Hi Sho Zame [TP-007]

The Arcade PCB by Taito Corp.

Hi Sho Zame [TP-007] screenshot

Emulated in MAME !



飛翔鮫 © 1987 Taito Corp.

(Hi Sho Zame)

Hi Sho Zame is a vertically-scrolling shoot-em-up in which the player pilots a bi-plane and must destroy enemy land, air, and naval craft across a variety of environments.

Some enemy aircraft waves produce bonuses when shot down, such as weapon power-ups, point bonuses, and extra lives. Each stage begins and ends with an airport runway and every time the player lands on a runway at the completion of a stage, the amount of remaining player bombs are multiplied by 3000 points per bomb and added to the player's score. All bombs are replenished for the start of the next stage.


Game ID : TP-007
Prom Stickers : B02

Main CPU : Motorola 68000 (@ 7 Mhz), Zilog Z80 (@ 3.5 Mhz), TMS32010 (@ 3.5 Mhz)
Sound Chips : YM3812 (@ 3.5 Mhz)

Players : 2
Control : 8-way joystick
Buttons : 2


Developed by Toaplan. Hi Sho Zame was Released in March 1987 in Japan by Taito. It was known outside Japan as "Flying Shark" and in US as "Sky Shark".

The title of this game translates from Japanese as 'Flying Shark'.

Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Kyukyoku Tiger : G.S.M Taito 2 - D28B0008) on November 21, 1988.


1. Hi Sho Zame (1987)
2. Fighting Hawk (1988)
3. Same! Same! Same! (1989)


Music and sound created by : Tatsuya Uemura



japan Sharp X68000 (1991)
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Game's ROM.

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