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The latest issue of Famitsu features images of the new games found in Game Center CX: Arino no Chousenjou 2, the sequel to Retro Game Challenge. Like the first game, Game Center CX 2 is a collection of individual challenges regarding specific goals in made-up retrogames.

The new games include Triotos, a falling-block puzzle game made to look Game Boy-esque; Mutekiken Kung Fu, a scrolling martial arts action game in the style of Karateka; Wiz-Man, a Pac-Man style maze game starring a ghost wizard thing; Kacho wa Meitantei (The Chief is a Great Detective), a graphical text adventure; and Demon Returns, a cute platformer starring the little demon seen above.

Weirdest of all is Kugure! Girijan MAX, a fictional handheld "game training tool" that seems to teach platforming skills. Hit the link for 1up's description of each game!

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