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{{Nihongo|'''Mappy'''|マッピー|}} is a fictional character and the eponymous protagonist of the ''Mappy'' series. He is a anthropomorphic white mouse who's a police officer that goes after the criminal cats [[Meowkies]] and their boss [[Goro]].
|caption = Mappy in [[Mappy]]
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He first appeared in ''[[Mappy]]'', and more installments of the ''Mappy'' series: ''[[Hopping Mappy]]'', ''[[Mappy-Land]]'', ''[[Teku-Teku Mappy]]'', ''[[Mappy de Puzzle]]'', and ''[[Mappy Kids]]''.
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|Row 2 info = Police Officer
 
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}}{{Nihongo|'''Mappy'''|マッピー|}} is the eponymous protagonist of the ''[[Mappy]]'' series. He is a anthropomorphic white mouse who's a police officer that goes after criminal cats, the [[Meowkies]] and their boss [[Goro]].
 
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
===[[Mappy]]===
 
===[[Mappy]]===
Mappy heard the whereabouts of Goro stealing valuable items and keeping them in his warehouse. Luckily, Mappy was able to stop Goro and his Meowkies, going though the warehouse and obtaining the stolen goodies.
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Mappy heard the whereabouts of Goro stealing valuable items keeping them in his warehouse. Luckily, Mappy was able to stop Goro and his Meowkies, go though the warehouse and obtain the stolen goodies.
   
 
==Other appearances==
 
==Other appearances==
 
Mappy appears in the games ''[[Namco Super Wars]]'', ''[[Party Land]]'' and ''[[Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011]].''
 
Mappy appears in the games ''[[Namco Super Wars]]'', ''[[Party Land]]'' and ''[[Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011]].''
 
==List of game appearances==
 
This is a list of game appearances for Mappy. References, such as costumes, are not counted.
 
 
{|class="wikitable sortable"
 
!Title!!Year!!System
 
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|''[[Mappy]]''||1983||Arcade
 
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|''[[Hopping Mappy]]''||1986||Arcade
 
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|''[[Mappy-Land]]''||1986||Nintendo Entertainment System
 
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|''[[Mappy Kids]]''||1989||Nintendo Entertainment System
 
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|''[[Teku-Teku Mappy]]''||2003||Mobile
 
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|''[[Mappy de Puzzle]]''||2003||Mobile
 
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|''[[Mappy: Revenge of Nyamco]]''||2006||Namco Nostalgia
 
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|''[[Pac-Man World Rally]]''||2006||PlayStation Portable
 
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|''[[Mappy World]]''||2011||Mobile
 
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|''Avalon Knight''||2018||Android, iOS
 
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|''Alien Egg''||2018||Android, iOS
 
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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NSWMappy.png|Namco Super Wars
 
NSWMappy.png|Namco Super Wars
 
Famista2011Mappy.jpg|Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011
 
Famista2011Mappy.jpg|Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011
Mappy_-_Avalon_Knight.png|Avalon Knight
 
Mappy_-_Alien_Egg.jpg|Alien Egg
 
 
</gallery>
 
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[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Playable Characters]]
 
[[Category:Males]]
 
[[Category:Mouses]]
 
 
[[Category:Mappy characters]]
 
[[Category:Mappy characters]]
 
[[Category:Namco Super Wars characters]]
 
[[Category:Namco Super Wars characters]]
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