Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir (JP) is a Famicom Disk System video game released in 1988 by Nintendo. It was never released in America or Europe for the NES. In Japan the game was ported to the Game Boy Advance as part of the Famicom Mini collection and later on Wii and 3DS Virtual Console. The game was produced by the late Nintendo veteran Gunpei Yokoi.
The game is very similar to the Shin Onigashima series, which, like The Missing Heir, was released on two disks. It is a command based adventure game that requires both floppy disks if you desire to finish the story. This is not the case with the Game Boy Advance and Virtual Console remakes which contain both disks in one cartridge or download.
On February 17, 2021, an enhanced remake of the game as well as its second part were announced on Nintendo Direct for release on the Nintendo Switch on May 14 of the same year, with the remakes also being the first instance to have an overseas release.
- Famicom Tantei Club at Nintendo's Wii Virtual Console page (Japan)
- Famicom Tantei Club at Nintendo's 3DS Virtual Cosnole page (Japan)
- Famicom Tantei Club at Nintendo's Wii U Virutal Console page (Japan)
- Famicom Tantei Club at The Visual Novel Database
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