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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.

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