Super Tekkyuu Fight! [Model SHVC-AIBJ-JPN]

The Super Famicom Game by Banpresto

Super Tekkyuu Fight! [Model SHVC-AIBJ-JPN] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Super Famicom Game

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(Super Tekkyuu Fight!)

Super Tekkyu Fight is a cute puzzle-action game published by Banpresto and featuring the company's traditional super deformed characters, namely Kamen Rider Black RX, Ultraman, RX-78 Gundam and Banpresto's proprietary hero - Fighter Roa. Our four super-heroes are trapped inside eight maze-like worlds surrounded by all kind of enemies and dangerous hazards. Each world is made of small arenas and, like most games in the genre, every single enemy needs to be crushed to dust in order to unlock the next area. Each world also wraps up with an obligatory boss encounter. However, and unlike other games in the genre, players get to use spiky chain balls to smash their opponents. The weapon starts as a small chain with a limited range but blocks scattered around each floor often hide power-ups which upgrade it in many different ways - like extend its range by one square or turn it into a gold chain that can destroy a whole line of blocks in a single blow. More goodies can be found much the same way - speed boots, extra life and so forth. Special blocks on the play field can also activate series of deadly traps when hit, such as the ones stunning anyone caught in their wake, or others firing blasts of fire or long tentaclous vines. Interestingly, our four heroes also have a life bar and can jump. The latter is at the core of the gameplay - players can jump on blocks and literally bounce off to the nearest tile or block, and unlock some otherwise unreachable areas of the field, or, in the worst case, just fall in a nearby hole and lose a precious life. Moreover, landing on an opponent's head also stun him for a short period of time. Super Tekkyu Fight also features an intense four players battle mode and a password system to save the game's progress at the end of each world.




Released on September 15, 1995 in Japan for 9000 Yen.

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

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