[[VideoGame/DodgeEm Does that sound familiar?]] This wasn't intended to be a particularly original game, nor was it intended to be played in arcades. This game is a tiny PCB that was made to comply with a regulation in Japan that said that arcade cabinets had to contain a working game of some kind. Several companies, including Sega, created tiny, low-budget "games" that would be sold with their arcade cabinets. ''Dottori-Kun'' was intended to be removed from the cabinet by the arcade owner and replaced with another, better game. It was also used to test the hardware of the cabinet.
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