Episode 145 – Yo! Noid (1990)

Episode 145 – Yo! Noid (1990)

Episode 145 – Yo! Noid (1990)

This week in Your Parents Basement, in honor of National Pizza Day we are playing as a pizza-stealer in order to save New York City, for some reason! From 1990, we’re playing Yo! Noid, developed by Now Production and published by Capcom, for the NES.

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  • 0:00 – Intro, which features one of them funny Domino’s commercials from back in the day. Avoid the Noid! (Even though you’re oddly playing as him in this game.)
  • 33:45 – We hear from one of our favorite reviewers again, as Todd has a segment explaining why Yo! Noid is… The Most Best Game of All-Time.
  • 44:00 – Emails! We move right along to the email portion…of the show.
  • 51:00 – New News! Now with theme music!
  • 56:15 – We help some people, in… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 59:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, we’re getting spooked! But, in a cute way!


– According to Price Charting, Yo! Noid is pretty reasonably priced. The cart costs about $10, with the box and manual upping the price to $42. (And by the way – The site is now updated, and offers more information!)

– The shockingly good sequel to the game is available here.

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