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}}'''''Middle School English''''' ({{Mousetext|動動腦 II: 國中英文(一)|Dòng dòngnǎo II: Guó zhōng yīngwén (yī)}}) is an unlicensed educational title developed by L.C. Tchacvosky for [[Sachen]] in 1989. Its target audience are Chinese schoolers trying to learn the basics of English. Upon completing some exercises, the learner can play a game of ''[[Pyramid]]''.
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'''''Middle School English''''' ({{Mousetext|動動腦 II: 國中英文(一)|Dòng dòngnǎo II: Guó zhōng yīngwén (yī)}}) is an unlicensed educational title developed by L.C. Tchacvosky for [[Sachen]] in 1989. Its target audience are Chinese schoolers trying to learn the basics of English. Upon completing some exercises, the learner can play a game of ''[[Pyramid]]''.
 
The game was later adapted for the Korean audience and distributed by [[Kuk Je Academy]] in 1991 as '''''English, Pyramid''''' ({{Mousetext|영어, 피라미드|Yeong-eo, pilamideu}}).
 
The game was later adapted for the Korean audience and distributed by [[Kuk Je Academy]] in 1991 as '''''English, Pyramid''''' ({{Mousetext|영어, 피라미드|Yeong-eo, pilamideu}}).
   
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*While ''Pyramid'' is offered as mini-game to reward the player for their effort, it actually predates the original release of ''Pyramid''.
 
*While ''Pyramid'' is offered as mini-game to reward the player for their effort, it actually predates the original release of ''Pyramid''.
 
*The game's title implies that it is the sequel to ''[[The Penguin & Seal]]'' (known as ''Dong Dong Nao I'' in Taiwan), but the games have nothing to do with each other aside from both being developed by Sachen.
 
*The game's title implies that it is the sequel to ''[[The Penguin & Seal]]'' (known as ''Dong Dong Nao I'' in Taiwan), but the games have nothing to do with each other aside from both being developed by Sachen.
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
SA-003 boxcover.jpg|Taiwanese Box Cover
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SA-003 boxcover.jpg|Taiwanese Box Cover.
Img20191112 18265453.jpg|Korean Box Cover
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Img20191112 18265453.jpg|Korean Box Cover.
20191112 175559.jpg|Cartridge front
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20191112 175559.jpg|Cartridge front.
20191112 175624.jpg|Cartridge back
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20191112 175624.jpg|Cartridge back.
Img20191112 18320688.jpg|Front of the manual
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Img20191112 18320688.jpg|Front of the manual.
Img20191112 18371347.jpg|Manual Page 3
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Img20191112 18371347.jpg|Manual Page 3.
Img20191112 18394844.jpg|Manual Page 4-5
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Img20191112 18394844.jpg|Manual Page 4-5.
Img20191112 18421394.jpg|Manual Page 5-6
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Img20191112 18421394.jpg|Manual Page 5-6.
img20191112_18445215.jpg|Manual Page 7-8
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img20191112_18445215.jpg|Manual Page 7-8.
img20191112_18524933.jpg|Manual Page 9-10
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img20191112_18524933.jpg|Manual Page 9-10.
img20191112_18560700.jpg|Manual Page 11-12
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img20191112_18560700.jpg|Manual Page 11-12.
img20191112_18582905.jpg|Manual Page 13-14
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img20191112_18582905.jpg|Manual Page 13-14.
img20191112_19040996.jpg|Back of manual
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img20191112_19040996.jpg|Back of manual.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
[[Category:Games]]
 
[[Category:Games]]

Revision as of 01:31, November 13, 2019

Dong Dong Nao II - Guo Zhong Ying Wen
動動腦 II: 國中英文(一)
Ddg2-title
Title screen (Taiwanese version).
Publisher Sachen, Kuk Je Academy
Developer L.C. Tchacvosky
Cart ID(s) SA-003, K-001 (K)
Console Famicom / NES
Date 1989, 1991 (K)
Alternate names/hacks Middle School English
English
Pyramid

Middle School English (動動腦 II: 國中英文(一)) is an unlicensed educational title developed by L.C. Tchacvosky for Sachen in 1989. Its target audience are Chinese schoolers trying to learn the basics of English. Upon completing some exercises, the learner can play a game of Pyramid. The game was later adapted for the Korean audience and distributed by Kuk Je Academy in 1991 as English, Pyramid (영어, 피라미드).

Trivia

  • While Pyramid is offered as mini-game to reward the player for their effort, it actually predates the original release of Pyramid.
  • The game's title implies that it is the sequel to The Penguin & Seal (known as Dong Dong Nao I in Taiwan), but the games have nothing to do with each other aside from both being developed by Sachen.

Gallery

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