Araiguma Rascal: Raccoon Rascal is a 1994 Super Famicom puzzle game that plays similarly to Wario's Woods. It is based on Rascal the Raccoon ("Araiguma Rascal"), the 1977 World Masterpiece Theater anime adaptation of the 1963 children's novel Rascal: A Memoir of a Better Era. In the book, the author Sterling North recounts his childhood at the beginning of the 20th century, made memorable by a rambunctious pet raccoon named Rascal who often caused trouble for him and his family.
In the game, the goal is to stack three items of the same type horizontally or vertically to clear them. New objects get dropped in constantly, and Rascal must lift and place the objects where they can be cleared away. In order to reach the full breadth of the playing field, the player must keep the level of tiles even, as a high stack is impossible for Rascal to jump over or climb up.