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    Wall Street Kid

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released Dec 20, 1989

    Wall Street Kid is a 1990 stock market simulation game developed by SOFEL Corp. in which the player is tasked with managing his money, physical fitness, and romantic life in order to receive a massive family inheritance.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Wall Street Kid last edited by Mento on 11/27/19 07:15PM View full history


    Wall Street Kid is a simulation game developed and published by SOFEL for the NES platform. It is the localized version of the second game in their The Money Game series, named The Money Game II: Kabutochou no Kiseki ("The Money Game 2: The Miracle of Kabutochou") in Japan.


    At the beginning of the game, the player is told that they had a distant relative, a member of the Benedict family, who recently passed away and left them a massive $600 billion inheritance. In order to receive the entirety of this inheritance though, the player must prove himself a worthy member of the Benedict family. After being given $500,000 in seed money from the relative's lawyer, the player must trade stocks effectively enough in order to make certain large item purchases like a house or yacht, keep his girlfriend extremely well-pampered, and keep himself in peak physical condition as this is the Benedict way of life.

    If the player fails to complete any of the game's objectives, he loses all access to the inheritance, is effectively disowned from the Benedict family, and the game is over.


    • Purchase a one million dollar mansion.
    • Purchase a yacht for your honeymoon.
    • Get married.
    • Win an auction for and purchase a European castle formally belonging to the Benedict family.

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