Mah Boi: The Game

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The best selling game of all time, based on the equally awesome poem My Boy. It sold so well you never heard of it. In fact, the game was a system-seller the Atari 3600, a successful game console developed by Atari under the license of Microsoft. Was later ported to the Famicom in Japan in 1987, SNES in 1993, and Sony Playstation in 1996, as well as other consoles. Yawackhary later played the game to find it was even worse than a Tiertex game and rumoured that both UrinatingTree and The Angry Video Game Nerd will review it.

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Atari Cartridge
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Scene from the Atari game
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Mah Boi for the Famicom. Titled "Mah Boi: The King's Quest" in Japan.
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Watch-out for pirated versions of Mah Boi: The Game.

Versions of Mah Boi: The Game

  • Atari 2600 - Atari (Programmers: Naoko Takeuchi, Rowby Goren)
  • Laserdisc (arcade) - Professor Von Schlemmer (best port due to AIDS free)
  • Commodore 64 (unreleased) - Ocean Software
  • Master System (unreleased) - Aspect Company
  • American NES (unreleased) - Tiertex/Tokyo Rock City Games
  • Nintendo Famicom (Japan only) - Tokyo Rock City Games
  • Dendy (pirate, Soviet Union only) - Vorhias (is actually just a Russian-translated pirate of the Famicom version)
  • Game Boy - WarioWare, Inc.
  • Mega Drive (unreleased) - The 8th Day aka Jerr O'Caroll (Later became Asterix and the Great Rescue)
  • Macintosh (68k monochrome version) - Warioware, Inc.
  • Macintosh (68k/PPC colour version) - Apple Computer, Inc./Warioware, Inc.
  • Amiga (unreleased) - See above (Music by Matt Furniss)
  • Super Nintendo - by Connerhawke (very limited quantities made)
  • Playstation - Core Design
  • Playdia - Takeuchi-Elaineous Enterprises
  • Sega Saturn - sobmic
  • Game Boy (DX version) - WarioWare, Inc.
  • Dreamcast - Tiertex
  • Games for Dinner - Gremlin Graphics/Magnetic Fields (aka Lotus Turbo Challenge)
  • Nintendo Wii - Programmed by Keroro
  • Playstation 3 (unreleased) - Capcom (only 5 prototypes exist)
  • Nintendo 3DS - Nintendo/Retro Studios

People who bought the game

The unreleased prototype of Mah Boi: The Game on NES.