- Released by Nintendo
- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 2nd Nov 1997
Ink in, ink out, scratch head, restart level
It is quite amazing to see the number of Super Famicom exclusives that not only would have probably done well in the West if released during the console's peak years, but also still mix it up with current generation offerings. For your consideration, Sutte Hakkun (gesundheit) by Nintendo and the very...
Sutte Hakkun might just be one of the most unique video game experiences ever crafted.
Every so often a game comes along that makes you take your thumb off the fire button and don your thinking cap. But who wants to have to spend a lot of time thinking just to get through a game, you say? Well one thing that stands abundantly clear from playing...
Help Hakkun collect the Rainbow Shards in order to reconstruct the Rainbow of Happiness and restore peace to the land!
Sutte Hakkun was first released on Nintendo's Satellaview datacasting service in Japan on November 2, 1997. After becoming a hugely successful title on the service, the game was finally made available as a retail Super Famicom release in 1998 and contained additional levels not found in the original Satellaview release.
Sutte Hakkun combines platforming and puzzle elements together in one of the most unique video game releases ever made. Using Hakkun's unique ability to inhale objects and various-colored Nectars, you can manipulate blocks around each level in order to reach the Rainbow Shard.
- 100 mind-bending levels to solve
- Unique style of game play
- In-game hints
Can you help Hakkun reconstruct the shattered Rainbow of Happines and restore peace to the land?