Power Spikes

The Arcade PCB by Video System Co., Ltd. (EXPORT VERSION)

Power Spikes screenshot

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Arcade PCB

Power Spikes © 1991 Video System Company, Limited.


Export release. Game developed in Japan. For more information about the gale itself, please see the original Japanese release entry; "Super Volley '91"

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Game ID : 9201-2024
PCB Number : OV-15-03 UA-67 MV

TRIVIA

• In the World version during a play with any team, you can see when you get a point the faces of Italy's Team which was the most titled volley's team in the World in the early 1990'.

ONE PLAYER MODE :
• In the World version you can select a lot of European Teams and Brazil's Team.
• In the Japanese and Korean version you can select respectively only the Japanese Team and the Korean Team.
• In the Japanese and Korean version you can also play with female players.
• In the World version you must defeat in order: China, Japan, USA, Cuba, U.S.S.R.
• In the Japanese and Korean version you must defeat in order: France, USA, Cuba, Italy, U.S.S.R (male mode), Germany, Peru, China, Cuba, U.S.S.R (female mode).
• In the Japanese and Korean version when you get a point, you will see face of the player who made the point and the statistics of this player after the point (like aces, winners spikes, etc...).

TWO PLAYERS MODE :
• In the World Version you can select the same teams like in one player mode but in the Japanese and Korean version you can select respectively the Japanese Team and the Korean Team and the Italian and the USA Team.
• In the Japanese and Korean version you can also play with female players.

A bootleg version was made by Playmark. Pcb layout, fonts on the pcb and components are the same as their original games. Eproms have stickers with their logo.

SERIES

1. Super Volleyball (1989)
2. Power Spikes (1991)
3. Power Spikes II (1994)

PORTS

Consoles:


Super NES (1993, "Hyper V-Ball")

SOURCES
Game's ROM.

Page last modified on March 23, 2014