emotion for the Sega Saturn


    Pictures generously contributed by DeepAquaMirror.

     

    This game is somewhat similar to the PSX one; it's a SF2 clone.

    View FMV sequences: Press L, X, Y, Z, R at the options screen. A menu that allows the game's FMV sequences to be displayed will appear. Courtesy of Paul VM.

    Sailor Moon Sailor Stars for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    This is a puzzle game; the sequel to the SuperS puzzle game. It's plays exactly the same (only the difficulty has been upped a bit), but features the inners and the Starlights.

    Click here to see a package shot of the Sufami Turbo Sailor Stars game. Thanks to Jacob Poon for the link.

    Player 1 codes:
    Player 1's elapsed ballon: (Adress[$]:)$7e1b5f, (value:)x(maximum of: 99)
    Player 1's power bar: (Adress[$]:)$7e17d5, (value:)x(maximum of:15)

    Player 2 code:
    Player 2's elapsed ballon: (Adress[$]:)$7e1b60, (value:)x(maximum of: 99)

    Note: enter the "x" sign a valid value, anything you want.

    These tips courtesy of Zaenab zaenab@excite.com:

    Sailor Moon Sailor Star Puzzle Game
    -How to play as Sailor ChibiMoon?-

    Sailor Chibimoon can be played in this Sailor Moon puzzle game, to play as
    chibimoon enter
    X, A, B, Y, L, and then R at the tittle screen.

    Or you can add below code to play as chibimoon, so you don't have to enter
    the cheat above:
    If you have Snes9x just add the adress [$7e1796], and the value [01] in
    [apply patch] section.
    Sailor Moon Sega Pico Games
    
    Sega Pico Sailor Moon S
    Sega Pico Sailor Moon SuperS
    Sega Pico Sailor Stars
    The above pictures of Sailor Moon Sega Pico games. 
    The Sega Pico is a children's edutainment device. I'm afraid I have no other details on these games.
    
     
    Sailor Moon - Happy Chibiusa World for the Sony PlayStation

    Click here for description in Japanese from the Famitsu site. I believe it is still in development as of Oct 3, 2001. It seems to be an educational game for teaching hiragana.

    Thanks to Jacob Poon for this link.

    Panic in Nakayoshi World for the Nintendo Super Famicom
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    This game isn't technically a Sailor Moon game, although it does have Usagi and Chibi-Usa in it. It's based on the Nakayoshi Manga which featured Sailor Moon for five years.

    Level # Password
    2.1 7731
    3.1 6208
    4.1 9420
    5.1

    0725

    Thanks to Paul VM for these tips.

     

    The 3D Adventures of Sailor Moon
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    This is a screenshot from the NA Sailor Moon computer game. Please note the company that made it is no more, so I doubt if you can even find this game used - not that you'd want to anyway. ^_^

    Color Forms
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    There is also a Sailor Moon Colorforms 'game', however it is not being made anymore.

    My page should now list every known SM game to exist, with the
    info from Ken Arromdee below.

    This info comes from Ken Arromdee's anime video games list:

    Arcade, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S", N/A
    (Street Fighter II clone)

    Mega Drive, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S" (?), N/A
    Angel, Y9800
    (Street Fighter II clone)

    Jaleco's Dream Audition 2 uses a Sailor Moon song in the game. 
    Thanks to J. Poon for the info.

    Nakayoshi to issho also has Sailor Moon characters in it. 
    Thanks to J. Poon for the info.

    There is also a Sailor Moon LCD games here.  
    Thanks to J. Poon for the info.

    And apparently there is another Playdia game....

    The Sailor Moon Quiz v3.0

    The Mac port is finished! See below.


    It seems a few people are having trouble running this program under their copy of Windows. I believe you will need the following files for it to work:

    • msvbvm50.dll -- Now you can download this file via the web. Just CLICK HERE for it (681k).
    • shdocvw.dll
    • comctl32.ocx (& comctl32.dll ???)
    • oleaut32.dll
    Win95/NT4/98


    Click here
    to download the zipped program.

    The program was written by DK for TELE-Pathetic Industries using Visual BASIC v5 Professional Edition.

    The program runs under Win95 or NT4 or Win98 only.

     

    Macintosh


    Click here
    to download the mac version.

    The program was ported to the Mac by Squirrel using RealBasic.

    This port only runs on a Mac.

     


    daytona.jpg (48196 bytes)Links to Sailor Moon gaming sites:

    Konami's Pop'n Music Animelo - they used the Sailor Moon theme in their games. Thanks to J. Poon for the info. The first game was ported to the PSX and Game Boy Color:

    Alpin's Emulated Sailor Moon Games

    Sailor Moon RPG

    -This site already has a beta version available for download. It's quite a good fan made game.

    Hitoshi Doi's Sailor Moon Games Page

    DarkPrism Productions

    - has a TI-82 (a Texas Instruments graphic calculator) Sailor Moon game.

    Other Sailor Moon Links...

    Glen's Goofy Sailor Moon Page - his main SM page

    Glen's Canadian website- it is the new location for his Sailor Moon sounds and other things

    Tim Nelson & Family


    This page was created on April 14, 1998.

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