Ninja Jajamaru-kun (1985, Famicom): In the realm of feudal Japanese folklore, the nicknamed Ninja Jajamaru-kun is his beloved from the hands of a pirate facing a devilish catfish. You need to rescue Princess Sakura. JaJaMaru no Daibouken (1986, NES): Players regain control of the little red ninja JaJaMaru trying to save Sakurahime from the evil clutches of the catfish pirate and his minions. JaJaMaru Ninpouchou (1989, Famicom): Unlike the previous two Ninja Jajamaru-kun games that were action platformers, Ninpou Chou is a traditional JRPG. Players roam the world map, visiting towns and dungeons, and occasionally fighting random encounters using different turn-based combat screens. Jajamaru Attacker: Maboroshi no Kinmajo (1990, Famicom): Players control the main character through towns, dungeons, and world maps. Each different type of map features a top-down search. Ninja Jajamaru: Ginga Daisakusen (1991, Famicom): Ninja Jajamaru: Ginga Daisakusen is the previous 8-bit in that it draws some design elements from other modern platformers and creates a different feel than older games. It’s a little different from the entry. Ninja Jajamaru: Youkai Great Battle (New): JaJaMaru and his friends confront the largest invasion of the youkai army in history! There are more than 20 playable characters with various abilities, such as the revival of youkai from the series and the newly introduced Ninja Jajamaru family. You can unlock new playable characters by collecting “Golden Beads” and “Souls” that will be dropped from the defeated enemies. Single-screen local two-player multiplayer is also supported.