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Magical Drop F - Daibouken mo Rakujyanai! (マジカルドロップF - 大冒険 も 楽じゃない, Magical Drop F: The Big Adventure is Not Easy) is the fourth main Magical Drop game. It was released exclusively for the Sony PlayStation on October 21, 1999. Magical Drop F includes character-specific items that have various effects when activated.

Characters[]

Returning Characters[]

NOTE: All characters return from each Magical Drop game.

Newcomers[]

Non-Playable Characters[]

  • Black Pierrot (cameo on Daughter Strength's dizzified head)
  • Fool Cat (appears alongside Fool)
  • Gao Gao (appears alongside Daughter Strength)
  • A white-haired girl with a teddy bear (Story mode)
  • A male villager (Story Mode)
  • A male woodsperson (Story Mode)
  • A female villager (Story Mode)
  • A male guard (Story Mode)
  • Bunny Magician (Story Mode)
  • An old man (Story Mode)
  • A native village girl (Story Mode)
  • Princess Star (Story Mode)

1P Vs. COM Stage Order[]

Easy[]

Stage Number Opponent
1 Fool
2 Magician
3 High Priestess

Medium[]

NOTE: From stages 2-7, one group of characters will be chosen at random. Fool remains on the first stage, Fortune remains on the final stage, and Burnz can be challenged on the secret stage. However, they do not count on some of these groups. See "Trivia" for the objective on how to reach Burnz's stage.

Stage Number Females (1) Females (2) Heroes Males Master Challengers Neo Challengers Villains World's Warriors
1 Fool
2 Daughter Strength World Lovers Emperor High Priestess Magician Devil Hierophant
3 Sun Moon Emperor Magician Star Daughter Strength Father Strength Lovers
4 Lovers Death Judgement Chariot Chariot Empress Hanged Man Sun
5 Star Empress Temperance Hermit Justice Devil Moon Devil
6 Death High Priestess Justice Father Strength Hermit Hermit Death Temperance
7 Judgement Star World Hierophant Tower Tower Tower World
Final Wheel of Fortune
Secret Burnz

Hard[]

NOTE: The player must defeat all of the characters that were shown in this exact order.

Stage Number Opponent
1 World
2 Fool
3 Magician
4 High Priestess
5 Hierophant
6 Emperor
7 Lovers
8 Daughter Strength
9 Father Strength
10 Devil
11 Empress
12 Justice
13 Chariot
14 Hermit
15 Temperance
16 Star
17 Sun
18 Judgement
19 Hanged Man
20 Death
21 Moon
22 Tower
Final Wheel of Fortune
Secret Burnz

Voice Cast[]

Voice Actor Character
Akira Suda Fool, Piggy (Butasan)
Yui Horie Star, Fool Cat (Fool Neko)
Kōki Miyata Magician
Yūko Mizutani Justice, High Priestess
Ai Orikasa Daughter Strength, Empress
K. ta Nishihara Emperor
Mari Mashiba Hierophant, Sun
Satomi Kōrogi Rini, World
Hideki Ogihara Chariot, Tower
Ken Yamaguchi Father Strength, Hanged Man
Takayasu Usui Hermit, Burnz, Gao Gao
Naoko Matsui Fortune, Devil
Yuka Tokumitsu Temperance, Death
Nanako Itsumi Moon
Tomoko Kawakami Judgement

Trivia[]

  • Magical Drop F was previously available on the North American PlayStation Network as a PSOne Classic, but was delisted and never returned. Interestingly, every Magical Drop game was delisted from Japanese PSN as well, but eventually returned.
  • Burnz's stage can be reached in 1P vs. COM, after scoring at least 150,000 or more points on the medium difficulty, and 1,500,000 points on the hard difficulty without having a chance to use a continue. NOTE: Upon further testing, this appears to be false and requires more research. The exact conditions to face Burnz are currently unclear.
  • On the Medium difficulty of 1P vs. COM, High Priestess and Tower are the only characters to be challenged before the exact character. High Priestess can be challenged before Star, while Tower can be challenged before Fortune at the final stage due to being a sub-boss on the seventh stage.
    • Hanged Man is the only character to remain on one category on the medium difficulty of 1P vs. COM.
  • World and Burnz do not visually change when their items are being used.
  • Black Pierrot is the only character from Magical Drop III who is not playable in this game. He does, however, made a cameo in one of Daughter Strength's animations.
  • Four characters in the Character Artwork concept pages are misspelt:
    • Magician as "Mgician"
    • Judgement as "Judement"
    • Emperor as "Empereor"
    • Temperance as "Tenperance"
  • Whether intentional or purely coincidental, Magical Drop F shares many similarities with Puyo Puyo~n. Both puzzle games are the fourth mainline entries in their respective series, released in 1999, were console-exclusive entries in traditionally arcade-based series, changed from super-deformed art to slightly more realistic proportions, and introduced character-specific powers.

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