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Yokoduna 0.7

by BZK
This is a game based on Japan's national sport, Sumo.
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This is a game based on Japan's national sport, Sumo.
Using seven types of frames such as "Yokozuna" and "Ozeki",
Game content is not original. a real old game
I am reproducing.
However, since it uses a computer, in a real game
We also added elements that could not be realized.

·how to play
When you start yokozuna.exe, the game starts suddenly.
Tap the 7 pieces lined up at the bottom of the screen to put the piece on the field.
If you are stronger than the piece that your opponent puts out, you win.
Hold this until you run out of pieces.
Of the lined frames, the left end is the strongest and the right end is the weakest.

[Yokozuna] > [Ozeki] > [Sekiwake] > [Komusubi] > [Front] > [Juryo] > [Introduction]

However, [Jounokuchi] wins [Yokozuna]. (It's Venus.)

You can also start from the beginning at any time by pressing the "rematch" button.
you can start.

Installation Instructions

·How to install
yokozuna.exe on the H/PC using Handheld PC Explorer etc.
Please copy it to an appropriate directory.

·How to uninstall
Delete yokozuna.exe because it does not write to the registry etc.
It is OK just to do it.



License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://www.geocities.co.jp/siliconvalley-bay/5062/wince/download.html
This link is no longer available on the World Wide Web and will attempt to load via the WayBack Machine
Popularity 2001
Total Downloads  5
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 23 October 2022


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