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Rating (1-10): 7 Comments: Japanese cart contains FM sound.

Variations: Very similar to Power Strike ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name: Alex Kidd and the Lost Stars Author/Vendor: Sega Year: 1988 Region: USA, Japan, Europe, Australia Language: Various Genre: Adventure Cart Size: 2 megabit Players: 1 Peripherals: Control Pad, Control Stick Premise: An evil monster Jiggarat steals the stars from above Planet Aries, and it is up to Alex Kidd to stop him. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name: Alex Kidd: BMX Trial Author/Vendor: Sega Year: 1987 Region: Japan Language: Japanese Genre: Sports (bmx) Cart Size: 4 megabit Players: 1 Peripherals: Paddle Controller Premise: A BMX game featuring Alex Kidd, which was only released in Japan. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name: Alex Kidd in High Tech World Author/Vendor: Sega Year: 1987 Region: USA, Europe, Australia Language: Various Genre: Adventure Cart Size: 1 megabit Players: 1 Peripherals: Control Pad, Control Stick Premise: Alex Kidd hears about a great new arcade in a nearby city.

============================================================================== The Sega Master System Game Guide Started Monday, 25th November, 2002 Written by Matt Keller Last updated Tuesday, December 21, 2004 Version 1.10 342 titles covered 319/342 entries complete (93.27%) ============================================================================== ======== Contents ======== 1. Players: # of players Peripherals: What extra peripherals are supported Premise: What the game is about Impressions: What I think of the Game Rating (1-10): A rating for the game Comments: Any extra notes Variations: Notes about versions on other consoles or clones ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ============ 3.

I am aware of the majority of these errors, and am doing my best to correct them, but keep in mind that these things take time. Explanation of Format ======================== ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name: Name of the game, preferably full title Author/Vendor: Developer/Publisher Year: Year of release Region: Places it was released in Language: All languages supported Genre: Type of game Cart Size: How many Megabit?

Variations: Known as Anmitsu Hime in Japan, features different characters. Alf looks like something runny and brown that cracks porcelin, and the gameplay is a bit naff.

Fly an advanced fighter jet, and blow up everything that comes your way.

Impressions: While it can't even put a dent in Fantasy Zone's title as the best horizontal shooter on the system, it isn't all that bad. Rating (1-10): 6 Comments: None Variations: None ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name: After Burner Author/Vendor: Sega Year: 1988 Region: USA, Japan, Europe, Australia Language: Various Genre: Action Cart Size: 4 megabit Players: 1 Peripherals: Control Pad, Control Stick Premise: You're an ace fighter pilot.

This is the second guide of this nature that I have written, with my long running Gamecube Game Guide being the first.

While it is currently a work in progress, I hope that it could one day be touted as a comprehensive guide to the games available on the system.

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