Cal. 50 - Caliber Fifty

The Arcade PCB by Taito America Corp.

Cal. 50 - Caliber Fifty screenshot

Emulated in MAME !



Cal. 50 - Caliber Fifty © 1989 Taito America Corp.

An overhead shoot'em up. Soldiers must destroy a variety of attacking enemies using their guns and hand grenades.


Cal. 50 - Caliber Fifty the  Arcade PCB
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Game ID : UH

Main CPU : Motorola 68000 (@ 8 Mhz), M65C02 (@ 2 Mhz)
Sound Chips : X1-010 (@ 16 Mhz)

Screen orientation : Vertical
Video resolution : 240 x 384 pixels
Screen refresh : 60.00 Hz
Palette colors : 512

Players : 2
Control : dial
Buttons : 2


Released in September 1989. Licensed to Taito America Corp. by Seta USA.

All the speech in the game are the voice of Jun Aida.


Produced by : Jun Fujimoto
Directed by : Noboru Miyamari
Screen play by : Noboru Miyamari
Based on the Novels by Viet Nam 1972.
Art direction : Mitsuhiro Takeda
Music direction : Tak Suzuki (Goblin Sound)
Original music composers (Goblin Sound) : Hiroshi Taguchi, Tak Suzuki, Zero Yotsumoto
Sound effects editor : Noboru Miyanari
Sound mixer / editor : Tak Suzuki (Goblin Sound)
Sound programmer : Noboru Miyanari
Titles : Mitsuhiro Takeda
Hardware designer : Nobuyuki Nonaka
Custom chip designed by Digital Magic Lab.
Programmer : Noboru Miyanari
Character designers : Mitsuhiro Takeda, Asako Kumura, Miyuki Kasajima
Background designer : Tomokazu Sunaga
Special effects : KII System
Controller designers : Yoshikazu Ikegai
Assemblers : Akihiro Aranaga, Toshio Sasho and many others
Marketing : Tohru Ishikawa, Yasuhiro Ota
Parts department : Mikio Harada, Masayuki Iwata
Graphic tools designed by : Hiroyuki Watanabe
Development system designed by : Keiji Ishikawa



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