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Acrobat Mission

Acrobat Mission (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Scrolling Shooter
Developer: Micronics

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Released
JP
09/11/1992
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Reader Reviews

Acrobat Mission review

Reviewed June 30, 2008

newalone4 says: "Of all the shoot em’ ups on home consoles that have never seen a US release I was surprised to find out that the Super Nintendo had ported 95% of all the Shmups made for the system; the only games that never made their way to the states included three cute em’ ups including Cotton, Parodious Da and Cho Ainki and only two of the serious kinds of space shooters (with Dezeamon falling somewhere in between) consisting of Rendering Ranger and Acrobat Mission, the latter of which possessing such a won..."
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