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Shinnyuushain Tooru-kun "top-pcb" (GX469)

Shinnyuushain Tooru-kun "bottom-pcb" (GX469)

Shinnyuushain Tooru-kun

No notes.

Known as "Mikie" outside Japan.


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Finalizer (GX523)

Finalizer - Super Transformation

No notes.

Rush'n Attack (GX577)

Rush'n Attack

No notes.

IMHO ones of Konami's finest games.
Also known as "Green Beret".


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Gryzor (GX633)



The game that started the "run'n gun" genre or at least made it popular

I remember the Commodore 64 version better, but now i have the superior original.

Also know as "Contra".

Labyrinth Runner (GX771)

Labyrinth Runner - romboard

Labyrinth Runner

No notes.

Great little game on a little PCB :-)

Also known as "Trick Trap"


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Gang Busters (GX878)

Gang Busters

No notes.

An overhead "run'n gun" :-)

Also known as "Crazy Cop".

Hot Chase (GX763) A-board

Hot Chase (GX763) B-board

Hot Chase (GX763)

No notes.


Super Contra (GX775) Mainboard

Super Contra - romboard

Super Contra

Super Contra exist in a single PCB version also using 5 big maskroms on the mainboard instead of using a romboard.

Not as fun as the prequel.

Thunder cross (GX873) Mainboard

Thunder Cross - romboard

Thunder Cross




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Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles (GX963)

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

No notes.

To be honest Konami was never good at the "beat'em up/scrolling figter" genre, TMHT is an ok game at best.

In this version the "Ninja" has been replaced with "Hero" because "ninja" was a forbidden word back then i guess?. The lyrics in the title tune still sings "Teenage Mutant NINJA Turtles" though :-)


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Thunder Cross 2 (GX073)

Thunder Cross 2

The operator has replace two TTL chips... probably control related.

Not as good as the prequel, but still ok.


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Metamorphic Force (GX224)

Metamorphic Force

Looks like it is time to change the leaking capacitors on the custom sound module :-/