War of Strike Mouse

Hello, guys, today I am going to tell you about an unlicensed NES game called War of Strike Mouse. It was developed by Hummer Team, the same developer that made Somari and Aladdin III.

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War of Strike Mouse? What the heck kind of game is that? Well, I’m here to tell you! Push start and you get this menu telling you with three options. “easy,” “normal,” and “hard.”

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Select your mode and you go to the character select screen, where you pick your character.

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Then you get to the game. Your character is in the middle of the screen holding a hammer, and there a bunch of rodent burrows on all sides.

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Here’s how you play. At random, rodents pop out of the burrows, and you’re supposed to hit them with a hammer. You throw a hammer by pointing the direction you want to shoot it on the d-pad. I guess you have an infinite number of hammers or something, because you don’t go retrieve the hammer after you throw it. I also guess the hammers are all disposable because all the hammers disappear after they hit a rodent, or, if you miss, the ground.

Anyway, you try to hit as many rodents as you can with your hammers before all the rodents stop coming out of the burrows, at which point you’ll get this screen summarizing how well you played. That’s it. The point of the game is to miss as few rodents as possible.

Also, at any point you can quit by pressing start. Then it will skip all the rest of the rodents and give you your score.

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Also, if you waste time not doing anything while the rodents are not getting hit, then your character will start tossing a hammer in the air and catching it over and over again, as if to say “ha ha look at me I’m missing like literally ALL THE RODENTS ha ha noob!!”

That’s it for War of Strike Mouse I guess. I’ll write more on my blog later.

Oh, also, if you want to play this game, I’d recommend using the CoolBoy 400-in-1 multicart, which has War of Strike Mouse on it.

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