Super Dog Booby: Akachan Daibōken no Maki (Cancelled Famicom Game; 1991)

Super Dog Booby: Akachan Daibōken no Maki
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Super Dog Booby: Akachan Daibōken no Maki (スーパードッグブービー 赤ちゃん大ぼうけんの巻 Super Dog Booby: Baby Adventure Volume[1]) is a cancelled comic book-style platform action game that was in development in 1991 by Jaleco for the Famicom.


When Alfred's mother dozed off asleep, baby Alfred has hit the streets. To protect him, Booby must battle an menacing gangs and bulldogs. Booby's mission is to led Alfred to a safe place.

Alfred doesn't know where he is going, he is on an exciting adventure.[2]


The player would use Booby's super abilities to help Alfred. When an enemy is in the player's way, they would used the A button to kick. The player would come across a gang wielding large nets or faced against a tough-looking bulldog, Booby would bravely takes a fighting stance.


It was originally to going come out in May of 1991; however it was delayed until June and then later pushed to one more month before it was cancelled for unknown reasons.

It was also shown in a playable form at Famicom Space World from April 24th to May 6th 1991[3][4], advertised during the year, and was offered as a prize in a contest by a Japanese magazine.[5]

No prototypes or any other information of the game have resurfaced.


  1. Unseen64 article. Retrieved 26 May '16.
  2. Translated Info by drqwe. Retrieved 18 Oct '16.
  3. GeoCities website article. Retrieved 26 May '16.
  4. Japanese Wiki website about cancelled games. Retrieved 26 May '16.
  5. Japanese website article. Retrieved 26 May '16.



Anonymous user #1

5 months ago
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Haha, boobies.


5 months ago
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Took THIS long to finally get this kind of comment.


3 months ago
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A week ago, I requested a translated information from Japanese gaming magazines reviews/advertisements text. I hope that they translated it soon.

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