RoboCop 2 for Game Boy

Game Boy
original resolution: 160x144

Action platform 2D scrolling shooter sci-fi
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RoboCop 2

Online version of RoboCop 2 for Game Boy. RoboCop 2 is a platform shooter based on the 1990 film of the same name. The game was released for several home computers / consoles developed and published by Ocean Software, and Data East manufactured an arcade version. Detroit cyborg cop known as RoboCop must stop a drug distributor, Cain, from spreading a new drug known as Nuke. The game follows the basic premise of the movie, but has some major sequential differences. It is mostly side-scrolling shoot-em-up, with some levels viewed from behind RoboCop and providing a targeting reticle with which to kill generic criminals...

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Released in
1990
Publisher
Ocean Software Ltd.
Developer
Data East, Ocean
Platforms
Amstrad CPC, Amiga, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum (1990), Arcade, Commodore 64, NES, Game Boy (1991)

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Nintendo Game Boy Console

Online emulated version of RoboCop 2 was originally developed for Game Boy, an 8-bit handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo. The first handheld in the Game Boy family, it was first released in Japan on April 21, 1989, then North America, three months later, and lastly in Europe, more than one year later. It was designed by the same team that developed the Game & Watch series of handheld electronic games and several Nintendo Entertainment System games: Satoru Okada, Gunpei Yokoi, and Nintendo Research & Development No.1.

The console features a dull green dot-matrix screen (160x144 px) with adjustable contrast dial, five control buttons (a directional pad, two game buttons, and "START" and "SELECT"), a single speaker with adjustable volume dial, and, like its rivals, uses cartridges as physical media for games. At launch, it was sold either as a standalone unit, or bundled with one of several games, namely Super Mario Land or Tetris.

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online game added: 2022-05-12, by dj