Pocket Muu Muu Guide Version - 1.1 By Tom Diehl firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> Last update - 3/10/00 - This document Copyright 2000 Tom Diehl, reproduction is ok as long as credit is given where it is due. - My first FAQ ! --------------------------------------------- UPDATES 3/3 - 1.0 First posting 3/10 - 1.1 Made correction about Baron Aloha. (thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org) Added Mini-Games PG - 1, 45, 43, 66, 6, 38, 54, 67, 59, 32 PT - 11, 3, 14, 5, 19, 21, 6 This guide is just from what I understand and can translate from the game. I can translate some of the Japanese which I will put in ( ) next to the name I gave the game. The kanji gives me major headaches and my dictionary doesn't have every word. I'm just trying to help out the fellow gamer here by translating the menus and giving info on the mini games. Maybe this will help you decide whether or not you want to buy the game. I'm going put in as much about the mini games as I can. This is my first FAQ/Guide. Any helpful information will be greatly appreciated. Please don't e-mail me about mini-games that are not up here yet though. I wish to find them out on my own. I will update soon! Content 1. Title Screen info 2. Point of the Game 3. Menu Translations \ Island Help 4. Mini Games Listing 5. Comments - 1 - TITLE SCREEN INFO Of course the name of the game: POCKET MUU MUU Starting from top to bottom 1. Start New Game 2. Continue 3. Load game 4. Options Menu 1. Date - Year/Month/Day - It's Y2K compatible!!! 2. Time 3. Stereo or Mono 4. BGM - Background Music Volume 5. SE - Sound Effects Volume 6. Vibration - On or Off 5. Exit - 2 - POINT OF THE GAME The game, from what I understand, is to go about and make money to buy the pocketstation games for your pocketstation and to buy additions to your soon to be "Fun Land" (just what I am calling it). You can buy things like fans, sundials, platforms, a castle and a lot more. To make money you need to play the pocketstation games. It's easier to get money in certain games and some are just more fun to play. I can try to translate with the books I have (which you will see me do with some of the game names) but that's about it. - 3 - MENU TRANSLATIONS I'm going to create my own names for some of the islands since my books do not give me a translation for the words. The island with the little brown hut with a green roof will be referred to as Goods Island (from what I made of the Kanji I came up with Present Goods Island), the island with the roller coaster on it will be called Fun island, and the island with the big screen and has the word GAME spelled out across the top of the screen will be Game Island. 1. GOODS ISLAND - Green Roof Right when you enter you are hit with a menu. Descriptions of what the menus include are below. The menu choices are: A. Pocket Notebook B. Save C. Restart Game D. Memory Card Manager E. Exit 1. Pocket Notebook - Any games you have bought or found are stored here. Once this option is chosen your games are then listed and there are four icons at the bottom of the screen. a. Notepad - brings up the description of the game and five different icons at the bottom of the screen. 1. Open Book - View the "How to Play". Pushing up and down allows you to scroll through the instructions. 2. Light bulb - Tells you what you did to get the stars for this particular game. 3. Pocketstation - Download this game to your pocketstation! Choose this then chose the top choice. Look at these symbols good you will see them often. Top one is Hai (yes) the bottom is iie (no). 4. Play - Choose this to play the current game selected. 5. Frame - Choose picture to play your pocketstation game in. I think you have to find or buy these. (haven't gotten one yet) 6. Game Box (not a menu choice) - in the yellow box you will have a setup like this: < GAME NO. > Game Name Picture of game Stars Acquired High Score Type of game? Cost or Found b. PG - Lists all your currently acquired pocketstation games. c. PT - Lists all your currently acquired pocketstation tools. d. Blue Ribbon - Lists any PG or PT you have not played yet. 2. Save - Save your game. 3. Restart game 4. Memory Card Manager - Allows for you to delete or copy memory card files. This is how you take Pocket Muu Muu games off the pocketstation. 5. Exit 2. GAME ISLAND - Island with big screen that has the word game written across it. Soon as you land here you get to run around and visit the numerous stores and such. Here's a quick little map for you to go by. ________________ | | | BELL | ------------------------------------------------- -| | Lottery Game Booth | | fountain | | | | Game Store | | | | Baron Capitao | | Aloha's hut Island Suzuki -> | X construction | | you start here booth | -------------------------------------------------------------------- PLACE DESCRIPTIONS 1. Lottery - Open 9AM ~ 10PM Pay 500 Mu and pick one of the three prize tickets and get a random prize, or nothing at all. Or you can pay 1000 Mu and play the lottery. If you choose the right numbers you can win 100,000 Mu. Number chosen for the previous day is shown to the left of choice. 2. Baron Aloha's Hut - Open 24 hour's He charges 500 Mu per clue as to how to get the star in the mini games. When you do a certain thing right in the mini games you get a star. Three starts per game. (Thanks goes to email@example.com for correcting me on this) 3. Game Booth - Open 9AM ~ 10PM You can buy pocketstation games here. They seem to be a bit more expensive than the Game Store I think. 4. Game Store - Open 24 hour's You can buy pocketstation games here as well. 5. Island Construction Booth - Open 10AM ~ 9PM Here is where you buy things for your "Fun Land". You can buy things like fans, platforms, a sundial, and much more. I will try to translate the list of what is on the menu once I get a bigger dictionary. 6. Capitao Suzuki - Open 24 hour's Come to this thing when you want to transfer the Mu you have gained by playing your actual pocketstation into the game for spending. - 4 - MINI GAMES LIST (as of last play time 3/2) PT - POCKETSTATION TOOLS These are things that you can't play but use. Like clocks, dice rollers, calculators, Etc. PT - 1 - Calculator Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 4800 Mu Your basic, four function, calculator. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide. PT - 2 - Random Number Picker Memory - 2 blocks Found - Muu sleeping on floating island above waterfall. (This is on "Fun Island") You pick two numbers and it will randomly pick a number between those two numbers. PT - 3 - Useful counter Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 6400 Mu It's a counter. Push the large button to come to a screen that allows you to select 3 different counters. They all look and do the same thing. Push the large button to enter and then push the large button on the top choice to add 1 to the counter. The second choice resets the counter and the bottom takes you back. PT - 5 - Flower Fortune Teller Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 4300 Mu Push the large button and you will see the flower on the screen. A hand will pick a petal when you push the large button. It will says things as you pick the petals at the top of the screen. After all the petals are picked a message will show. I think it's about you future family. PT - 7 - BIO Rhythm (BIO rizumu) Memory - 2 Blocks Cost - 5300 Mu Tells you your Bio Rhythm on certain aspects. Once entering your birthday you are taken to a wave monitor. Left and right will change the current date as shown in the box at the bottom of the screen. Up and down change what kind of rhythm you are looking at. The heart is love, the little guy is your health, and I am not sure what the last thing is. It looks kind of like a pencil. PT - 9 - Heart (Rabu Rabu Ku?su) Memory - 3 blocks Found - In a box on "Fun Island" Not sure what this is for. Maybe it is a love tester? When the heart turns black, push the large button. Then as soon as it reverts to white push the left button to stop the bar. If not done right the heart will break. PT - 11 - Horoscope Teller Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 3200 Mu Right when you start it up it shows present date. Push the large button and it will take you to astronomy symbols and dates. There below the astrology symbols you will see 3 other little symbols with little blocks in front of them. Heart is for love, stick person is for health, circle I'm not sure of. Maybe luck? While the symbols are on the screen push the large button and a full screen circle or triangle. I haven't a clue what that means. PT - 12 - Stop Watch Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 4800 Mu Typical run of the mill stop watch. Push the large button to start it and end it. Pushing left button will reset it. PT - 13 - Alarm Watch Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 5200 Mu Make your pocketstation an alarm clock that plays music. Five different tunes. Menu reads top to bottom: Time Sound Return On/Off PT - 14 - Kitchen Timer Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 3800 Mu A timer that you can set for either 3, 4 or 5 minutes. After setting it you will see a pan filled with water and the time in the top left corner. PT - 17 - Birth of Seed (Tan no tane) Memory - 3 blocks Found - Box on "Fun Island" First off pick a seed by pushing left or right button. Push the large button to ok it then push it once again when you come to the ground scene. A menu will pop up. Menu options: Return - go back to watching the seed grow Harvest - pick the plant out of the ground to see what you've grown Sunlight - Give your plant light Weed - weed the area Water - water your seed PT - 19 - Ball ? (Marimo) Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 4200 Mu Not sure what you do with this. Push the arrow buttons a bunch of times to shake the container. The ball grows bigger as you push the buttons. PT - 20 - Season Clock Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 3200 Mu A clock that has a little scene going on in the screen depending on the season. An example being for winter you will see it snowing on the screen and a snowman being made. Time shows in the top right corner. PT - 21 - Dolphin Raising Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 6200 Mu Raise your very own virtual dolphin! As you see him swim by push the large button. The menu reads, feed and pet. If you let him be and watch him he will do little tricks too! PT - 24 - Simple Telephone Directory (Kantan Denwa) Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 6300 Mu A little telephone number organizer. When you first push the large button to start, the menu with all the names you currently have in the directory show up. To see the number push the right button once you selected the name. Pushing large button will bring you to a menu. English alphabet included!! Menu listings from top to bottom are: New - create a new name and number Edit - change something about the current number or name Delete - get rid of a number Exit - go back to listings PT - 25 - World Watch (Seikai Tokei) Memory - 2 blocks Found - In a box on "Fun Island" Tells you the time in places all over the world. PT - 26 - Dice (saikono) Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 3000 Mu It's a dice roller. Can roll up to 12 die with six sides. PT - 27 - 10 Second Continuous Strike (10 Byo Ren Da) Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 2000 Mu Hit the large button as many times as you can within 10 seconds. PT - 29 - Bomb Cycle (bakudan kai) Memory - 3 blocks Found - Box on "Fun Island" Not to sure about this game. I believe you are supposed to set a number of times in which the button can be pressed and then start the game. After starting the game you and an opponent take turns pushing the arrow keys no more than three times then pass it on to the opponent. Object is to make your opponent blow up the bomb. PG - POCKETSTATION GAMES The games you can play to make more Mu to buy more games!!!! PG - 1 - Black Jack Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 5200 Mu Your typical game of black jack. Get as close to 21 as you can without going over. Everything is in english so this game is easy to understand. PG - 3 - Fill In Game Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 4200 Mu Fill in the white part of the picture with the black part. Up and down flips the image around while left and right flip side to side. Can get difficult at times. You also have a time limit so you must be quick. PG - 4 - Drop Zone Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 6800 Mu Guide your ship down the cave without touching the walls. At the end of each stage you choose a door for a chance to gain an extra 100 points. PG - 6 - Demolition Game (Biru kowareru shi) Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 3800 Mu The object of this game is to destory the building piece by piece while hitting each piece with just the right amount of power. Once started you will see a bar on the right side of the screen going up and down. Push the large button as the top of the moving bar is next to the smaller bar off to the right to destory the piece of the building. Hitting the part too hard 3 times will cause you to lose. PG - 10 - Miniature Golf (Patsuto Golf) Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 6200 Mu Ten holes of Mini Putt!! Left and right move the arrows direction to hit the ball. Down zooms out, up zooms in. Push the big button when ready to hit the ball and a power bar shows up. Higher the bar is when you push the large button the farther your ball will go. PG - 12 - Cowboy Shoot Game (haya uchi somaso) Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 4800 Mu The windows are set up like the pocketstation buttons. Pushing the button will fire in the corresponding spot. The quicker you shoot the less points taken away from you. You start with 500 points. PG - 16 - Timer Game (tai mu gai) Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 4800 Mu Five rounds with numerous ways to play. The ways are: 1. Push large button so many times within the allotted time. 2. Push large button as soon as the timer starts. 3. Push large button as close to the time stated as you can. PG - 19 - Calculate Number Game (san su game) Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 3800 Mu Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide the numbers to gain points. Points determined by speed and correctness. PG - 20 - Search for Symbol Origin Game (Gan saku kigo) Memory - 4 blocks Cost - 3800 Mu You really need to know how to read hiragana and katakana for this one. The element from the periodic table is displayed and you have to pick the correct symbol for it. Element names are in Japanese. PG - 22 - Fishing Game (tsutsuto tsutsuto baso baso) Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 7200 Mu Push the down button to put the hook in the water. When a fish swims above it push up to hook and pull the fish out of the water. Then push the large button to throw the fish into the boat and repeat until you run out of time. You can gain more time by catching the medium sized fish which only appears every 30 seconds or so. Catching anything besides the small and medium fish will waste time and you won't gain any points. PG - 23 - Space Shuttle Game Memory - 4 blocks Cost - 7800 Mu I really am lost when it comes to this game. Anyone out there know what to do? I've played it quite a few times and haven't found anything. To launch the ship push the large button rapidly. You will then be in space. From here I don't know what you do. PG - 24 - Racing Game Memory - 3 blocks Found - In bell on Games Island Hold large button down to accelerate. Drive as far as you can while avoiding other cars, oil and the curb. Money determined by cars passed. PG - 25 - Block Out Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 4300 Mu The classic game of block out. Five stages to complete. I've gotten over 10,000 Mu from playing it through once!! Points given for destroying certain objects: Heart - 20 points "O" - 40 points Bomb - 80 points Dog - 100 points Crawling man - 150 points Alien - 200 points Car (window) - 250 points Car (no window) - 300 points PG - 30 - Astro Fighter Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 3800 Mu Big button fires laser. Shoot the enemy ships before they crash into you. At the end of each stage a large ship appears. Shoots all 6 ends of it as fast as you can to get bonus points. PG - 31 - Bomb and Tank Game Memory - 4 blocks Cost - 4200 Mu As the game begins watch where the mines are. Move your tank to the top of the screen without running over a mine. The "!" in the top right warns you that there is a bomb nearby. At any time if you push the big button a kid will throw a bomb and clear away any mines within one step of you. PG - 33 - Muu Muu Fighter (dosukoi muu muu) Memory - 4 blocks Found - Box on "Fun Island" Push the big button as fast as you can to knock opponent off the ledge. Good way to make a quick 1100 Mu. PG - 38 - Drive2000 Memory - 4 blocks Cost - 5800 Mu Upgrade from the other racing game. This one is a view from behind the car and not overhead. Hold the large button to move faster and the direction buttons move you left and right. PG - 43 - Construction Game (kumitate ?) Memory - 3 blocks Found - A muu will appear after a while into the game behind the island construction booth. He will give it to you. Push large button to start. You start with 60 seconds. The direction buttons move the part connected to the bird thing. Once you have the beak the correct way push the big button, then do the eyes, then do the legs. If you dont know what the bird looks like, look at the back of your instruction booklet. The more you build the more time and points you get. PG - 45 - Bingo Memory - 2 blocks Cost - 980 Mu You start off with a board and need to make a line or four corners. Numbers chosen by a lineup rotating at the bottom of the screen. Points determined by how quickly you win! PG - 47 - Ring Throw Memory - 4 blocks Found - Won at lottery. Toss the ring by pushing the large button. The more power you put into it the farther it goes. Left and right moves you. Try to get the rings around the items on the floor. PG - 50 - Rearguard 3rd Class Soldier (shingari santo hei) Memory - 4 blocks Cost - 6200 Mu One of the more fun games. Push the large button to fire, hold it in till you are read for your shot to explode. Just don't let the enemy get behind the wall. Points determined by how many kills you make. PG - 54 - Dodge Ball Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 4200 Mu Move left and right to avoid incoming objects. Pushing large button will holdout a shield in case you don't see yourself moving in time. You are allowed 3 shields. Points determined by how many balls you dodge. Amount of lives in top left corner, score in the top right. PG - 59 - Fly-Swat Game Memory - 3 blocks Cost - 7200 Mu You have a flyswatter. Move it around with the arrow buttons and hit the large button to swat and kill the flies. Thirty stages in all, every 5 stages you have to kill a really big fly. Similar to the mario paint flyswatter game. PG - 60 - Long Graceful Jump (abare fuku tobu bi) Memory - 4 blocks Cost - 4000 Mu Tap large button to gain speed. Once you see the edge of the sand pit push the up or the left button and hold in until you see the little black circle in the angel you wish to jump then release the button to jump. Points determined by farthest jump. PG - 61 - 100 Meter Run (100M hashiru) Memory - 3 blocks Found - Box on "Fun Island" Repeatedly tap the large button to out run opponent. Points are determined by the difference between you and opponents time. Warning: You hand will be killing you after playing this one a few times. PG - 66 - Swing Game Memory - 4 blocks Found - Box on "Fun Island" After starting you see a guy swinging. Push left and right to make him swing faster. Then push the large button while he is swinging forward to make him jump. Points are determined by the farthest of 3 jumps. PG - 67 - Weather Forcast Battle (tataku tenki yoho) Memory - 4 blocks Cost - 6400 Mu Your machine is on the ground. Move left and right with the arrow buttons. Fire with the large button. Object is to destory all the clouds without being destroyed by the weather conditions. You are against rain, snow, spears?, and hail. Every 5-10 stages you are rewarded with a little Mu scene. PG - 68 - Boating Game (koge koge kimi) Memory - 4 blocks Found - Box on "Fun Island" Large button rows the right paddle. Left button rows the left paddle. Hold in at the same time to row forward. Points determined by your time. - 5 - Comments This is a great game! But you need to have a lot of patience to play through it without cheating. There is a gameshark code that unlocks all the games, but what would be the fun in that? I have played through this far with no help at all just my reference books so I can translate. Get this game if you have a pocketstation. It's always fun to have all the games. Just hope I've helped you with the game in some way!
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