Super Spy Hunter

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Super Spy Hunter
Box art
Front cover of Super Spy Hunter.
Developer(s) Sunsoft
Publisher(s) Sunsoft
Composer(s) Naoki Kodaka
Series Spy Hunter
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
Release date(s)
  • JP September 27, 1991
  • NA February 1992
  • PAL 1993
Genre(s) Vehicular combat
Mode(s) Single-player
In-game screenshot.

Super Spy Hunter, known in Japan as Battle Formula (バトルフォーミュラ?), is a vehicular combat video game developed and published by Sunsoft for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was originally released in Japan on September 27, 1991, and later released in North America as an unofficial sequel to Spy Hunter. Sunsoft America released it as a sequel due to releasing the NES version of the original Spy Hunter with permission from Bally Midway. The Japanese version Battle Formula was rereleased in Japan for the two-in-one Sony PlayStation game, Memorial Series SunSoft Vol.6, which also included Gimmick!, another SunSoft game which is also known in Europe as Mr. Gimmick.

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