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A superb sideways scrolling shoot-em-up in which the players chooses from 3 jet fighters: an A-10 Thunderbolt, a F-14 tomcat and an F-20 tiger Shark - and must battle their way through 10 enemy-packed levels (plus an extra bonus stage).

Runs on the CP System hardware.
B-Board ID: 88622B-3

Players: 2
Control: 8-Way Joystick
Buttons: 2
=> [1] Fire, [2] Special

U.N. Squadron is North American's release of Area 88, originally released in August 1989 in Japan. It was known there as the 6th video game made for the CP System.
In this version, the special mission is missing.

The game is based on the Japanese manga of the same name.

It was re-released in 1991 as "Area 88 [B-Board 91634B-2]".

Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Area 88 - PCCB-00018) on 21/01/1989.
* More Money : if you start a 2-player game at the same time, each one will be credited 3,000 dollars. On the other hand, if the second player arrives afterwards, he will have 12,000 dollars (you have just gained 9,000 dollars).

* Hidden Mission : there are several methods to play this mission, here is one : Beat the Mission 3 (The Forest Fortress) by destroying the heart of the fortress on the first blow (1st passage).

* Various Little Ending Animations : at the ending screen (presented by Capcom), various little animations are shown dependent on how much Mechs were recovered, or if the Unicorn was recovered... - U.N. Squadron - PCB

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