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Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000

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The SG-1000 (エスジー・セン Esujī Sen?), which stands for Sega Game 1000, was a cartridge-based video game console manufactured by Sega. This system marked Sega's first entry into the home video game hardware business, and while the system was not popular, it provided the basis for the more successful Master System.



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Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Bank Panic is an arcade game developed by Sanritsu and manufactured by Sega in 1984. West Bank is a clone of the game, released on several platforms. The player assumes the part of an Old West sheriff who must protect a bank and its customers from masked robbers. The layout of the bank is implicitly a circle with twelve numbered doors and the player in the center. The player can rotate to the left or right and view three doors at a time. The doors will open to reveal a customer (who will drop a...
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Bomb Jack (ボンジャック) is an arcade game developed by Tehkan which was later ported to the SG-1000 by Sega in 1985. The aim of the game is to collect all the bombs in the playfield while avoiding monsters. Extra points are awarded for collecting the bombs in a specific order.
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Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
by Pony - Sega
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C_So! (C-SO!) is a 1985 SG-1000 game developed by Compile and published by Sega. It is a port of an MSX game from the same year, which was published by Pony Canyon. The game has the player collect various items and defeat monsters by using see-saws. In order to progress, all items must be collected and all monsters must be destroyed. There is also an edit mode, allowing the player to create their own levels. The game was only released in Japan. A South Korean company Joy Soft...
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
by Sega - Taito
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Chack'n Pop (ちゃっくんぽっぷ Chakkunpoppu?) is an arcade game released by Taito in 1983, considered to be an ancestor of Bubble Bobble due to the appearance of many similar enemies and Bubble Bobble's duplication of a Chack'n Pop level. The arcade rom set also contains unused graphics for the mechanical wind-up "Zen-Chan" that later appeared in Bubble Bobble. Although now considered obscure, home conversions of the game exist for Sega SG-1000, MSX, Famicom, NEC PC-6001 and...
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Champion Ice Hockey (チャンピオンアイスホッケー) is a simplistic ice hockey game built for the SG-1000. It was only released in Japan. You play as the Red team vs. the Blue team. One button shoots, while the other button passes. Up and down control not only your goalie, but also the direction of the scoring shot.
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Champion Pro Wrestling (チャンピオンプロレス) is an SG-1000 game. It was later ported to SG-1000-based arcade hardware and to the MSX. Other Japanese computers received Champion Prowres Special instead.
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Championship Lode Runner (チャンピオンシップロードランナー) is a puzzle/action game which serves as an update to Lode Runner . It is almost exactly the same game, but contains 50 of the most challenging levels devised. The SG-1000 version also introduces music and offers a slight change in graphics.
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Choplifter (チョップリフター) is a 1982 Apple II game developed by Dan Gorlin and published by Brøderbund. In the game you pilot a helicopter and must rescue people from prisoner of war camps. The success of Choplifter meant it was brought to a variety of platforms including the SG-1000 in 1985 and the Sega Master System in 1986. Sega were also responsible for an arcade port to both Sega System 1 and Sega System 2 hardware. Though Choplifter II was a Nintendo Game Boy exclusive,...
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Choplifter v613 (1985)(Sega)(JP)(en)(beta)
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Doki Doki Penguin Land (どきどきペンギンランド) is a 1985 game initially developed by Sega for the SG-1000. It is a platform-based puzzle game, where a penguin must guide an egg down the screen making sure not to break it. Doki Doki Penguin Land is often considered by Sega to be a classic, even though it has rarely been seen outside of Japan. An arcade version was developed running on hardware derived from the SG-1000, and as such is largely identical to the home version. There was...
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Dragon Wang (ドラゴン・ワン) is an action game for the SG-1000. You play as a man and have to kick other men through four stages. It is the prequel to Kung Fu Kid for the Sega Master System.
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Drol (ドロール) is an SG-1000 game released in 1985. Originally developed by Brøderbund for various home computers in the west, it was brought to the SG-1000 by Sega and released exclusively in Japan. You play as a robot who must rescue his children.
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by Sega - Taito
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Elevator Action (エレベーターアクション) is an arcade game developed by Taito which was later ported to the SG-1000 exclusively for Japan. This is one of two Elevator Action games to be released on a Sega system, the other being Elevator Action Returns .
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GP World (GPワールド) is a Laserdisc-based racing game developed and published by Sega for a custom-built arcade system in 1984. It was "ported" to the SG-1000 in 1985. GP World uses a third person perspective similar to the likes of Turbo, and sees the player race in a formula one car across various tracks. It is also notable for having a track editor. It is likely that the SH-400 controller was designed with this game in mind.
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GP World Rev 0 (1985)(Sega)(JP)(en)
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
by Activision - Sega
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H.E.R.O. (ヒーロー) is an action game originally developed and published by Activision. Sega brought it to the SG-1000 in Japan. The object of the game is to rescue trapped miners in a volcano. 1 drops a stick of dynamite to blow up barriers and kill enemies. 2 shoots a laser-like thing, which you can use to kill enemies. At the bottom of the screen, there is a Power meter showing you how much energy you have left; energy goes down as time goes on. Simply touch a miner to rescue him and...
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Hang-On II (ハングオンII) is an SG-1000 sequel to the critically acclaimed Hang-On . Despite the name, the game is meant as a direct sequel to the Mark III version of Hang-On , and is virtually identical to that game. The only difference is downgraded graphics and the addition of music from the arcade version. Meanwhile, Super Hang-On is the direct sequel to the arcade game. It is compatible with the BH-400 bike handle controller, and would be the only SG-1000 game designed for it (though...
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Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
by Konami - Sega
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Hyper Sports (コナミのハイパースポーツ) is a sports game developed by Konami and released for the SG-1000 in 1985 (following a 1984 MSX launch). The game has the player compete through a number of olympic events.
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Othello (オセロ) is an SG-1000 video game based on the board game Othello. Two versions of Othello exist for the SG-1000. The first version, released in 1983, was built into the Othello Multivision (which is where the system gets its name from). Sega would later re-release this game in cartridge form in 1985, offering significant graphical and AI improvements over Tsukuda Original's version.
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Pitfall II: The Lost Caverns (ピットフォールII) is the sequel to Pitfall and was released for a variety of systems during the mid-1980s including the SG-1000 in 1985. It was also ported to Sega System 1 arcade hardware by Sega. Gameplay is similar to the original game, but the levels are more maze-like. Sega's version of Pitfall II was tweaked significantly from its western counterparts released for the Atari 2600 , ColecoVision etc. The gameplay is largely the same, but there are many...
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Rock n' Bolt (ロックンボルト) is a puzzle game developed by Activision, released for a number of home computers and consoles including the SG-1000 in 1985. It follows Louie the constructor who must bolt down moving platforms in their correct location within a set time limit. The SG-1000 port is arguably a better choice over its Commodore 64, MSX and ColecoVision counterparts. This is because it is able to give the game a soundtrack without sacrificing the quality of the graphics....
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Shinnyuushain Tooru-Kun (コナミの新入社員とおる君) is a game for the SG-1000. It was originally an arcade game by Konami known as Mikie outside Japan.
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Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
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Soukoban (倉庫番) is a puzzle game developed by Thinking Rabbit. Sega ported it to the SG-1000 in 1985, and in 1990, a Sega Game Gear version was also released. Neither version left Japan. Soukoban is the basis for Shove It! ...The Warehouse Game , released for the Sega Mega Drive.
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Space Invaders (スペースインベーダー) is a 1979 milestone arcade game developed by Taito. The player controls a gun which can move left or right, and needs to destroy waves of aliens (or "invaders") before they reach the ground. Space Invaders was brought to a variety of home video game consoles and computers, including the SG-1000 in 1985. Surprisingly the SG-1000 port of the game was one of the most accurate of its time, surpassing the NES and MSX versions which were the...
Console Living Room: Sega SG-1000
by Sega Tenkan
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Star Force (スターフォース) is a 1984 arcade vertical shoot-'em-up developed by Tehkan (now Tecmo), which was later brought to the SG-1000 in 1985. The SG-1000 version of the game was released on both cartridge an on Sega Card.
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Terebi Oekaki (テレビおえかき) is the game packaged with the Sega Graphic Board for the SG-1000. It is a simple paint program. The Terebi Oekaki ("TV Draw", also officially aliased as Sega Graphic Board), was released in 1985, in the early Sega Mark III days. It was available in stores for ¥8800. The package consists in a cartridge linked to the board, and a plastic pen (although any object can be used instead). The board is made of gray plastic, with a transparent window...
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Zaxxon (ザクソン) is an arcade shoot 'em up video game released by Sega. It is named after its groundbreaking use of axonometric projection (though more specifically, it uses isometric projection) and was released for bespoke arcade hardware in 1982. Zaxxon was the first video game to use an isometric perspective, a graphical style which would see widespread use in the years which followed. Zaxxon stands as one of Sega's earliest video game successes, and is also notable for being the first...
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Zoom 909 (ズーム909) is an arcade game developed by Sega for VCO Object arcade hardware. It was released worldwide in 1982, however after obtaining a license for Buck Rogers, western versions of the game became known as Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom. Both Zoom 909 and Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom are largely the same game minus some minor graphical differences. Though most home ports of the game are based on Planet of Zoom, Zoom 909 was brought to the Japanese MSX in 1983 and SG-1000 in 1985.
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