Voicer-kun

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The Voicer-kun (ボイサーくん Boisā-kun?) (sometimes erroneously called "Voice-kun") from Koei is an infrared transmitter/receiver for the Super Famicom that connects to the second controller port. The IR-transmitter is used for controlling Audio CD players, and is able to "learn" IR-signals from different CD Player manufacturers.[1]

Compatible games[edit]

Below is a list of compatible games. The games' package included the Voicer-kun hardware, one or two Audio CDs, and a Super Famicom game cartridge.

  • Angelique Voice Fantasy (1996)
  • EMIT Vol. 1 - Toki no Maigo (1995)
  • EMIT Vol. 2 - Inochigake no Tabi (1995)
  • EMIT Vol. 3 - Watashi ni Sayonara wo (1995)
  • EMIT Value Set (Vol. 1-3) (1995)

Soundware[edit]

Koei also made a number of "Soundware" games for other consoles/computers, which did also include audio CDs or audio tapes. While using a similar concept, the Voicer-kun games were not part of the Soundware series.

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