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Mahou Daisakusen
X68000 Mahou Daisakusen
Developer Raizing
Publisher Electronic Arts Victor
Released Dec 16, 1994 (X68000)
Feb 10, 1995 (FM Towns)
Japanese Title 魔法大作戦
System X68000
FM Towns
Media Floppy Disk x3 (X68000)
CD Rom (FM Towns)
Genre Shoot 'em up

Mahou Daisakusen (also known as Sorcer Striker outside Japan) is a vertical scrolling shoot 'em up with a medieval fantasy theme mixed with modern weaponry and devices. It was developed by Raizing and published by Electronic Arts Victor on December 16, 1994 for the X68000.

This is the first game in a trilogy started in the arcades. The game was also ported later to the FM Towns in 1995 with graphical improvements. It should be noted that the FM Towns version will not run on a FM Towns Marty console.

PlotEdit

The goblin empire became more powerful than ever thanks to the charismatic king Gobligan, a human who united goblins under his rule. King Caudwener knew that the goblins began mass production of magical weapons. Assassinating Gobligan seemed the only option. Four warriors volunteer to infiltrate the goblin empire and carry out this dangerous task.

GameplayEdit

GalleryEdit

X68000 version

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