Super Qix

Third in Taito’s line-drawing series, and the first to be developed in Japan by Kaneko, who would later go on to rip off Qix rather shamelessly with its own Gals Panic series. But Titty Qix is a story for another day!


Developer: Kaneko
Publisher: Taito
Available on: Arcade (available for home consoles in Taito Legends)


Articles about Super Qix

Taito Essentials: Volfied - Mid to late ’80s Taito were good at a lot of things, but one thing they were particularly good at was iterating on an established formula and bringing it more “up to date”. Probably the most famous example of this is Arkanoid, a game which took the incredibly simple concept of Atari’s Breakout — hit ball with paddle to … Continue reading Taito Essentials: Volfied
Taito Essentials: Super Qix - Super Qix is an immensely irritating follow-up to an immensely irritating game. And, like all the really good immensely irritating games of the world, there’s a magic ingredient in there that keeps you coming back for more. Super Qix is also an interesting game from a historical perspective, in that it’s a game that Japanese developers decided to … Continue reading Taito Essentials: Super Qix

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