Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: Tokimeki Party (美少女戦士セーラームーン セーラースターズ ときめきパーティ) is a video game released for the Sega Pico by Bandai solely in Japan in 1996.


The game is set during the events of the Stars season.


Sugoroku - In this mode, the player can pick from one of the five characters from the Inner Senshi and will control them all by turns. To play this game, the player rolls a die and then moves the corresponding amount of steps. Regular crescent moon-shaped squares do not give any bonuses. A circle with the "game" text begins one of the ten mini games, selected at random. A circle with a question mark begins a quiz game, also selected at random. If the player wins, they will see a new screen with Chibi Chibi, on which they can pick their prize. Prizes allow the player advance five steps, advance three steps, throw a die or wait one turn. If the player loses, they will see the same prizes, but after picking one will move in a backwards direction instead of advancing. Highlighted prizes will rotate, so the player has to be careful with timing when selecting the prize. A blue star-shaped square with dice allows the player to roll again. A pink star-shaped square with the text "1 kai yasumi" will make them wait one turn, giving the opponent two turns in a row. A circle with a microphone will bring the player to another mini game where the have to sing along with the Three Lights. There is also one special square that cannot be skipped, which has the Eternal Moon Article on it. On this square, the player will play a mini game with two chests and then watch Eternal Sailor Moon's transformation sequence.



Back cover of the game

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