Gals Panic!

The Arcade Video Game by Kaneko Co., Ltd. See Timeline

Gals Panic! screenshot


[Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game

Gals Panic! © 1990 Kaneko.

Gals Panic! is a "Qix"-style adult puzzle game. The objective is to reveal 80% of the silhouetted girl's image within the time limit while avoiding the enemies.

To complicate things, there is a bar with a pointer at the top of the screen. If the pointer dips below a certain level (indicated by the change in color) the image will change to that of a monster. The pointer slowly creeps towards the monster side of the bar over time and whenever the player reveals a significant piece of the silhouette. Revealing the un-silhouetted part of the image moves the pointer back towards the girl side of the bar. If a round is completed while the monster's image is shown then the round must be repeated.

After every round there is a roulette game where the player can earn rewards or penalties that will take effect in the following round.

After winning three rounds against a girl, the graphic becomes a photographic image of that girl.


Gals Panic! Arcade Video Game
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(members only)
Main CPU : Motorola 68000 (@ 8 Mhz)
Sound Chips : OKI6295 (@ 12 Khz)

Screen orientation : Vertical
Video resolution : 224 x 256 pixels
Screen refresh : 60.00 Hz
Palette colors : 33792

Players : 2
Control : 4-way joystick
Buttons : 1


Released in November 1990.

An EXPRO-02 version was distributed by Taito Corp. in Japan and Inter Trading in Korea.


The EXPRO-02 Version supports Zoom IN/OUT scroll effects, has a new Push Start & 100% Clear screens.

In the Korean EXPRO-02 version, naked girls are replaced by objects or animals.


1. Gals Panic! (1990)
2. Gals Panic II (1993)
3. Gals Panic II' - Special Edition (1994)
4. Gals Panic 3 (1995)
5. Gals Panic 4 Yuu (1996)
6. Gals Panic SS (1996, Sega Saturn)
7. Gals Panic S - Extra Edition (1997)
8. Gals Panic S2 (1999)
8. Gals Panic SU (1999)
9. Gals Panic S3 (2002)



Sega Mega-CD ("Super Gal's Panic") [Unreleased Prototype]


Game's ROM.
Machine's picture.

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