In 1991, Tecmo published a video game based on the original Japanese version, Kyattou Ninden Teyandee, for the Famicom. It was a Japanese-only release, but was bootlegged outside Japan under the title Ninja Cat. Players take the role of the three main cats and otasuke (Rescue Team) members, of whom can be switched to at any time and have their own special abilities to progress through the game. The game features most of the characters in the series as well as an additional villain, a mysterious scientist (named Dr. Purple) who shows up later on in the game and "appears" to team up with Ko'on-no-kami (the Big Cheese).
Standalone, handheld LSI games (similar to Nintendo's Game&Watch) were also made.