North American cover art
|Platform(s)||Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Genre(s)||Side-scrolling action with shooting elements|
Joyvan Kid (Chinese: 未来小子; pinyin: Wèilái Xiǎozi; literally: "Future Kid"), known in the U.S. as Metal Fighter, is a side-scrolling shooter game developed in Asia by Joy Van and published by Color Dreams and Sachen. It was later published as Metal Fighter μ (メタルファイター ミュー) in Japan by Kinema Music in 1991.
The player controls a robot, MCS-920, in an attempt to free planet H17 from alien invaders. MCS-920's weapons and speed can be improved by shooting certain enemies and collecting the power-ups they left behind. There is a special power-up that enables flight.
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