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Saiyūki World (西遊記ワールド, lit. "Journey to the West World") is a game developed by Westone and published by Jaleco for Famicom (NES) on November 11, 1988 in Japan. The game is based on Wonder Boy in Monster Land, but modified with content from the Chinese novel Journey to the West.


Saiyūki World has more changes than Bikkuriman World and Mônica no Castelo do Dragão, which only changed the characters and story. The design of the rounds have also been modified, but are still similar to Wonder Boy in Monster Land, and new story elements were added. The time limit from the original version was removed.

The main character (Book was replaced by Son Gokū, and the game's strongest weapon is the Nyoi-bō.


Saiyūki World 2: Tenjō-kai no Majin (西遊記ワールド2 天上界の魔人, roughly "Journey to the West World 2: Celestial World of Majin") is a sequel released for Famicom on December 7, 1990. The game was localized in North America as Whomp’Em