Sega NAOMI, Wii, Nintendo DS
Sega Software R&D Dept. 3  Full Fat Productions
(ジャンボサファリ) is a driving adventure game developed by Jambo! Safari AM2/ AM3 and published by Sega for the Sega NAOMI arcade system in 1999. The game was ported to the Wii and Nintendo DS ten years later by Full Fat with the title . In Europe and Australia the Wii version is named Jambo! Safari: Animal Rescue .
Jambo! Safari: Ranger Adventure
Jambo! Safari was released on the Dreamcast-based NAOMI hardware, it was never released for the Dreamcast itself. The Official Dreamcast Magazine (UK) reported that it would be released as part of a compilation with and Brave Firefighters , but no such compilation materialised.
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Jambo! Safari, players take the role of a park ranger studying wildlife. In order to research animals, the player must drive a jeep through the serengeti and capture several different species of animals by using the gear shift lever to launch a lasso. When an animal is lassoed, the player must carefully "reel in" the animal, being careful not to break the rope. The Wii version has the same gameplay as the arcade game, modified to accommodate the Wii's motion controls. The console version also features updated graphics, allows the player to customize characters and vehicles, and features several new gameplay modes, where players can interact with captured animals, treat their injuries and feed them. Cooperative missions and 4-player party games were also added.
The DS version of the game is intended for younger players and focuses on educating children about animals during gameplay. This version of the game makes use of the DS stylus to perform actions such as diagnosing and treating animals.
chief graphic designer: Shinichi Nakagawa
graphic designers: Megumi Matsuda, Satoru Okano, Naoko Ofuji, Michinari Terada, Shinsuke Miyamura, Masaki Takahashi, Hiroshi Iijima, Hiroko Yamazaki
chief programmer: Narito Serizawa
programmers: Hiroyuki Kataoka, Atsushi Nakaza, Shinichiro Yamamoto, Atsushi Watanabe
mechanical supervisor: Masao Yoshimoto
mechanic engineers: Seiji Ishii, Asazo Tominaga, Toshiya Yamaguchi
electric engineers: Tomoyuki Goto, Nobuto Kashiwagi
cabinet designer: Kimio Tsuda
sound staff: Kentaro Kobayashi, Yuko Iseki
public relations: Shintaro Takaya
director: Shinichi Ogasawara
assistant director: Ayako Narumi
producer: Hisao Oguchi
special thanks to: Takeshi Sano(Okapi), sound system, Kazuya Fujishima, Yohsuke Takeda, Tatsuya Shizu, NAOMI-library team, staff of Shinjuki Sportsland #3, Ikebukuro Gigo, Tokyo Zoological Park Society, Shigeo Nakagawa Presented by: SEGA
© SEGA 1999
Main article: Jambo! Safari/Magazine articles.
Wii/Nintendo DS press release
Nintendo DS version
Nintendo DS, US
Nintendo DS, UK
Nintendo DS, BX
Nintendo DS, FR
Nintendo DS, DE
Nintendo DS, AT
Nintendo DS, ES
Nintendo DS, IT
Nintendo DS, AU
ROM dump status
File:Sega Arcade History JP EnterBrain Book-1.pdf, page 171
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(archived: 2009-12-23 01:12) http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sega-Jambo-Safari-Wii/dp/B002IC1K6G
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(archived: 2019-06-29 21:19) https://www.amazon.de/Sega-00246-Jambo-Safari/dp/B002J29ETK/
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