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|Summer Carnival '92: Recca|
Japanese Famicom box art
|Release date(s)||Family Computer
JP 19920717July 17, 1992
3DS Virtual Console
JP 20121212December 12, 2012
EU 20130815August 15, 2013
NA 20130905September 5, 2013
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Summer Carnival '92: Recca (サマーカーニバル'92 烈火), commonly referred to as Recca (meaning "raging fire"), is a scrolling shooter video game for the Famicom released by Naxat Soft on July 17, 1992. As its name implies, Recca was created for a shooting game competition called the "Summer Carnival" by Naxat Soft, which took place in 1992. The game was known for pushing the Famicom to its limits, having high sprite counts while maintaining fast speeds.
As only a few copies were sold, the game is now quite rare, with cartridges selling for around 20 thousand yen. However, a download version of Recca was released for the Nintendo eShop on December 12, 2012, costing only 500 yen. It also was released for the first time in North America and Europe for the Nintendo eShop on September 5, 2013 and August 15, 2013 respectively.
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The soundtrack for the game was composed by Nobuyuki Shioda. It was released by Scitron on September 21, 2005 as Legend Consumer Series - Summer Carnival '92 Recca Original Soundtrack.
- AD 2303 (opening demo.unused)
- RECCA (title/another stage7)
- JETTER (stage1 first half/another stage5)
- CRISIS (boss)
- M.O.M (stage1 second half/another stage3)
- HYDE (stage2/another stage6)
- ELM-39 (stage3/stage4)
- D.A.D (another stage1)
- TERA (another stage2)
- DEEPSPACE (another stage4)
- BOSTUNE (final boss)
- DEATH-TROY (ending)
- HIENER (score attack first half)
- GELGOOG (score attack second half)
- OVER (game over)
- LOVIN' YOU (unused)
- DREAMIN' YOU (unused)
- THROBBIN' YOU (unused)
- "HYDE - JEKYLL MIX"(Summer Carnival '92 Recca self arrange ver)
- "JSR $2302"
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- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrQn-O_zFRc. YouTube. 2010-01-21. Retrieved 2013-09-05.
- "Ultra Rare NES Shooter Coming To 3DS Virtual Console". Siliconera. 2012-12-04. Retrieved 2013-03-18.
- Nobuyuki Shioda
- Manabu Namiki
- Summer Carnival '92 - Recca at the Nintendo eShop (Japanese)
- Summer Carnival '92 - Recca at MobyGames
- Summer Carnival '92 - Recca at GameFAQs
- Nobuyuki Shioda ~ 塩田信之 （しおだ のぶゆき） at GameMusicComposerMEMO (Japanese)
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