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Aero the Acro-Bat
Game Code: XB Genre: Action/ Platform
US Title: Aero the Acro-Bat US Publisher: Sunsoft
Japan Title: Not released in Japan Japan Publisher: -
Title in Kanji: Title in Kana:
European Title: Aero the Acro-Bat Europe Publisher: Sunsoft
Developer: Iguana Entertainment Players: 1
Accessories: none Special Chips: none
Save: none

Aero the Acro-Bat is one of the many character based platfomer games that came out during the 16-bit era that tried to match the "cool" of Sonic the Hedgehog. This game certainly does not reach the level of greatness that the Sonic series did. From my brief play of the first two levels, I found the graphics to be mediocre, the controls awkward (especially the angled double jump that is required to kill enemies and reach high platforms), and the sound to be absolutely grating. I also hated the clown enemies that were relentless in their attack and were impossible to kill. The game is likely worth a look if you have played all of the great 16-bit platform games, but there are certainly better ones.


Cartridge label information

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Americas United States SNS-XB-USA regular release link

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PCB Information

ROM Chip ID Region Known Man. Dates PCB Type CIC SRAM Decoder/ Logic Circuit Special Chips
SNS-XB-0 (front) USA - SHVC-1A0N-10 D411A There is no decoder chipThere are no special chips
SNS-XB-0 (front) USA 9339 SHVC-1A0N-20 D411A There is no decoder chipThere are no special chips

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Box information

Region Country Serial Code Notes Front Scan Back Scan
Americas United States SNS-XB-USA regular release link link

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