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Mechanized Attack

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Mechanized Attack

Mechanized Attack
Mechanized Attack
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Developer(s) SNK
Publisher(s) SNK
Platform(s) Arcade, Nintendo Entertainment System
Release date(s) Arcade version
NES version
Genre(s) Shooting game
Mode(s) Single-player

Mechanized Attack (メカナイズド・アタック Mekanaizudo Atakku) is a shooter game developed and published by SNK. It was released in North America for the arcade in 1989,[1] and it was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990.[2] It can be played with either the NES controller or the NES Zapper light gun.[3]

Easter egg

On the System Construction Screen, the player can cause a female figure to undress herself by certain inputs. The player can continue to make certain inputs following the undressing of the female figure,[4] but it also will show a hexagram which will cause the game to freeze up.[5]

References

  1. ^ (arcade) Release Date"Mechanized Attack".  
  2. ^ (NES) Release Date"Mechanized Attack".  
  3. ^ "Mechanized Attack". Moby Games. Retrieved 9 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "Mechanized Attack: Debug Mode". Giant Bomb. GameSpot. Retrieved 9 November 2014. 
  5. ^ "Mechanized Attack (NES)". The Cutting Room Floor. Retrieved 9 November 2014. 

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