Tamero! Shoubengozou

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Tamero! Shoubengozou
System(s): Toylet[1]
Publisher: Sega[1]
Genre: Miscellaneous

Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
¥10,000[2] SLS07E990513008[1]

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Tamero! Shoubengozou (溜めろ!小便小僧, lit. "Collect! Manneken Pis") is a Toylet urine measurement game manufactured by Sega[1] and released exclusively in Japan in October 2011.[3][1]


Named after the eponymous urinating Belgian statue, Tamero! Shoubengozou awards the player a score based on how much they can urinate. As the game proceeds, the background slowly fades to a sunset, and at times various Japanese cultural motifs will appear. It stands as one of the system's more recognizable games, with a caricature of Manneken Pis serving as the Toylet's official mascot.

The only game on the system to feature little in the of actual gameplay, Tamero! Shoubengozou exists more as a measurement of the player's amount of urine. It also serves the role of the system's default software - for players who wish to simply use a Toylet-equipped urinal without focusing much effort or attention on playing a game.

Magazine articles

Main article: Tamero! Shoubengozou/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Main article: Tamero! Shoubengozou/Promotional material.

Physical scans

Toylet, JP


Technical information

ROM dump status

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External links