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Mecarobot Golf

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Title Screen

Mecarobot Golf

Also known as: Nobuo Serizawa no Birdie Try (JP)
Developer: Advance Communication
Publisher: Toho
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: December 4, 1992
Released in US: September 1993

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Mecarobot Golf is... well, it's golf. What more can you say, really?

Build Date

Stored at xF330F (JP)/xF338D (US):

Japan North America





Regional Differences

Japan North America
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The Japanese version of this game starred real-life golfer Nobuo Serizawa. For the North American version, he was replaced with a robot named Eagle. The logo and portrait on the title screen were both redone.

Japan North America
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The other three characters were changed from three male golfers to an adult couple and a young woman. (Also, Selection instead of Select.)

Japan North America
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The receptionist is a brown-haired Asian woman in Birdie Try and a blonde white woman in Mecarobot Golf. Her hair was made curlier, and her suit was changed from blue to gray. Also, as can be seen above, the game's only course was renamed from "Lake Side Golf Club" to "Hyper Golf Club", with the logo being redesigned.