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The cityscape of Neo Tokyo is the main menu between levels where you visit shops and equip your robot.
The robot chassis can be equipped in five categories. We’re changing the drive.
In-level action (graphics set #1).
In-level action (graphics set #2).
In-level action (graphics set #3).
In-level action (graphics set #4).
In-level action (graphics set #5).
In-level action (graphics set #6).
Shopping for weaponry in the Meteor store.
Placing bets on our performance in the next level.
If equipment is damaged, you can save money by repairing it in this mini-game. The objective is to turn the tiles so that the wires are aligned.
The Amgia original makes much more use of terrain heights than the PC port.
Some blocks can be pushed.
In a maze of directional arrows. They accelerate your robot in one direction.
Optional insurance for the robot equipment.
Now where’s the teleport that leads into the room to the left?
Enemies are only a real threat when they appear in large numbers.
Ah! The treasure chamber!
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