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Old 02 August 2017, 15:56   #281
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Was he the same person doing Puzznic?
Another great conversion.
Seems like Taito got a couple of really good ones.
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Old 02 August 2017, 19:26   #282
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Was he the same person doing Puzznic?
Another great conversion.
No naked chicks though .
They probably based the conversion on the World release (and/or wanted to save space).

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https://tcrf.net/Puzznic_%28Arcade%29
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I had no idea the JP release had naked chicks, like Gals Panic!
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In my place there was a puzznic arcade that had naked girls when you finish a level. I don't think it was a Japan version or maybe it was some hack.
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That second page says the US version also has them, but "World" doesn't.
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Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles..
Bart Simpson vs the Space Mutants. (probably based on arcade)
Final Fight

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Super Hang-On was great.
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Bart Simpson vs the Space Mutants. (probably based on arcade)
Definitely not an arcade port as it doesn't exist in the coin-op world...
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Definitely not an arcade port as it doesn't exist in the coin-op world...
Indeed, it's an NES game.
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Indeed, it's an NES game.
Probably NES->AtariST->Amiga

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Imagineering developed Bart vs. the Space Mutants for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Atari ST, and Game Gear,while Arc Developments developed the game for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, and Genesis
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