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Operation Wolf
オペレーションウルフ

(1987)




Arcade flyer (inside) [back]
 

Arcade instructions
 

Famicom (1989)
 

PC Engine (1990)
 

 
Operation Wolf
オペレーションウルフ

FAMICOM
DETAILS
Format Famicom
Released 31 Mar 1989
Publisher Taito
Product ID TFC-OW-5900
Size (cm) ?
Weight (kg) ?
PRICE
STATUS
Taito's arcade milestone makes a decent appearance of the Famicom: crisp, fun, and 'Famicom Gun' compatible.
An 8-bit classic; easily the best light gun game of its era.

Taito hard plastic case, 2Mbit cartridge, monochrome booklet.

Operation Wolf
オペレーションウルフ

PC ENGINE
DETAILS
Format PC Engine
Released 31 Aug 1990
Publisher NEC Avenue
Product ID NAPH-1010
Size (cm) 14.2 x 12.4 x 1
Weight (kg) 0.10
PRICE
STATUS
NEC Avenue do a great job with the PC Engine version of Operation Wolf, compensating for the lack of light gun by throwing in a fun 2-player mode.
Full marks on this one.

Standard PCE case, 4Mbit HuCard, colour booklet.

Operation Wolf
オペレーションウルフ

FM TOWNS
DETAILS
Format FM Towns
Released 1990
Publisher Ving
Product ID HMB-126
Size (cm) ?
Weight (kg) ?
PRICE
STATUS
Last but not least comes the 1990 FM Towns version, a downright perfect port of the arcade original featuring mouse control and an all-new CD soundtrack.

A very rare item; this is the only image we could find - like most Ving releases the game probably came packaged in a large plastic box. More info as it comes in!

 

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