Wily & Right No Rock Board: That's Paradise

Wily & Right No Rock Board: That's Paradise

Wily & Right no RockBoard: That's Paradise (ワイリー&ライトのRockBoard ザッツ*パラダイス?) is a spin-off video game title in the original Mega Man series from Capcom. It is a business simulation game that is similar to board game Monopoly, in which players and the computer AI take turns going around a set of connected squares, buying up property, and charging other participants rent when they land on those spaces.

Wily & Right no RockBoard was released on January 15, 1993 for the Family Computer only in Japan, though an unreleased English translation and a Game Boy version may have been in development. Critical reception for the game from Western gaming websites has been decidedly poor.

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