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Radar Mission

Radar Mission (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Genre: Casual (Board Game)
Developer: Unknown
AKA: Kaisen Game: Radar Mission (JP)
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Reader Reviews

Radar Mission review

Reviewed March 07, 2004

tomclark says: "An imposing warship, ready to decimate an unseen enemy. A blood red sky, foggy with the haze of battle. An oh-so-cool logo.... the cover art for Radar Mission was very exciting for an eight year old. And as such, on the magical Christmas morning when I first got my Game Boy, I spurned the lure of Tetris, the super-heroic adventures of The Amazing Spider-Man, or the wonder of Mario in order to spend some time with what promised to be a tale of epic naval conflict, heroism, daring escapades and ex..."
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