- Hebereke series
The "Hebereke series" (へべれけ) is a
video gamefranchise developed by Japanese company Sunsoft which first began the series on 20 September1991 with the game titled " Hebereke" for the Nintendo Famicom, and in 1992 released on the Nintendo Entertainment Systemonly in the UK and Australiaunder the moniker "Ufouria: The Saga" altering many of the characters in the process. 'Hebereke' is one of the characters and the Japanese name is colloquial and roughly translates to 'drunk' or 'untrustworthy'.
When sequels/spinoffs were released each almost every title was a different genre, much like the
Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kunseries, Dizzy seriesand Mario seriesand can be more considered spin-off games.
Developer Sunsoft used the characters and world feature in "Hebereke" in a series of other games for Super Famicom (Super NES),
Sega Saturn, PlayStation, coin operated arcades and more recently mobile phones[http://www.success-corp.co.jp/keitai/vodafone/hebereke/index.shtml] [http://www.sun-denshi.co.jp/soft/shg_i/i_index.htm] . Almost all of Sunsofts games that feature the "Hebereke" characters were used in titles that were very different from each other.
Hebereke" (Nintendo Famicom) ( 1991):"Ufouria" (Europe) (character changes):Re-released on "Sunsoft Memorial Vol.5" (PlayStation)
Hebereke no Popoon" (Arcade) ( 1994)
Hebereke Station Popoitto" ( PlayStation) ( 1996):"Hebereke Station Popoitto (Value 1500)" ( 2001):"Hebereke's Popoitto" ( 1996) ( Europe):"Hebereke Station Popoitto (SunKore Best)" ( 1999)
Hashire Hebereke" (Super NES) ( 1994)
Hebereke no Oishii Puzzle" (Super NES) ( 1994)
Sugoi Hebereke" (Super NES) ( 1994)
Hebereke no Popuun" (Super NES) ( 1993): "Hebereke's Popoon" (Europe)
Popitto Hebereke" (Super NES) ( 1995): "Hebereke's Popoitto" ( 1995) ( Europe)
Popoitto Hebereke" ( Sega Saturn) ( 1995) fn|1
fnb|1 different from the SNES game despite a similar title.
A game was developed to be released on PlayStation and Arcade in
1996titled "Hebereke's Pair Pair Wars" but was never fully completed. Arcade cabinets have been found that have unfinished versions of the game. Unfortunately most of these have been destroyed in accidents.
Cameo appearances and related releases
* Hebereke makes a cameo appearance in Sunsoft's
Mega Driveport of Lemmings, appearing in level 18 of the "Sunsoft" setting - SUNSOFT Special.
* Oh-chan starred in a series of
nonogrampuzzle games titled "Oh-chan's Oekaki Logic"
* Oh-chan also appears on one of the courts in "Yeh Yeh Tennis" ("Wai Wai Tennis 2" in Japan) for the PlayStation
* Hebereke was listed in the credits of Journey To Silius (Also known as Raf World in Japan and as it Prototype Name "The Terminator") in 1990, And This game was possibly in honor of one of the Journey To Silius graphics developers during its development in 1990.
* The Hebereke characters and characters from other Sunsoft games made an appearance in "
A soundtrack was released that features arranged versions of the music from the various "Hebereke" games. Some songs are from another Sunsoft game, "
Gimmick!" (Mr. Gimmick in Europe). The album was titled "Takusan Hebereke" and was composed by Naoki Kodaka, Phaseout & MuteC, Masashi Kageyamaand arranged by Hitoshi Sakimoto. It was published by DATAM Polystarand released on the 25 June 1994.
The series sports bright characters and graphics that are typically Japanese in design, done in the style of "
Bomberman", "Kirby" and particularly " Hello Kitty". The series involves primarily a cast of four main characters and a set of minor characters (many unnamed).
Hebereke (Bop-Louie in Ufouria)
*Species: Penguin (Little boy in Ufouria)
Oh-Chan (Freeon-Leon in Ufouria)
*Species: Cat (Lizard in Ufouria)
Sukezaemon (Shades in Ufouria)
Jennifer (Gil in Ufouria)
*ja icon [http://www.d1.dion.ne.jp/~picket/soundtrack/hebereke/hebereke.htm Hebereke Soundtrack]
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