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|title = ''Hobo Nichi Rosenzu''
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|image = [[Image:HoboNichiRosenzu.jpg|center]]
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|developer = [[Nintendo]]
 
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|released = [[Image:Japan.gif|15 px]] January 28, [[2009]]
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|genre = Miscellaneous
 
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|modes = Single player
 
|modes = Single player
 
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'''''Hobo Nichi Rosenzu''''' is a downloadable [[DSiWare]] application released in January of [[2009]] exclusively in Japan. The app allows its owners to see maps all across Japan. Cities that are included are Fukuoka, Kobe, Kyoto, Nagoya, Sapporo, and Tokyo. The game is controlled entirely with the touch screen. The map you navigate around has been compared to the one featured in ''[[Personal Trainer: Cooking]]'' when searching for world recipes, though naturally much smaller. You can check the stops that the trains will make, make notes for various train stops, and even take pictures of them with the Nintendo DSi's camera.
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'''''Hobo Nichi Rosenzu 2009''''' is a downloadable [[DSiWare]] application released in January of [[2009]] exclusively in Japan. The app allows its owners to see maps all across Japan. Cities that are included are Fukuoka, Kobe, Kyoto, Nagoya, Sapporo, and Tokyo. The game is controlled entirely with the touch screen. The map you navigate around has been compared to the one featured in ''[[Personal Trainer: Cooking]]'' when searching for world recipes, though naturally much smaller. You can check the stops that the trains will make, make notes for various train stops, and even take pictures of them with the Nintendo DSi's camera.
   
 
The application costs 500 [[Nintendo Points]], or about $5. The game supports [[Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection]], which is thought to be used for making updates to the software.
 
The application costs 500 [[Nintendo Points]], or about $5. The game supports [[Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection]], which is thought to be used for making updates to the software.
[[Category: DSiWare games]]
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[[Category:DSiWare games]]
[[Category: 2009 video games]]
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[[Category:2009 video games]]
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[[Category:Nintendo DSi applications]]
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[[Category:Games published by Nintendo]]
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[[Category:Japan exclusive games]]

Revision as of 18:39, February 16, 2015

Hobo Nichi Rosenzu 2009 is a downloadable DSiWare application released in January of 2009 exclusively in Japan. The app allows its owners to see maps all across Japan. Cities that are included are Fukuoka, Kobe, Kyoto, Nagoya, Sapporo, and Tokyo. The game is controlled entirely with the touch screen. The map you navigate around has been compared to the one featured in Personal Trainer: Cooking when searching for world recipes, though naturally much smaller. You can check the stops that the trains will make, make notes for various train stops, and even take pictures of them with the Nintendo DSi's camera.

The application costs 500 Nintendo Points, or about $5. The game supports Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, which is thought to be used for making updates to the software.

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