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Robo Warrior

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Title Screen

Robo Warrior

Also known as: Bomber King (JP)
Developers: Hudson Soft, Aicom
Publishers: Hudson Soft (JP), Jaleco (US)
Platform: NES
Released in JP: August 07, 1987
Released in US: December 1988
Released in EU: September 27, 1989

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Regional differences

Robo Warrior is kinda like a souped-up Bomberman, from the same company. A sequel was released for the Game Boy, which was localized as a Blaster Master title.

Theme Song

Sing along, kiddies! Missingno Karaoke.

An odd mode accessible from the title screen where you can listen to the main theme song and view the lyrics on the screen. The Japanese version unlocks this after you enter the Item Shop upon clearing Levels 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 16, and 21; just die and return to the title screen.

While it remains in the US version, it can only be enabled by setting RAM address $02F8 to 01 before the title screen appears. The option will appear immediately, and can be selected... but as most of the kanji CHR data is missing, you can't see the text.