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At a much later date, on July 17, 2007 the game was released on the Japanese [[Wii Shop Channel]] [[Virtual Console]]. On August 21, 2013, the game became available as a downloadable Virtual Console title on Japanese [[Wii U]] [[Nintendo eShop]].
 
At a much later date, on July 17, 2007 the game was released on the Japanese [[Wii Shop Channel]] [[Virtual Console]]. On August 21, 2013, the game became available as a downloadable Virtual Console title on Japanese [[Wii U]] [[Nintendo eShop]].
  
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The game features a nameless boy who decides to take a train to see his grandfather at Kuzunoki Village after his school vacation. Behind the railway tracks, he meets a mysterious girl in a forest, who he then befriends.
 
The game features a nameless boy who decides to take a train to see his grandfather at Kuzunoki Village after his school vacation. Behind the railway tracks, he meets a mysterious girl in a forest, who he then befriends.
  

Latest revision as of 14:15, 23 May 2020

Famicom Bunko: Hajimari no Mori
ファミコン文豪:はじまりの森
Hajimari no Mori title.png
Developer(s): Pax Softnica
Publisher(s): Nintendo
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Copyrights: ©1999 Nintendo
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Famicom Bunko: Hajimari no Mori is a text adventure game for the Super Famicom, originally exclusively available from the Nintendo Power cartridge service.

At a much later date, on July 17, 2007 the game was released on the Japanese Wii Shop Channel Virtual Console. On August 21, 2013, the game became available as a downloadable Virtual Console title on Japanese Wii U Nintendo eShop.

Gameplay[edit]

The game features a nameless boy who decides to take a train to see his grandfather at Kuzunoki Village after his school vacation. Behind the railway tracks, he meets a mysterious girl in a forest, who he then befriends.

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