Sorcer Striker

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Sorcer Striker
Mahou Daisakusen.png
FM-Towns cover art
Developer(s) Raizing
Director(s) Hitoshi Akashi
Producer(s) Masato Mizushima
Composer(s) Atsuhiro Motoyama
Series Mahō Daisakusen
Platform(s) Arcade
Sharp X68000
FM Towns
Release Arcade
  • JP: 1993
  • JP: December 16, 1994
FM Towns
  • JP: February 1995
  • JP: 2005
PlayStation 4
  • JP: November 2, 2017
Genre(s) Scrolling shooter
Mode(s) Single-player, 2-player (cooperative)
Cabinet Upright

Sorcer Striker, released in Japan as Mahou Daisakusen (魔法大作戦, "Magic Armageddon") is a 1993 medieval-themed scrolling shooter developed by Raizing (now known as Eighting) for the arcades and later ported to Sharp X68000 and FM Towns computers and the EZweb mobile phones. It is the first game in the Mahou Daisakusen trilogy, which includes Kingdom Grandprix and Dimahoo.

An M2 ShotTriggers re-release of this game will launch for the PlayStation 4 in Japan on November 2, 2017.[1]

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A manga adaptation was published by Shinseishiya in 1994.[2] A soundtrack CD was released that same year.[3]


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