Emulated in MAME ! Coin-Operated Arcade Video Game
Densha De Go! 2 Kosoku-hen © 1997 Taito.
A train simulator where the player assumes the role of an engineer who must take passengers to the station within a certain time limit.
Taito JC System Type-C Hardware
Main CPU : 68040 @ 25Mhz
DSP : TMS320C51 @ 50 Mhz
MCU (protection) : MC68HC11
Sound CPU : 68EC000 @ 16MHz
Sound chip : Ensoniq ES5505 @ 16MHz
Sound chip DSPs : Ensoniq ES5510 (ESPR6) + Ensoniq OTISR2
Taito Chips : E07-11, TC0870HVP, TC0770CMU, TC0840GLU, TC0810
Board Layout : Main board + rom board
Hardware Features : Textured Polygons
Densha De Go! 2 was shown at the 1998 AOU Amusement Expo show, in Japan. It was then released in March 1998 in Japan (even if the titlescreen says 1997).
The title translates from Japanese as 'Let's go by Train! 2'.
Coverage: Akita Shinkansen, Hokuetsu Express Hokuhoku Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line (portions each).
Note: Hokuetsu Express Hokuhoku Line has been started in 1940 but was stopped by the World War. the line was restarted in 1968. Finally opened in 1997, Densha de GO 2 was released the same time.
If you stop the train in correct postion, you get 3 point.
If you horn to engineer or animal, you get 2 or 1 point.
In Keihin-Tohoku Line, when you approach last station, you could use break to get secret points.
Bandai WonderSwan (1999)
SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color (1999)
Sony PlayStation (1999)
Nintendo 64 "Densha De Go! 64"
Nintendo Game Boy Color (2000)
Sega Dreamcast (2000)
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