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Y > YENO > Super Cassette Vision


Yeno
Super Cassette Vision


30 games were published in japan :

  • 1. Astro Wars
  • 2. Battle in Galaxy (Astro Wars II)
  • 3. Super Golf
  • 4. Super MahJong
  • 5. Super Baseball
  • 6. Punch Boy
  • 7. Elevator Fight
  • 8. Lupin III
  • 9. Nebula
  • 10. Wheelie Racer
  • 11. Boulder Dash
  • 12. Miner 2049er
  • 13. Super Soccer
  • 14. Comic Circus
  • 15. Milky Princess
  • 16. Pop & Chips*
  • 17. Kung Fu Road
  • 18. Star Speeder
  • 19. Ton Ton Ball
  • 20. Super Professor *
  • 21. Japanese Chess *
  • 22. Doraemon *
  • 23. Basic*
  • 24. Dragon Slayer **
  • 25. Professional Wrestling
  • 26. Monster Land *
  • 27. Dragon Ball
  • 28. Mappy *
  • 29. Sky Kid
  • 30. Pole Position II


The french distributor ITMC imported only 16 games, using its own numbering system :

  • 1. Astro Wars
  • 2. Battle in Galaxy (Astro Wars II)
  • 3. Super Golf
  • 4. Punch Boy
  • 5. Elevator Fight
  • 6. Lupin III
  • 7. Nebula
  • 8. Wheelie Racer
  • 9. Miner 2049er
  • 10. Boulder Dash
  • 11. Super Soccer
  • 12. Comic Circus
  • 13. Pop et Chips*
  • 14. Kung Fu Road
  • 15. Star Speeder
  • 16. Ton Ton Ball


Two other games seems to have been (at least partly) developed, but never sold :

  • Rugby
  • Giant troop field/Virtual Super baseball *

* names not confirmed
* this cartridge has a small battery-powered persistent memory to save scores and user-built levels


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  ASTRO WARS

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  ELEVATOR FIGHT

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  KUNG FU ROAD

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  POP & CHIPS

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  SUPER GOLF

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  WHEELIE RACER

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