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Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel
不思議のダンジョン 風来のシレン4 神の眼と悪魔のヘソ
Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 4 - The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel
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Information
Developer(s) Chunsoft
Publisher(s) Spike
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Genre(s) Roguelike, Role-playing
Mode(s) Single player
Version 1.0
Credits
Director(s) Koichi Nakamura
Producer(s) Shin-ichiro Tomie
Designer(s) Takashi Matsui
Fuyuhiko Koizumi
Programmer(s) Naomi Kaneda
Artist(s) Kaoru Hasegawa
Writer(s) Masato Kato
Composer(s) Hayato Matsuo
Release date(s)
Flag of Japan.png February 25, 2010
Rating(s)
CERO B
Additional info
Website(s) Spike Chunsoft
ID(s) NTR-B4FJ-JPN
Internal Name(s) SHIREN4
Media / distribution 64MB Cartridge
File Size 59.68MB
Synopsis ふしぎのダンジョン
ふうらいのシレン4
スパイク

Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel (Japanese: 不思議のダンジョン 風来のシレン4 神の眼と悪魔のヘソ) originally released in 2010 is the third Shiren game released for the Nintendo DS and the eighth game released overall. It was later ported to the PlayStation Portable on 2012 entitled Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 4 Plus - The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel (Japanese: 不思議のダンジョン 風来のシレン4plus 神の眼と悪魔のヘソ)

It has never been officially translated, and is commonly referred to by fans in both the English and Japanese communities by the short name Shiren 4, and when referring to the Nintendo DS release, Shiren DS4 or Shiren 4 DS, despite there only being four DS releases overall. Although it has never been officially released in English, the localized name comes from the Shiren the Wanderer Series Limited Edition Art Book.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Shiren the Wanderer 4 is a role-playing video game in which the player explores dungeons that change each time they enter them and that are home to monsters. The game has a day-and-night system; when it gets dark, the dungeons get more difficult to navigate, and the type of monsters that are encountered are stronger. Dungeons consist of several rooms that are connected through narrow hallways; in some hallways, there are traps set up. At some points in dungeons, the player can hide behind doors that they can attack through but that enemies cannot pass through.

Plot[edit | edit source]

After Shiren and the talking weasel Koppa suffer a shipwreck, they are found by the inhabitants of an island, who think they are monsters; they are tied to a stake, but are saved by the game's heroine, Kamina. As a result, Kamina gets tied up herself by a jaguar priest who sends Shiren to find the Jaguar's Eye to prove that he is not a demon.

Development[edit | edit source]

The game was developed by Chunsoft, and published by Spike. It was originally released for the Nintendo DS in Japan on February 25, 2010.

Sales[edit | edit source]

The Nintendo DS version was the 7th best selling video game in Japan during its debut week, with 41,000 copies sold. Chunsoft's CEO, Koichi Nakamura, said that this was below expectations, something he attributed to scheduling issues, which had led to a lack of promotion for the game and the inability to create a pre-order bonus.

Articles[edit | edit source]

All content about The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel is organized into these categories. Click on a section name to learn more, and to drill down further to more specific and detailed pages.

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Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel - Gameplay Elements
Buried items • Defeat • Leveling • Monster Houses • Stairs • States • Shiren • Traps and Floor Tiles
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Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel - Stats
Attack • Belly • Defense • Experience Points • HP • Level
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Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel - Items
Arrows • Bracelets • Grasses • Onigiri • Peaches • Projectiles • Pots • Scrolls • Shields • Staves • Swords • Talismans • Torches
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Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel - Miscellaneous
In-game Main Menu
Staff Roll Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 4 - The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel Credits
Others Soundtracks

Gallery[edit | edit source]

For this subject's image gallery, see Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel.

In Other Languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
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Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel
Japanese Flag of Japan.png 不思議のダンジョン 風来のシレン4 神の眼と悪魔のヘソ, Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 4 - The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel
Korean Flag of South Korea.png 풍래의 시렌 4 이상한던전 - 신의 눈과 악마의 배꼽Fan Translated symbol.png

See Also[edit | edit source]

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Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer articles
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Shiren the Wanderer - Books
Shiren the Wanderer Character Debut Book - Mystery Dungeon 2 • Shiren the Wanderer 2 Official Fan Book Surprised Pot (1 • 2 • 3)
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Shiren the Wanderer - Characters
Major Characters
Playable Asuka • Sensei • Shiren the Wanderer (Shiren Ancestor)
Allies Banana Prince • Borg Mamel • Edna • Galwin • Gen • Jirokichi • Kechi the Masseur • Koharu • Kojirouta • Jinpachi • Minamo • Miri • MA-MO • Okon • Oryu the Blinder • Pekeji • Sarma Bros. • Tao • Zoso the Robot
The 8 Rivanian Beast Gods Bufu • Doras • Gitau • Kaka Roo • Kron • MuradoFan Translated symbol.png • SakaiFan Translated symbol.png • Reeva (Neé Riva)
Lords and Ladies Banana Prince • King of the Kigny • Princess Ateka • Princess Kaguya • Princess Suzunehime • Ryoushu
Minor Characters Balibali • Battle Spirits • Gaibara the Legendary Potter • Gimensha • Izanami • Jofuku • Jurouta • Kamina • Kichizo • Koyori • Naoki the Wandering Chef • Oboro • Oro • Otaka • Oyu • Priest • Sachi • Sheriff • Shopkeeper • Soboro • Surala • Zagan
Animals Chicken • Golden Condor • Gen • Guard Dog • Koppa • Nfu the Demon Puppy • Niwatori • Pochi • Tanmomo
Oni King of the Kigny • Oni BossFan Translated symbol.png
Robots Borg Mamel • Zoso the Robot
Monsters Antipode Mamel • Curas
Other MA-MO
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Shiren the Wanderer - Manga
Laughter Point - Shiren the Wanderer 4-frame Manga Collection • Shiren the Wanderer Harapeko Bokenki Volume 1
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Shiren the Wanderer - Novella
Shiren the Wanderer: Flowers Dancing in the Golden Town AmtecaFan Translated symbol.png
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Shiren the Wanderer - Video Games
Titles Titles Mystery Dungeon 2: Shiren the Wanderer Super Famicom • BS Shiren the Wanderer: Save Surala (BS) • Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer GB - Moonlit-Village Monster Game Boy • Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 2 - Shiren's Castle and the Oni Invasion Nintendo 64 • Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer GB2: Magic Castle of the Desert Game Boy Color • Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer Gaiden - Asuka the Swordswoman (DC) • Shiren the Wanderer Wii • Shiren the Wanderer 4: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel Nintendo DS • Shiren the Wanderer 5: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate Nintendo DS
Ports & Remakes Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer (DS Nintendo DS • Smartphone iOS / Android) • Shiren the Wanderer - Moonlit-Village Monster (Win • DX • Android Android) • Shiren the Wanderer DS2: Magic Castle of the Desert Nintendo DS • Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer Gaiden - Asuka the Swordswoman for Windows (Win) • Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 3 Portable PlayStation Portable • Shiren the Wanderer 4 Plus: The Eye of God and the Devil's Navel PlayStation Portable •  Shiren the Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate (Vita (Vita) • Switch Nintendo Switch • Steam Steam • Smartphone iOS / Android)
Spin-off Shiren Monsters Shiren Monsters: Netsal Game Boy Advance • Shiren Monsters: The Village of Mahjong Android
Individual Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer: Princess Suzune and the Tower of Madoro (Pachinko)
Mobile Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer: The Rainbow Labyrinth Android

Trivia[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  • [1] Gameplay, Plot and Sales sections based on the Wikipedia page.