|Publisher||Bandai Namco Games|
|Platform||Bandai PocketTurbo Plus|
|Ratings||K-A for Kids To Adults|
Mayura's Case is an adventure game featuring Mayura Daidouji from "The Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok" developed by Azumanga Interactive, and published by Bandai Namco Games exclusively for the Bandai PocketTurbo Plus.
Mayura wanted to do mystery solving with Loki, but Loki tells her it's too dangerous for his more serious mystery. So Mayura decides to be a detective and solve the mystery herself. As Mayura solves a mystery, she comes across Reiya Ohshima who gives her clues on where to look or where to go. At the end, Mayura tells Loki she solve the case, Loki them knots his head in his reation to Mayura.
In the game, you take control of Mayura Daidouji as she has to find certain clues and items in each level, only 3 clues can be found in each level. There are not that many enemies in the first few levels unlike the later levels that have several enemies that are trying to kill you. Once you find the clues, you enter to the boss battle done in the style of RPG games where you have to use the items found in the levels that act as weapons to inflict damage on the boss. After you beat the boss, Reiya comes in to give you clues and hints on the next levels.
The difficulty increases in the later levels making it more challenging to find all the clues and the items for the boss battles. There are some items like the X-Ray Glasses that will let you see the hidden items and clues in each area, a candle that will light up dark rooms, and a sword that will kill enemies with one hit. Each item for the boss battles are found in hidden areas, or appear after killing an enemy.
The items in the boss battles include:
- Slap Attack - Inflicts 10% damage
- A Knife - Inflicts 20% damage
- Brown Sword - Inflicts 30% damage
- Special Sword - Inflicts 40% damage
- Golden Crystal - Inflicts 50% damage
- Fire Sphere - Inflicts 75% damage
- A Wand - Inflicts 80% damage
- Spirited Wind - Inflicts 100% damage
The game does have a continue selection on the title screen, and a 6-digit password system allowing you to continue where you left off.