Super Real Mahjong PII

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The [Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game by Seta Co., Ltd. [Japan]

 
DESCRIPTION
 
[Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game

Super Real Mahjong PII © 1987 Seta.


Super Real Mahjong Part II is the second game in the Super Real Mahjong series. Super Real Mahjong Part II introduces strip sequences to the game, featuring one beautifully animated opponent with six strip sequences.

Super Real Mahjong Part II begins with your female opponent taking off her sweater so she can get down to a serious game of mahjong. The tiles are mixed up, the wall is set up, the players build their hands, and the game begins. Every time the player wins a hand, his opponent strips off a piece of clothing. Every time the player loses a hand, she puts a layer of clothing back on. Should the player reveal all six strip sequences, gameplay will continue and with every win, the last strip sequence will replay. Only when the player runs out of betting funds will the game be over. The game features no continues.
TECHNICAL
 
Main CPU : Motorola 68000 (@ 8 Mhz)
Sound Chips : General Instrument AY8910 (@ 1.25 Mhz), OKI MSM5205 (@ 384 Khz)

Players : 1
Control : mahjong keyboard
TRIVIA
 
Released in June 1987 in Japan only.

Super Real Mahjong PII is the first Mahjong game to use real hand-drawn animation.
SERIES
 
1. Super Real Mahjong PI (1987)
2. Super Real Mahjong PII (1987)
3. Super Real Mahjong Part 3 (1988)
4. Super Real Mahjong Special (1992, NEC PC Engine CD)
5. Super Real Mahjong PIV (1993)
6. Super Real Mahjong P.V (1994)
7. Super Real Mahjong PV Paradise - All-Star 4 Nin Uchi (1995, Nintendo Super Famicom)
8. Super Real Mahjong PVI (1995)
9. Super Real Mahjong P7 (1997)
10. Super Real Mahjong VS (1999)
11. Super Real Mahjong - Premium Collection (2001, SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color)
12. Super Real Mahjong for Mobile (2003, Mobile Phone)
13. Super Real Mahjong Dousoukai (2004, Nintendo Game Boy Advance)
STAFF
 
Director : Y. Watanabe
Programmers : Y. Takahashi, Y. Sasaki, M. Takano
Animater : X. Tanaka
Music : T. Suzuki
Sound : H. Kobayashi
PORTS
 

Consoles:


FM-Towns Marty (1992, "Super Real Mahjong P II & III+")
NEC PC-Engine CD (1994, "Super Real Mahjong P II & III Custom")
Sega Saturn (1995, "Super Real Mahjong Grafitti")

Computers:


NEC PC-9801 (1993, "Super Real Mahjong PII & PIII")
SOURCES
 
Game's ROM.

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