Magical Hat

Magical Hat (まじかるハット Majikaru Hatto) is an anime series by Studio Pierrot. The 33 episode series aired on Fuji Television (CX) from October 18, 1989, to July 6, 1990.[1]

The series stars Hat, the descendant of a hero who fought an evil king and sealed Devildom. Hat falls into Devildom and finds he has to defeat the evil king.

The 1990 Mega Drive game Magical Hat's Turbo Flight! Adventure (まじかるハットのぶっとびターボ!大冒険 Majikaru Hatto no Buttobi Tābo! Daibōken) is based on this series. Due to the game's developer failing to secure the Magical Hat license outside Japan, it was completely redone and released in 1991 as Decap Attack. The game features different characters, story, art, music, and level design, but the same general gameplay.

Magical Hat
Magical Hat anime logo
まじかるハット
(Majikaru Hatto)
Anime television series
Directed byHiroyuki Yokoyama
Osamu Kamimura
Yuji Kawahara
Produced byKenji Shimizu (Fuji TV)
Yoshihisa Tachikawa (Fuji TV)
Minoru Ohno (Yomiko Advertising Inc.)
Shigehiro Suzuki (Pierrot)
Written byKenji Terada
Music byEdison
StudioStudio Pierrot
Original networkFuji TV (1989-1990)
Original run October 18, 1989 July 6, 1990
Episodes33
Game
Magical Hat's Turbo Flight! Adventure
DeveloperVic Tokai
PublisherSega
GenrePlatform
PlatformMega Drive
ReleasedDecember 15, 1990

References

  1. ^ "Magical Hat Archived 2009-01-15 at the Wayback Machine.." Studio Pierrot. Retrieved on February 10, 2009.

External links

1989 in Japanese television

Events in 1989 in Japanese television.

1990 in Japanese television

Events in 1990 in Japanese television.

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