Madou Oh Granzort [Model HC90029]

The Supergraphx Game by Hudson Soft.


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Supergraphx Game

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(Madou Oh Granzort)

Mad? Oh Granzört is a side-scrolling action/platform game for the SuperGrafx system and based on a Japanese anime series originally aired in 1989. An atmosphere started to rise on the Moon after a powerful earthquake. Seeing that it could now support life, humans decide to colonize the newly terraformed satellite and settle there. But soon they realize they are not alone and find themselves in the middle of a raging war between two alien species. The player takes control of an armored robot able to transform into three different warriors. Each one of them comes with its own style of play and abilities - the Red Warrior uses a powerful laser sword and can trigger earthquake attacks, the Green Warrior uses a laser bow and can fly, and finally the Blue Warrior uses a spear and can raise an impenetrable power shield. Special items are dotted around each level - their range from extra lives to the one-hit silver shield (S) and the temporary invincibility gold shield (G). Along with the special items found on the playfield, little rabbits also sometimes appear and drop power-ups when killed. These upgrade the player's main weapons up to three times, increasing their overall range or shooting speed. Granzört features seven large maze-like stages and each one of them lead to a deep pit where the level's boss hides.


HuCARD ID: HC90029
HuCARD Size: 4 Mbits.


Madou Ou Granzort was released on April 06, 1990 in Japan for 6500 Yen.


Game Designer: Kyon Kyon
Character Programer: Kakuma Abe
System Programer: Takashi Oka
Graphic Designer: Kazuyuki Takimoto
Sound Designer: Norihiko Yamanuki
Art Effect: Takako Muroi
Management: Hidemitsu Okinaka
Special Thanks: Kenta Matsumoto
Original Story: Oji Hiroi
Scenario Observer: Cyoji Yoshikawa
Picture Adviser: Yotarou Aiba
Soft Observer: Eiji Hiroi
Technical Adviser: Toshinori Oyama, Isamu Izumi
Graphic Adviser: Kohji Matsuura, Toshio Okamoto
Art Master: Saito Kei
Help Assistance: Mitsuhiro Kadowaki
Main Programer: Ken Hasegawa
Cooperation: Red Company, Sunrise
Development: Mutech

Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel;

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