Released in September 1988. Taito's first 3-D game!
The 1-3 stage soundtrack was re-used in "Jet de Go! Pocket" on Sony PSP.
Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Kyukyoku Tiger : G.S.M. Taito 2 - D28B0008) on 21/11/1988.
Zuntata Records released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Zuntata History L'ab-normal 1st - ZTTL-0038) on 01/04/1999.
TIPS AND TRICKS
When you are 'course out', the crewman doesn't say the 'arrive message'.
You can't get a 100 score! The game has been programmed to never give a perfect score to the player. Even if he does a good landing.
When you land tokyo international airport, you are able to land another roll. but, it means you couldn't get any point...
1. Midnight Landing (1987)
2. Top Landing (1988)
3. Landing Gear (1995)
4. Landing High Japan (1998)
5. Jet De GO! (2000, Sega Dreamcast)
6. Jet De GO! (2002, Sony PlayStation 2)
7. Jet De GO! Pocket (2005, Sony PSP)