Minon: Everyday Hero

Published by Nordcurrent, Developed by Success

Genres: Action (2 players)

US release date: Aug 18th, 2009 | EU release date: Apr 24th, 2009

Minon: Everyday Hero

If you're after a game with unique gameplay and a very definite visual style then Minon: Everyday Hero will fit the bill perfectly. An original action-platform game created by Japanese developers Success, Minon: Everyday Hero gives to the player the challenge of helping the local townsfolk who are in trouble.

You have to make your way through various locations within the town, including the park, golf course and even the concert hall, solving people's problems as you go. But here's the surreal part - Minon changes his size depending on the proportions of the game world. He can be the size of an insect in one level, and the size of a skyscraper in another. It all depends on the challenges he faces. You can jump between trees, skyscrapers and even people. Just do whatever it takes to help the townspeople!

  • Play either as a single player, or with a friend.
  • Discover secret areas to unlock the next time around.
  • Unique gameplay and visual style add up to something completely different.
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Noah of Nintendo Bunker said:

Who's he? PeeWee's son?

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Someone cooler than you said:

No, he's Mr. T'S neighbor.

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kiki itachi said:

No he's Mr Dick.

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splintercell4ever said:

Mr. D. Goes to Town to go grocery shopping. Come on! You couldn't come up with a more stupid title if you tried.

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D/M??0 said:

I have a feeling that it is the sequel to the PSX game No One Can Stop Mr. Domino, a classic!

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Hey said:

What the heck would a domino do in a town? Hmm, unless the other citizens were dominoes it wouldn't make much sense.

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myspacebarisbroken said:

If that's the case, what's the action of this game? Making an indian line of different domino citizens and see a huge domino effect by pushing the first one? Wow, I wouldn't sleep that night.

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wii-mote dude said:

Okay, this IS a game with Mr Domino (whoever he is). Thankfully Mr D Goes to Town is a working title.

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Captain Jamesman said:

Really, I thought it was Mr Driller.

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Hey said:

Hey, this game looks the cools! But what is a PSX?

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aaron said:

That looks like one trippy game man, a must buy!

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Wii-Worshiper said:

This looks like fun, I should buy this one.

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chees502 said:

Dude that's cool, a domino game. Tell you what, that's an orignal one right there.

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Nintendo iQue said:

It's not that original, D/M's right. It was on the PS1 (which D/M incorrectly called a psx- a psx was a seperate machine that was a giant flop. It had nothing to do with gaming). I dunno, this game seems like it'd get boring fast.

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Captain Jamesman said:

A PSX is another name for the PS1.

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Sonic Fan said:

Maybe it's from an old movie.

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Some guy said:

No the ps1 was the pointless remake of the psx.

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Jimmy said:

PsOne was not so pointless because mine never broke like all my other ps1's and ps2's. PSX was a japanese only tricked out ps2 that had a dvd-r in it or tivo or something along that lines, but long before it came out netters had coined the 3 letter PSX moniker for ps1.

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i need a wii...eww said:

If that's Mr. Destruction I don't want to live in that town right now.

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special kid said:

This will be good if it's what I think it is, a giant domino track.

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DarkVic said:

Mr. D should have never gone to town.

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Luigi said:

That title sounds like a song.

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Pako Doom said:

I like how only one of you managed to figure out what this game most likely is, and it was the 'special' kid.

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Carsr4carpeople1 said:

I've heard this is a sequel to a game called 'No One Can Stop Mr. Domino!'. That game was pretty fun, I'm looking forward to this.

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Shooter Swords said:

Mr D has the best games ever, too bad he's still in Mexico.

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