• List of Doraemon media | Manga Wiki | Fandom

    This is a list of all Doraemon media releases. 1 Manga 1.1 Derivative manga 2 Anime 3 Anime specials 4 Films 4.1 Short Films 4.1.1 Dorami-chan Films 4.1.2 The Doraemons Films 4.1.3 Dorami-chan and Doraemons Films 5 Musicals 6 Video games 6.1 Arcadia 2001 6.2 Super Cassette Vision 6.3 Famicom 6.4 Super Famicom 6.5 Nintendo 64 6.6 Nintendo Gamecube 6.7 Game Boy 6.8 Game Boy Color 6.9 …

  • Ayana Nobi | Doraemon Fanon Wiki | Fandom

    Ayanna Nobi (or ) is a fanon character from Doraemon series. She was Sewashi's cousinand Nobita & Shizuka's great grand daughter. 1 Personality 2 Appearance 3 Relationships 3.1 Nobita 3.2 Shizuka 3.3 Doraemon 3.4 Sewashi 3.5 Kurt Hartman 4 Trivia She was described as a tomboy, adventurous & rebellious by her own cousin Sewashi. She was introduced to Nobita in an episode by ...

  • Doraemon | Qmuannt Wiki | Fandom

    Doraemon (Template:Lang-ja) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio, the pen name of the duo Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko. The series has also been adapted into a successful anime series and media franchise. The story revolves around a robotic named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 21st century to aid a boy named Template:Nihongo. The Doraemon ...

  • Doraemon | Fandom - Disney Wiki | Fandom

    Feb 16, 2015· Video Games. Classic games. DuckTales; Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers; Castle of Illusion; QuackShot; ... Doraemon. Could anyone help with the Doraemon (character) page (edited by Toonking1985) 0. 0. No replies yet. Be the first! ... Disney Wiki is a FANDOM …

  • List of Doraemon video games | Doraemon Wiki | Fandom

    Doraemon: Oyako de Sūji Asobi: April 15, 2016 Doraemon: Oyako de Kanji Asobi: December 27, 2016 Doraemon Repair Shop: November 13, 2013 Doraemon Repair Shop Seasons: May 1, 2014 Doraemon Comic World: August 25, 2015 (discontinued on Android) Doraemon Doublixir: July 1, 2014 (Android only release, discontinued) Doraemon Time Travel Dream

  • Doraemon Wiki | Fandom

    This wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia for virtually everything related to the mega-successful Japanese franchise and world of "Doraemon". There are 5,475 articles and 25,017 images! and we are still growing. We hope to provide a definitive resource of information on the cultural phenomenon, all in the English-language! The Wiki allows anyone to create or edit the articles, so we can all ...

  • List of Doraemon video games - Wikipedia

    Many Doraemon video games were released for most video game systems in Japan Other platforms. Title Platform Publisher Genre Release Date Doraemon: Arcadia 2001--- Doraemon Nobita's Time Machine the Great Adventure: Super Cassette Vision--- Doraemon …

  • Doraemon Battleground: Invasion from ... - Doraemon Fanon Wiki

    Sep 21, 2016· Doraemon Battleground: Invasion from The Future (ドラえもんの:の Doraemon no senjō: Mirai no kōgeki) is a video game developed by Reconsoft Tokyo and published by Reconsoft.It's the first entry of the Doraemon Battleground video game series which depict Doraemon universe and told the story in semi-military theme but still retain the humor and the kid friendliness ...

  • Doraemon Wii - Wikipedia

    Doraemon Wii - Secret Tool King Tournament known in Japan as Doraemon Wii - Himitsu Douguou Ketteisen (ドラえもん Wii ひみつ) is a video game based on the manga and anime series Doraemon.It was released in Japan on December 6, 2007 for the Nintendo Wii game …

  • Doraemon and the Winged Warriors | Ficreation | Fandom

    Nobita and the Winged Braves(ドラえもん のびとのたち,'Doraemon Nobita to Tsubasa no Yūsha-tachi'), also known asDoraemon and the Winged Warriors,is a feature-lengthDoraemonfilm which premiered in Japan on 10 March 2001, based on the 21st volume of the same name of theDoraemon Long Storiesseries. It's the 22ndDoraemon film. It was released in India on 8 September 2019 ...

  • Doraemon | Legends of the Multi Universe Wiki | Fandom

    "Doraemon" or simplyDoraemonis the main, titular character of all Doraemon media (including, but not limited to the original manga, the anime (1973, 1979, and 2005), video games, and movies). 1 The Miracle Elite Storyline 2 Dynasty Warriors 3 Relationships 3.1 Bugs Bunny 3.2 Souji Tendou 4...

  • Doraemon | Xianb Wiki | Fandom

    #MS-903 "Doraemon"or simplyDoraemonis the main, titular character of all Doraemon media (including, but not limited to the original manga, the anime [1973, 1979, and 2005], video games, and movies). Doraemon's signature colour is blue and he is usually represented by the colour blue. Doraemon's lack of clothingwas lampshaded byDaku. In Japan, even after nearly 40 years of the character's first ...

  • Doraemon no Supēsuairando | Video Game Fanon Wiki | Fandom

    Doraemon no Supēsuairando (ドラえもんのスペースアイランド Doraemon no Supēsuairando, lit. Doraemon's Space Island) or known as Doraemon in Space Island in English, is a game released only in Japan by Denzuko for the Arcade in 1992.

  • Doraemon | Fictionaltvstations Wiki | Fandom

    Doraemon is an animated TV series, produced by TV Asahi and Shin-ei Animation since 1979. 1 Plot 2 History 3 Broadcast format 4 International airings 4.1 Asia 4.2 Europe 4.3 North America 4.4 Worldwide 5 Spin-offs 6 Merchandising Every episode usually revolves around the titular Doraemon character himself, a robotic sent back from the year 2112 to the present day in order to aid the ...

  • Doraemon (Piramca) | Dream Fiction Wiki | Fandom

    Video games. All Doraemon games that have been released in the Japan have also been released in Piramca. Doraemon World. Doraemon World has been released in the Piramca sporadically. A majority of the events since 1996 were organized by PDE Entertainment, including the Doraemon Tour in 2000, and the distribution at the Doraemon Tour in 2003. Anime

  • Doraemon in North America and the USA | Doraemon Wiki | Fandom

    Video games. For many years, very few Doraemon video games have made it into the United States, but Doraemon: Meikyū Daisakusen, which released for PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16), was heavily localized and edited for Western audiences as Cratermaze, which restored the game to its original "Booby Kids / Kid no Hore Hore Daisakusen" form, because the ...

  • Doraemon | Anime Universe Wikia | Fandom

    Video games. For more details on this topic, see List of Doraemon video games. There are a total of 63 Japanese-only video games ranging from platformer games to RPG games, which began with the Emerson's Arcadia 2001 system. Doraemon can also be seen in Namco's popular Taiko no Tatsujin rhythm game series like Taiko no Tatsujin (11 – 14 only ...

  • Doraemon | Crayon Shin-chan Wiki | Fandom

    #MS-903 "Doraemon" or simply Doraemon is the titular protagonist of all Doraemon media (including, but not limited to the original manga, anime, video games, and movies).Doraemon's signature color is blue and he is usually represented by the color blue. Trivia. Doraemon and Nobita were referenced in an Crayon Shin-chan anime episode.

  • Doraemon: Legends of the Anywhere Door | Idea Wiki | Fandom

    The English dub of this video game was based on the 1997-2005 English dub of Doraemon. Some of the characters are voiced by different voice actors in the English dub. Plot. Doraemon, Nobu, Violet, Zippy, and Giant have transported to an arcade run by evil villains. They have to figure out the secrets of the Anywhere Door and how it got invented.

  • Doraemon | Manga Wiki | Fandom

    Wasabi Mizuta voiced Doraemon. Video games. There are nearly 50 Japanese-only video games ranging from trap-em-ups to RPG games, that began with the Emerson's Arcadia 2001 system. For a complete list of these games see List of Doraemon media.

  • List of Doraemon video games - fr.qaz.wiki

    Liste des jeux vidéo Doraemon - List of Doraemon video games. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre . De nombreux jeux vidéo Doraemon ont été lancés pour la plupart des systèmes de jeux vidéo au Japon. Contenu . 1 Autres plateformes ; 2 Super Cassette Vision ; 3 garçon virtuel ...

  • Category:Video games | Doraemon Wiki | Fandom

    Doraemon: The New Nobita's Great Demon ~Peko and the Exploration Party of 5~ (video game) Doraemon: Wakuwaku Pocket Paradise Doraemon: Yume Dorobou to 7 Nin no Gozansu

  • Doraemon | VS Battles Wiki | Fandom

    Summary. #MS-903 "Doraemon" or simply Doraemon is the main, titular character of all Doraemon media (including, but not limited to the original manga, anime, video games, and movies). He is a robot from the 22nd century who travels back to 20th century to help improve the miserable life of Nobita, who will become the great-great-grandfather of Sewashi, Doraemon…

  • Doraemon Story of Seasons | Nintendo | Fandom

    Doraemon Story of Seasons isa farming simulation role-playing video game for the Nintendo Switch which is a crossover of the Story of Seasons series of video games and the Doraemon franchise. The game is developed by Brownies in license fromMarvelous and published by Bandai Namco. The title's release marks the first release of a Doraemon video game to the western audience. The game …

  • Doraemon | Mighty355 Wikia | Fandom

    #MS-903 "Doraemon"or simplyDoraemonis the main, titular character of all Doraemon media (including, but not limited to the original manga, anime, video games, and movies). Doraemon's signature color is yellow were he was born in 2112, when the robot mice came created by Sewashi Nobi, when Doraemon's Ears were bean eaten by It for the first time, He's usually represented by the color blue. …

  • Doraemon I | KuuImpact Wiki | Fandom

    Doraemon I is a let's play series by KuuImpact from 2010. It was the start of a "series let's play", where Kuu played through all of the Doraemon video games on Super Famicom. Doraemon I is the first game out of four Super Famicom Doraemon games. Kuu played them all throughout the next 2 years, with all of them becoming immensely popular for Kuu's channel. These games have gained Kuu thousands ...

  • Wikizero - List of Doraemon video games

    List of Doraemon video games From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia. Many Doraemon video games were released for most video game systems in Japan. Contents. 1 Other platforms; 2 Super Cassette Vision; 3 Virtual Boy; 4 Arcade; 5 Game Boy Advance; 6 Wii; 7 …