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This is a list of video games from the Dragon Ball franchise where characters from Dr. Slump appear.

Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu[]


Arale and Gatchan in Daimaō Fukkatsu

Goku meets Arale Norimaki, Gatchan, Senbei Norimaki and Yajirobe at Penguin Village. He also defeats Monster Carrot in the Penguin Village High School, the demon Cymbal, and the alien Synthesizer, and he finds the One-Star and Five-Star Dragon Balls.

Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden[]


Arale in Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden

Arale Norimaki can be fought at the end of the game. To fight her, the A Button has to be pressed when a card that depicts her is flipped over during the credits.

Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen[]

Arale and Senbei make a brief appearance.

Super Dragon Ball Z[]

Suppaman briefly appears in the Eastern Capital battle stage after a telephone booth is smashed by the fighting characters, rolling off across the street lying on a skateboard.

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3[]


Arale in Budokai Tenkaichi 3

The third installment to the Budokai Tenkaichi series. It features Arale Norimaki as a playable character and Penguin Village as a battle stage. The story mode includes Arale's fight against General Blue and a What-If scenario where Kid Goku challenges Arale to see if he is stronger than her.

Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo[]

Arale can be unlocked as a fighter in the Multiplayer mode.

Dragon Ball: Origins 2[]


Arale in Origins 2

Arale is one of the playable characters in it. There are several stages that take place in Penguin Village and several What-If scenario where Arale is playable. General Blue, the Gatchans, Senbei Norimaki, Midori Norimaki, Turbo Norimaki, King Nikochan and King Nikochan's servant also make appearances.

Arale also faces off against Sergeant Metallic in a special What-if Episode Boss and another what-if episode features Android 8 travelling to Penguin Village to have Senbei remove the self-destruction device inside of him. Another what-if episode features King Nikochan joining forces with the Pilaf Gang.

Dragon Ball Fusions[]

"A super strong robot girl. While innocent and friendly, she can move faster than sound and easily destroy a planet."
— Arale's Dragon Ball Fusions profile description


Towale, the EX-Fusion between Arale and Towa.

Arale is one of the playable characters in Dragon Ball Fusions, where she is able to use EX-Fusion with Android 18 and Towa to create Arale 18 and Towale, respectively. She can also perform EX-Fusion with the game's custom protagonist Tekka, though their resulting fusion retains Tekka's selected name, profile, race, and gender though gains Arale's Hat.

Like most Androids created on Earth, Arale is classified in-game as an Earthling despite her being a mechanical Android, a trait she shares with Android 16 and Android 19. . Like most characters, Arale can also perform Five-Way Fusion with four of her teammates to produce an Ultra Fusion. If initiated by Arale herself the result is a female Earthling Ultra Fusion.

Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle[]

Three in-game events involve crossovers with Dr. Slump: Penguin Village Adventure, N'cha! Strongest in the World and The Peculiar Penguin Village.

Arale, Obotchaman and Suppaman are playable characters as well. All Dr. Slump cards can be seen here.


Dr. Slump video games
Handheld Games Dr. Slump Arale (x3) • Dr. Slump Penguin Village (x3)
Console Games Dr. Slump Arcadia 2001 Dr. Slump Bubble BlitzRun! SenbeiDr. Slump PlayStation Dr. Slump: Arale-chan DS
Mobile Games Arale AdventureDr. Slump Defense
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