Chase Bombers

The Arcade Video Game by Taito Corp.

Chase Bombers screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! Coin-Operated Arcade Video Game

Chase Bombers © 1994 Taito.

A chase-view crazy racing game.


Choose your Vehicle and one of the challenging race courses. Rev your engine and get ready to roll. Be carefull there are mines and steel poles as obstacles to slow you down. Rival racers attack and obstruct you must avoid the traps and to use your advantage and pick on the Item Gate to use your specialized arsenal to crash the enemy drivers and race for the checkered flag!

There are five customized vehicles to choose from, including a Formula-One machine and a custom truck.


Chase Bombers the  Arcade Video Game
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Main CPU :M68EC020 (@ 20.000000 Mhz)
Sound CPU: (2x) M68000(@ 16.000000 Mhz) and(@ 15.238050 Mhz)
Sound Chips : 2XSpeaker Ensoniq ES5505 (@ 15.238050 Mhz)

Screen orientation : Horizontal
Video resolution : 320 x 232 pixels
Screen refresh : 60.00 Hz
Palette colors : 16384

Players : 2
Control : Steering wheel + 2 Pedal
Buttons : 2


Chase Bombers was eeleased in September 1994 in Japan.

The drivers in the police car looks like to Tony Gibson and Nancy from Chase HQ series, in the sequal "Super Chase - Criminal Termination"


Producer : Seiji Kawakami
Director : Nobuhiro Hiramatsu
Character Designer : Hiroyo Kujirai, Minoru Masuyama, Visual Arts Production, Peacock
Modeling Designer : Atsushi Iwata, Mr. Fukui
Software Engineer : Akira Bokotsuki, Kouji Tsunekiyo, Tabby, Takeshi Higuchi
Special Effects Adviser : Hirotaka Fukakawa (Venus M.)
Hardware Engineer : Yasuhiro Shibuya, Hajime Aga, Mr. Hamauchi
Mechanical Engineer : Mr. Arisawa, Mr. Harada
Sound Director : Shuichiro Nakazawa, Naoto Yagishita
Decoration Designer : Mr. Tsuruya, Mr. Takenami

Game's ROM

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