Domo-kun no Fushigi Terebi

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Domo-Kun no Fushigi Terebi
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Developer(s) Suzak
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance
  • JP: February 21, 2002
Genre(s) Various/Mini-Game

Domo-Kun no Fushigi Terebi (Japanese: どーもくんの不思議てれび, Domo-kun's Mysterious Television) is a video game for the Game Boy Advance featuring Domo-kun, of NHK television network. It was released exclusively in Japan on February 21, 2002.


A meteorite destroys Usaji's television satellite, causing Domo-kun to become frustrated at their now non-functional TV. After hitting it several times, Domo-kun is sucked into the television and finds himself in a variety of programming.

Domo-kun is the mascot for NHK (one of Japan's major broadcasting companies). In his first Game Boy Advance title, Domo must pass various mini-games in order to return to the world outside of the television. Games include (among others) hatching birds in a nature show, successfully hitting home runs in the baseball broadcast and getting the beat right in a rhythm action game.[1]

Nintendo extended the title via its e-Reader attachment by releasing a 100-card series (exclusive to Japan, sold in packs and boxes) in 2002-03.[citation needed]


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