Anmitsu Hime

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Anmitsu Hime
System(s): Sega Master System
Publisher: Sega
Licensor: Shosuke Kurakane, Kobunsha, Studio Pierrot
Genre: Adventure[1]

Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Master System
¥5,0005,000 G-1328

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Anmitsu Hime (あんみつ姫) is a Sega Master System action adventure game developed and published by Sega. Released exclusively in Japan in July 1987, the game is based off the titular 1986 television series Anmitsu Hime.

Anmitsu Hime was later localized and released outside Japan as 1989's Alex Kidd: High-Tech World, with the game's characters and setting replaced with those of Alex Kidd.


A new cake shop has opened in town, and Princess Anmitsu wants to visit it, but the map that show its location was torn in 8 separate pieces. She must find all pieces of the map and sneak out of her castle before the cake shop closes.

Production credits

Developer mentions[2]

Magazine articles

Main article: Anmitsu Hime/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

Master System, JP
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AnmitsuHime SMS JP Cart.jpg

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Master System
CRC32 fff63b0b
MD5 c6e271132566b4dd03981dcf2f8a6477
SHA-1 74057d3b7f384c91871a2db2fbc86d3e700c45e5
128kB Cartridge (JP)


Anmitsu Hime

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