The Berlin Wall (video game)

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The Berlin Wall
The Berlin Wall
North American arcade flyer
Developer(s) Kaneko
Inter State[1] (Game Gear)
Publisher(s) Kaneko
Platform(s) Arcade Game
Sega Game Gear
Release date(s) Arcade: 1991
Game Gear:
  • JP November 29, 1991
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single player, Up to 2 players, alternating turns
Cabinet Horizontal
CPU 68000
Sound AY8910, MSM6295
Display Raster, 256 × 224 pixels, 34816 colors

The Berlin Wall (also known as Berlin no Kabe (ベルリンの壁?)) is a platform arcade game released by Kaneko in 1991. The player takes control of a boy who must use his hammer to break the blocks that form part of the platform levels that form each stage. These holes act as traps for the many patrolling monsters and once one has fallen into a hole, the player may then use the hammer on the monster to make it fall through the hole and down to the platform below - causing it to change into fruit or power-ups, which can then be collected.

This game bears a number of similarities to Space Panic, generally considered as the first platform video game.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Inter State at Game Developer Research Institute

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