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Sanrio Carnival 2

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Sanrio Carnival 2
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Developer(s) Character Soft, Mario
Publisher(s) Character Soft
Release date(s) Japan January 14, 1993
Japan March 19, 1993
(Game Boy)
Genre Puzzle
Platform(s) Famicom, Game Boy
Serial code(s) CTS-SQ (Famicom),
DMG-S6J (Game Boy)

Sanrio Carnival 2 (Japanese: サンリオカーニバル2) are video games published by Character Soft for Nintendo's Famicom game system (known outside of Japan as the Nintendo Entertainment System) and Game Boy game system. Mario Co., Ltd. also own a copyright to the games (1992 for the Famicom version and 1993 for the Game Boy version).

It is the sequel to Sanrio Carnival.

It was released on January 14, 1993 for the Famicom, and on March 19, 1993 for the Game Boy, only in Japan.


The genre of this game is a puzzle game, like the original Sanrio Carnival. The game features a mode in which the player must advance through multiple stages, such as one featuring the character Minna no Tābō.

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