Sailor Moon SuperS (Sega Pico)

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Name (original): 美少女戦士セーラームーンSuperS
Name (romanized): Bishoujo Senshi Seeraa Muun SuperS
Name (translated): Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon SuperS
System: Sega Pico
Release Date: 1995

Sailor Moon SuperS was a video game released for the Sega Pico in 1995.

In this game the player proceeds to the next "stage" by turning over pages of the game cartridge. Each page contains areas that can be touched by console's pen, allowing the player to interact with the game.

Title Page: The player can click on Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon and hear them saying short phrases.

Page 1: This stage contains two mini games. In the first game the player will be shown a hiragana letter and then must click with the touch pen an object starting with that letter. In the second game the player will be asked simple questions about the series and must pick pictures with correct answers. Some examples of the questions include: "Where are Luna and Artemis?", "Which Senshi has orange sailor fuku?", "Which Senshi performs the Sparkling Wide Pressure attack?"

Page 2: The player can pick jewelry or accessories for one of the five Inner Senshi and then see an image of that Senshi with the chosen accessories.

Page 3: This stage is a dress up game, in which the player picks a Senshi and clothing for her.

Page 4: In this stage, clicking on Sailor Moon or Sailor Chibi Moon the player can see their transformation sequence. Clicking on Zirconia will make her attack Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon. Clicking on one of the Amazon Trio will start one of three mini games. Tiger's Eye's mini-game has the player, as Sailor Moon or Sailor Chibi Moon, balance on a ball while dodging Tiger's Eye's whip attacks by pressing the red button. Fisheye's mini-game has the player jump from one swinging rope to another to reach Fisheye. Hawk's Eye's mini-game has the player play three rounds of a shell game.

Page 5: The player can draw freely with the touch pen on Sega Pico's touchpad, with the ability to select different brushes and colors.