1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen for TurboGrafx-16/PC EngineTurboGrafx-16/PC Engine
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Online version of 1943 Kai for TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine. 1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen is a enhanced remake of 1943: The Battle of Midway released in 1987 for Arcades exclusively in Japan. It was later ported to the PC Engine in 1991 by Naxat Soft. The Lockheed P-38 Lightning was replaced by the Boeing Stearman E75 biplane. All the game's graphics were edited, with enemies and backgrounds now sporting different palettes. The number of stages was reduced from 16 to 10. The special weapons were all tweaked, auto gun was replaced by the new Laser, a piercing weapon. The game's difficulty was ramped up, with a more aggressive AI and tougher enemies...
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TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine Console
Online emulated version of 1943 Kai was originally developed for the TurboGrafx-16
known as the PC Engine in Japan and France, is a 16-bit fourth-generation home video game console designed by Hudson Soft and sold by NEC Home Electronics.
It was released in Japan in 1987, and in North America in 1989.
The TurboGrafx-16 uses a Hudson Soft HuC6280 CPU—an 8-bit CPU modified with two 16-bit graphics processors—running at 7.6 MHz. It features 8 KB of RAM, 64 KB of Video RAM, and the ability to display 482 colors at once from a 512-color palette. The sound hardware, built into the HuC6280 CPU, includes a PSG running at 3.58 MHz and a 5-10 bit stereo PCM.
Games were released on HuCard cartridges and later the CD-ROM optical format with the TurboGrafx-CD add-on. The TurboGrafx-16 controller, officially named the TurboPad, features a rectangular shape with a directional pad, two numbered "I" and "II" buttons, two rubber "Select" and "Start" buttons, and two "Turbo" switches for the I and II buttons with three speed settings.