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Nonoko & Anna: The Great Mystery
Nonoko And Anna The Great Mystery Box Art 2
Box Art (Bandai Revolution)
Developer Capcom
Azumanga Interactive
Publisher Bandai Namco Games
Platform Bandai Extreme
Bandai Revolution
Bandai CD
Bandai PocketTurbo Plus
Genre Platform
Modes 2 Players
Ratings E for Everyone

Nonoko & Anna: The Great Mystery is a platforming game featuring Nonoko Ogasawara and Anna Umenomiya from Takeru & Hikari developed by Capcom and Azumanga Interactive, and published by Bandai Namco Games for the Bandai Extreme, Bandai Revolution, Bandai CD, and Bandai PocketTurbo Plus.

The game is very similar to The Great Circus Mystery Starring Mickey & Minnie/Disney's Magical Quest 2 Starring Mickey & Minnie for Super Nintendo/Game Boy Advance, but has many changes on its gameplay. When getting hit at any angle, you flash instantly instead of dangling in the air or flying off the edge. And you can now continue during gameplay after you have lost all you lives (similar to Streets of Rage and other beat em up games). However, the only outfit omitted from the game is the sweeper outfit, which is replaced by an arabian outfit which is similar to the magician outfit from the first Magical Quest game. Because of this, the 2 bosses that can only be beaten with the sweeper outfit are completely changed.

The Bandai CD version adds voice overs in the cutscenes.

StoryEdit

Nonoko and Anna travel by bus to their school where they are going to spend the day. When the bus arrives, a little late, Koushiro appears and tells Nonoko and Anna that everyone in the circus tents has disappeared. Nonoko and Anna are surprised by Koushiro's claim, but choose to go to their school and see it with their own eyes. At their school they realize that their friends Takeru, Hikari, Mikan, and Hotaru are gone. Nonoko and Anna must now find out what is going on at their school.

OutfitsEdit

The game features four different suits.

  • Regular Outfit: This outfit allows Nonoko and Anna to grab some types of objects, including some enemies, and spin-throw them.
  • Arabian Outfit: It allows Nonoko and Anna to shoot magic at their enemies. The size of the magic blasts depends on how long it is charged. However, shooting magic empties Nonoko and Anna's magic meter, which is refilled by collecting a magical lamp item. Additionally, Nonoko and Anna can breathe underwater and control magical carpets with the magician outfit. The magic carpets are only found in areas where you can get hard to reach items.
  • Explorer Outfit: It allows Nonoko and Anna can climb vertical walls as well as swinging from special kinds of circle blocks
  • Cowgirl Outfit: The outfit includes a hobby horse and a pop-gun. The hobby horse gives Nonoko and Anna a higher jump and the pop-gun allows them to damage enemies by firing corks at them. Firing a cork will decrease a power meter which can be replenished by collecting cork gun items. In addition, the hobby horse gives Nonoko and Anna the ability to make the Desperado Dash move, which flies them through the air, but drains the power meter slightly.

Voice Actors (Bandai CD Only)Edit

Japanese

Ai Nonaka as Nonoko Ogasawara
Rie Kanda as Anna Umenomiya
Hiroko Konishi as Takeru Takaishi
Kae Araki as Hikari Yagami
Kana Ueda as Mikan Sakura
Rie Kugimiya as Hotaru Imai
Umi Tenjin as Koushiro Izumi

English

Cynthia Martinez as Nonoko Ogasawara
Sasha Paysinger as Anna Umenomiya
Wendee Lee as Takeru Takaishi
Lara Jill Miller as Hikari Yagami
Moneca Stori as Mikan Sakura
Angora Deb as Hotaru Imai
Kath Soucie as Koushiro Izumi

Box ArtEdit

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