Yōkai Yashiki

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Yōkai Yashiki
Developer(s) Casio
Publisher(s) Casio
Distributor(s) Irem (FDS)
Platform(s) MSX
Family Computer Disk System
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution Floppy disk

Yōkai Yashiki (妖怪屋敷 "Monster House"?) is a Japanese horror platform game developed by Casio for the MSX home computer. On 23 October 1987, Irem published an enhanced version for the Family Computer Disk System.[1]

The game comprises five haunted house-like stages. The player earns points by blasting monsters with bursts from his flashlight. Each game level concludes with a boss battle.

Yōkai is a broad class of supernatural beings in Japanese folklore.

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  1. ^ "Youkai Yashiki". StrategyWiki. Retrieved 27 April 2013.