A 1984 arcade title from Sega, ported to Mega Drive in 1991. An attempt to rival and succeed the success Namco had enjoyed with Mappy.

Developer: Sega
Publisher: Sega
Available on: Arcade, Mega Drive, SG-1000, MSX, FM-7, PC-8801, Sharp X1

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Localisation Notes

The Western versions had completely different, non-anime cover art, as well as some changes in the narrative setup to the game as a whole.

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