Snoopy's Magic Show

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Snoopy's Magic Show
North American cover art
Developer(s) Kemco[1]
Publisher(s) Kemco[1]
Platform(s) Game Boy[1]
Genre(s) Action/Puzzle/Strategy[1]
Mode(s) Single-player

Snoopy's Magic Show (スヌーピーのマジックショー Snoopy no Magic Show?), also known as Snoopy: Magic Show, is an Action puzzle video game based on the Snoopy cartoon characters licensed from Peanuts. It was developed and published by Kemco, which was released for the Game Boy in 1990.


Screenshot showing the game play.

The player controls Snoopy who has to save four Woodstocks, within a fixed amount of time, by dodging bouncing balls, pushing blocks, using warp zones and power-ups. There are 120 levels with a unique password to access each. In the multiplayer mode, one player is Spike while the other is Snoopy.


In 1996, Kemco released (exclusively in Japan) another Snoopy game for the Game Boy entitled Snoopy no Hajimete no Otsukai.[2] The game made use of features of the Super Game Boy.

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