1941: Counter Attack

1941: Counter Attack
Counter Attack
Logo de 1941: Counter Attack

Éditeur Capcom
Développeur Capcom
Concepteur Kihaji Okamoto (directeur)

Date de sortie 1990
Genre Shoot them up
Mode de jeu Un à deux joueurs
Console portable
Média PCB, SHuCard, DVD-ROM, UMD
Contrôle Joystick + 2 boutons, Manette

1941: Counter Attack est un jeu vidéo de shoot them up à scrolling vertical développé et édité par Capcom, sorti en février 1990 sur système d'arcade CP System. Conçu par Kihaji Okamoto, il s'agit de la suite de 1943: The Battle of Midway. Le jeu a été commercialisé sur SuperGrafX le 23 août 1991 au Japon, puis sur plate-formes Sony en 2006[1],[2].


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