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Jinsei Game 64 artwork Jinsei Game 64
System: Nintendo 64; Format: Retail
Genre: Casual
Release Date: March 19, 1999 (Japan)
Jinsei Game: Happy Family artwork Jinsei Game: Happy Family
System: Wii; Format: Retail
Genre: Casual
Release Date: November 11, 2010 (Japan)
Jinsei Game: Happy Step artwork Jinsei Game: Happy Step
System: Wii; Format: Download
Genre: Casual
Release Date: October 12, 2010 (Japan)
Jinsei Game Wii artwork Jinsei Game Wii
System: Wii; Format: Retail
Genre: Casual
Release Date: December 27, 2007 (Japan)
Jinsei Game Wii EX artwork Jinsei Game Wii EX
System: Wii; Format: Retail
Genre: Casual
Release Date: November 13, 2008 (Japan)

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