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Only Golgo 13 can free the hostages onboard the runaway trains!
As Japan's best professional hit-man, code-named Golgo 13, you've been hired by local
authorities, as a last resort, to free a group of passengers held captive onboard a
number of runaway trains. In this emergency situation, there's only one way you can carry
out your contract: You must drive your car alongside each train, and use your M-16 rifle
to break the train's windows, in order to let the hostages escape. However, not only must
you contend with incoming traffic of trains and cars that block your line of fire, you
must also watch out for hostile helicopters bent on stopping you dead in your tracks. This
is certainly one of Golgo 13's toughest missions!
In an effort to raise money to fund his Opcode Games projects (most notably his Super
Game Module), Eduardo Mello had previously been auctioning off some prototypes of SG-1000
and MSX ports on eBay. They sold rather well, but the downside is that having only five
ColecoVision cartridges of each prototype meant that only five people could play and enjoy
In early March 2011, Eduardo contacted me and offered me his unreleased SG-1000 and MSX ports,
so that they may be published by Team Pixelboy, including his SG-1000 port of Golgo 13.
I gladly accepted, and now you can add this high-quality game to your collection!
Click here to see a YouTube video of the original SG-1000 version.
SPECIAL THANKS: Omar Cornut, Albert Yarusso and all AtariAge forum members.
- Eduardo Mello : Software port and beta-testing
- Luc Miron : Box design, game manual, cart label, software beta-testing
- Jean-François Dupuis : Software beta-testing
- Todd Scheele : Software beta-testing
- Dale Crum / Doc4 : Game manual layout (http://doc4design.com)
- Oliver Puschatzki : Box printing services
- Fred Quimby : Cartridge PCB design
- Harvey deKleine : Electronic sourcing and assemblies
Golgo 13 © 1984 Saito Production
Original SG-1000 game © 1984 Sega