Mappy

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Mappy
DeveloperNamco
Namcot (NES)
PublisherNamco
Blaze Entertainment (Evercade)
SystemsEvercade, FM-7, Game Boy Advance, Flashback Blast!, Game Gear, MSX, NES, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, Palm OS, PC-6001, PC-8000, PC-88, PS4, Sharp MZ, Sharp X1, Sord M5, Super Cassette Vision, Wii, Wii U, Windows, Windows Mobile, Xbox 360, Xbox One
ReleasedArcade
JP: March 1, 1983
NA: April 1983
EU: 1983
Sord M5
JP: 1983
Sharp X1
JP: January 1984
Sharp MZ
JP: August 1984
Family Computer
JP: November 14, 1984
MSX
JP: 1984
PC-88
JP: May 1986
PC-8000
JP: June 1986
PC-6001
JP: September 1986
FM-7, Super Cassette Vision
JP: 1986
Game Gear
JP: May 24, 1991
Windows
JP: April 16, 1999
Game Boy Advance
JP: February 14, 2004
Palm OS
NA: November 10, 2004
Windows Mobile
NA: June 13, 2005
Wii (Arcade, Virtual Console)
JP: January 29, 2008
AU/EU/NA: March 25, 2009
Xbox 360 (Namco Museum Virtual Arcade)
NA: November 4, 2008
EU: May 15, 2009
AU: June 3, 2009
JP: November 5, 2009
Wii (Famicom, Virtual Console)
JP: April 14, 2009
Wii U (Famicom, Virtual Console)
JP: May 15, 2013
3DS (Famicom, Virtual Console)
JP: August 28, 2013
Bandai Namco Flashback Blast! (NES)
NA: September 27, 2018
Bandai Namco Arcade Blast! (Arcade)
NA: May 13, 2020
Evercade (Namco Museum Collection 1)
EU: May 22, 2020
One, PS4, Switch, Windows (Archives)
WW: June 18, 2020
Added to
museum
Xbox 360 (Virtual Arcade): December 25, 2008
Windows (Archives): November 2, 2020
Switch (Archives): April 14, 2021
Evercade (Namco Collection 1): May 1, 2021

Mappy is a platform video game developed by Namco.