Mr. Do!, like many games of its time, has been ported to a variety of computer systems and video game consoles, including the Atari 2600, several Atari 8-bit home computers, the ColecoVision, Apple II, MSX, Tomy Tutor and the Commodore 64 series of computers. The game has also been adapted to more advanced systems, including Nintendo's Game Boy and Super NES (providing some new gameplay features), and a standalone handheld LCD adaptation was released by Tomy in 1983. Each port offers varying differences in gameplay from the arcade version, the most common of which is the fact that the bonus credit awarded by the diamond has been removed. The game has also seen numerous unauthorized clones released for various hardware platforms.
Mr. Do! was followed by three sequels: Mr. Do's Castle in 1983 (also known as Mr. Do vs. the Unicorns), Mr. Do's Wild Ride and Do! Run Run both in 1984.
A completely new version of the game, Neo Mr. Do!, was developed by Visco and licensed by Universal for SNK's Neo Geo system in 1996.There is also a scheduled release of the arcade version on the Wii Virtual Console released in Japan on April 27, 2010.
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