Yōkai Yashiki

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Yōkai Yashiki
Developer(s) Casio
Publisher(s) Casio
Platform(s) MSX
Family Computer Disk System
Release
  • JP: 1986
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single-player

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.

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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