Doraemon: Nobita's Time Machine: The Great Adventure (Japanese: ドラえもん: のび太のタイムマシン大冒険, lit. "Doraemon: Nobita no Time Machine Daibouken") is a 1985 video game developed and released by Epoch for their Super Cassette Vision system. It is notable for being the first Doraemon game to feature the whole main cast, as well as the second Doraemon game ever developed, the first being Doraemon for the Arcadia 2001.
- This game was one of the only titles on the Super Cassette Vision to utilize bank switching, as evidenced by the game's ROM dump being split into two parts, and not properly working unless both parts are zipped together.
- There was a Doraemon game released on the Sega Pico with a nearly identical title.