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Konami Man (コナミマン) is a fictional character who has made numerous appearances in video games by Konami. His female counterpart is Konami Lady (コナミレディ) who appears in a few Konami games.
- 1984 - Road Fighter (Arcade, Famicom)
- 1986 – King Kong 2: Ikari no Megaton Punch (Famicom) – Appears as a power-up which restores all lost health.
- 1986 - Ganbare Goemon! Karakuri Douchuu (Famicom)
- 1986 – The Goonies (Famicom/NES) - Appears as an item that gives you 5000 points if you get it, if not, it vanishes and gives you only 1000 points.
- 1987 – Ai Senshi Nicol (Famicom Disk System) - Appears as a power-up which restores all lost health.
- 1987 – The Goonies II (Famicom/NES) - Appears in a few designated rooms as a power-up (he restores your health). If you hit him, he won't talk to you anymore.
- 1987 - Hi no Tori: Gaou no Bouken (Famicom)
- 1987 - Esper Dream (FDS)
- 1988 – Wai Wai World (Famicom) – Protagonist
- 1989 - Ganbare Goemon 2 (1989 - Famicom)
- 1991 – Wai Wai World 2: SOS!! Paseri Jou (Famicom) - Makes a brief cameo between stages
- 1991 – Stinger (Famicom/NES)
- 1991 – Legend of the Mystical Ninja (Super Nintendo/Super Famicom) - His picture appears on the inside of several buildings that contain mini games.
- 1992 - Rampart (NES)
- 1992 - Parodius Da! (Super Famicom)
- 1995 - Tokimeki Memorial: Forever With You (PlayStation, PSP)
- 1997 – Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (PlayStation) - Appears as a random icon on the memory card for a saved game.
- 1998 - Bishi Bashi Special (PlayStation)
- 1999 - Gungage (PlayStation)
- 2000 - International Track & Field 2000 (PlayStation)
- 2001 – Konami Krazy Racers (Game Boy Advance)
- 2005 – Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow (Nintendo DS) - Appears as a hidden item found in the Clock Tower
- 2005 – Karaoke Revolution Party (PlayStation 2) - In the Thank-You Sequence unlocked by obtaining a diamond record on every song
- 2006 – Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (Nintendo DS) - Bonus item when defeating Hard Mode with Level 1 cap.
- 2007 - Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (Nintendo DS)
- 2008 - Quiz Magic Academy V (Arcade)
- 2010 - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair (Xbox 360, PS3)
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