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Many infos
« on: 26 May 2020, 16:27 »

As since around January undumped wiki whitout any explanation is offline i put here pendent things at least to recover perhaps some day.


Some Uniana games wich maybe are not in undumped or had some additional images or info:
http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/korea/part2/company-unico2.htm



Chicago coin arcade games maybe not listed in undumped or had some additional images or info:
https://www.chicago-gaming.com/misc/discontinued



List of arcade games by Tsunami unknown wich of them are in undumped wiki:

Air Raid
Astro-Canyon Coaster Ride
Air Strike
Desert Doom Motion Ride
Beach Head 2000 - Special Edition
Genie's Magic Carpet Ride
Crimson Skies
Phoenix Roller Coaster Ride
ExZeus
Raven Roller Coaster Ride
MechWarrior 4 Vengeance
Twister Roller Coaster Ride
Star Wars Starfighter
Volcano Mine Ride
ReVolt



Two arcade games by korean? developer SAINT-FUN:

Battle Rider
http://tw.saint-fun.com/index.php?r=site/ProductView&no=gpYBd6ML

Loop Racer GT
http://tw.saint-fun.com/index.php?r=site/ProductView&no=HT9hQQoq



Mancopter (Nichibutsu?, 1984?)

This is the typical case in wich a home computer game had arcade playing style but had some references to an arcade game manufacturer.

https://www.lemon64.com/?mainurl=https%3A//www.lemon64.com/games/details.php%3FID%3D1589

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Kirie e Leison - 2017-04-02
I saw in some photos that it was "trademark of Nichibutsu". Nichibutsu was an arcade manufacturer; Datasoft did at least one licensed computer conversion of a Nichibutsu game, Moon Shuttle. Maybe Mancopter was a conversion of an arcade game idea that was never realized?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mancopter

The game was only released for Commodore 64, an "Atari" (400, 800 series?) and IBM PC versions were advertised but it seems never released.



Commodore 64 box & disk.



The "Trademark Nichibutsu USA" is present in the advertise, in the sticker of the Commodore 64 disk game and in the back of the box.

https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/commodore-64-mancopter-datasoft-1802708778

Was the Nichibutsu reference of the game due an error by Datasoft?. As ever, if somebody can contact whit the programmer Scott Spanburg, musician John A. Fitzpatrick and/or graphist Kelly Day?, to confirm if they got their sources from an arcade machine.
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Re: Many infos
« Reply #1 on: 13 June 2020, 22:28 »

As since around January undumped wiki whitout any explanation is offline...

Nobody here has any information on this??????????
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Re: Many infos
« Reply #2 on: 18 June 2020, 00:28 »

Addition to avoid a possible neglect as happened to me:

A Mancopter's blurred screenshot, arcade?, atari 8 bits?, PC ports?, a static mock-up?, commodore64 loading screen?... i dont found an original g64 or nib dump of this game to check it.


Another option i'm suspecting after see the blurry screenshot is if Mancopter maybe was an original release for a japanese home computer system under another title (computers at the time like Fujitsu FM-7, MSX, etc) and later ported to commodore64 so probably an arcade release never existed, so if anybody had familiarity whit the catalogue of japanese home computer games of 80'...

And/or can be the japanese name of the real arcade game?: Gyareon (Nichibutsu, 83)
https://unmamed.mameworld.info/non_nichibutsu.html#Gyareon
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