マインドシーカー (1989 video game)

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マインドシーカー (English: "Mind Seeker") is a Japanese-language video game intended for psychic training that was developed by Namcot (Namco) and released for Nintendo's Family Computer system in 1989. The game play revolves around various mini-game exercises that are supposed to allow the player to develop extra-sensory perception under the tutelage of one Esper Kiyota, a character based on Masuaki Kiyota (清田 益章), a Japanese psychic who performed spoon-bending acts (in the vein of Uri Geller) and telephotography, projecting mental images onto photo film (comparable to Ted Serios).