Flying Power Disc [Model NGM-065]

The Neo-Geo MVS Cartridge by Data East Corp.

Flying Power Disc [Model NGM-065] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Arcade] Neo-Geo MVS Cartridge

Flying Power Disc © 1994 Data East Corp.

A flying disk game from Data East.


Runs on the SNK "Neo-Geo MVS" hardware.
Game ID: NGM-065

Players: 2
Control: 8-Way Joystick
Buttons: 2
=> [A] Slide and receive/Throw, [B] Lob


Flying Power Disc was released on February 17, 1994 in Japan.

This game is known outside Japan as Windjammers.

Each characters in game has his own native language (i.e. Costa says 'Perfecto').

Flying Power Disc contains 2 mini-games. After the second match, Dog Distance consists in catching the disc as far as possible with your dog. After the fourth match, Flying Disc Bowling allows us to make strikes and spares with the flying disc.

Flying Power Disc is based on the real world flying disc sport called '10-S'. But the inventor of the 10-S has never give permission or signed any agreement to allow Neo Geo or Data East to use 10-S as a model for Windjammers. It have never been compensated for the illegal use of 10-S rules and method of play. 10-S was created in 1977 and copyrighted in 1980.

Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Fighters History Dynamite & Flying Power Disc - PCCB-00149) on March 18, 1994.


Curiously, B. Yoo of Korea is replaced with S. Miller of Britain only on the USA Territory dip switch setting. The sprites remain exactly the same, but the voice is changed to that of an Englishman.



SNK Neo-Geo japan (apr.8, 1994) "Flying Power Disc [Model NGH-065]"
SNK Neo-Geo usa (1994) "Windjammers - Flying Disk Game [Model NGH-065]"
SNK Neo-Geo CD japan (jan.20, 1995) "Flying Power Disc [Model DECD-002]"
SNK Neo-Geo CD usa (1995) "Windjammers - Flying Disk Game [Model DECD-002E]"
Nintendo Wii [Virtual Console] japan (june.22, 2010) Neo Geo version

Game's ROM.
Game's picture.

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