UFO Kamen Yakisoban

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UFO Kamen Yakisoban
UFO Kamen Yakisoban
Cover art
Developer(s) KID[1]
Publisher(s) Den'Z[1][2][3]
Composer(s) Nobuyuki Shioda[4]
Platform(s) Super Famicom
  • JP: October 14, 1994[1]
Genre(s) Beat 'em up[1]
Mode(s) Single-player

UFO Kamen Yakisoban: Kettler no Kuroi Inbō (UFO仮面ヤキソバン ケトラーの黒い陰謀, "UFO Mask Yakisoban: Kettler's Dark Conspiracy") is a Japan-exclusive Beat 'em up video game for the Super Famicom which was released in 1994.


UFO Kamen Yakisoban was the main character, played by Michael Tomioka, in a series of TV commercials for "UFO" instant yakisoba noodles produced by Nissin Foods. A feature film was released in 1994 directly to VHS video, which also featured Dave Spector as Kettler. The theme from the movie, sung by Hironobu Kageyama, was released on a CD single.[citation needed]

Video game[edit]

The video game has two versions, one with a drawing on the cover and another with pictures of the actors, changing only the end of the name of the game from one version to another. The noodle superhero wants to marry the princess, but Kettler wants her for himself. The hero wears a bowl of UFO yakisoba on his head. There are five stages to overcome until the princess can be rescued.

See also[edit]

Screenshot showing the gameplay.


  1. ^ a b c d "Release information". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2011-06-23. 
  2. ^ Japanese-English translation of title #1 at superfamicom.org
  3. ^ Japanese-English translation of title #2 at superfamicom.org
  4. ^ Soundtrack information at SNES Music

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