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Hello Kitty World

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Hello Kitty World
ハローキティワールド
Hello Kitty World.jpg
Developer(s): Mario Co. Ltd
Publisher(s): Character Soft (Sanrio company)
Platform: Famicom
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Players:
Predecessor:
Successor: Balloon Fight GB
Copyrights: N/A
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Release dates
Japan:

March 27, 1992

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Hello Kitty World (cited as being produced by Mario Co. Ltd a jointly owned business between Nintendo and Dentsu at the time) is a game for the Famicom.

The game is a reimagining of the game Balloon Kid for the Game Boy released in North America and Europe, instead for the Famicom in Japan. This version was only released in Japan, while only North America and Europe have got Balloon Kid. Despite this, Nintendo would also release Balloon Fight GB for the Japanese market in 2000, which was originally for the Nintendo Power (cartridge service) but later for the Japanese Nintendo 3DS eShop.


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