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Micronics, later known as Khaos, is a Japanese video game developer, responsible for a large number of conversions of popular arcade titles.

Many of their Family Computer releases are poorly programmed, including but not limited to: long delays between screens, since the games transferred graphics to video memory at a much slower rate than usual; and very low frame rates, varying between 12 and 20 frame/s, instead of the expected 60 frame/s. These releases also share a unique pause sound effect as an identifier.

Video games[edit]

Family Computer[edit]

Super Famicom[edit]

Mega Drive[edit]

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