1987 [60fps] Shinobi 554250pts Hardest ALL (Bullet Speed Fast)

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忍 / Shinobi (set 6, System 16A) (unprotected) Sega 1987 Hardest All Player gheb 収録Ver Wolfmame0.183 Fast enemy bullet speed, All stages and first boss - Special bonus, Melee Only https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYvVsLttqzCQf7aXGlMkXAg?view_as=subscriber

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システムボード:セガ システム16A, B
CPU構成[68000, Z80, N7751] 音源チップ[YM2151, μPD7759]


[出典:忍 業務用販促チラシ(セガ)]

Shinobi (c) 1987 Sega Enterprises, Ltd.

A scrolling platform beat-em-up in which the player takes on the role of Joe Musashi, a Shinobi Ninja, who must fight his way through 5 tough missions - each made up of between 3 to 5 stages - in his quest to rescue the kidnapped Ninja children of the Iga clan; now hostages of an evil Ninja syndicate called "Zeed". To complete a mission, the player must rescue all of the kidnapped children on each level, with the number of hostages remaining displayed on a meter in the bottom left corner of the screen.

The Shinobi Ninja begins each level armed with either 'shuriken' throwing stars or a gun for long-range attacks; and a Samurai sword for close-range combat. In addition, the Ninja also has one 'Magic Attack' per level; a smart bomb which kills or damages all on-screen enemies. A points bonus is awarded whenever a level is completed without the Magic Attack being used. An end-of-level guardian awaits the player at the end of each mission, and each takes several hits before it is killed. Once a boss is defeated, the player is taken to a bonus stage in which a large number of Ninjas will try to 'jump' from the back of the screen to the front to attack the player. A bonus life is awarded if the player manages to kill all of the Ninjas without being attacked.

Shinobi was a huge success for Sega, and deservedly so. Its perfectly realized blend of platform and fighting action and is as fine an exponent of the 'easy to get into, difficult to master' gameplay ethic as video games have seen.


Sega System 16B Hardware
Game ID : 317-0049

Main CPU : 68000 (@ 10 Mhz)
Sound CPU : Z80 (@ 5 Mhz)
Sound Chips : YM2151 (@ 4 Mhz), UPD7759 (@ 640 Khz)

Players : 2
Control : 8-Way Joystick
Buttons : 3
= Attack, Jump, Magic


Shinobi was released in November 1987 in Japan.

Shinobi was one of the many names given to the ninja in feudal Japan. Its literal translation is 'stealer-in'; a reference to what Ninjas specialized in above all else. By employing any number of tricks such as stealth walking and staying upwind of any guard animals, the Shinobi went undetected about his mission. On a more devious level, the Shinobi was also a master of disguise, and would often 'steal in' to village communities disguised as a local, or into enemy palaces disguised as a wandering priest.

Marilyn Monroe's face appears on several posters in the Mission 1 second stage.

A Shinobi cabinet can be seen in the Nickelodeon show All That (from 1997 to 2000). however it used a fictional marquee which was made for the show.


Scoring in this game is very easy. Each enemy is worth 100 points with the exception of the Purple Guard and the Sword Throwing Guard which are worth 500 points. The bosses are 5000 points apiece. NOTE : The Purple Guards and Sword Throwing Guards are the ones that guard the hostages.

In addition to getting points from killing enemies, you can also score points for time left on the clock after you complete a level. You get 30 points per second of remaining time.

You can also receive special bonuses at the end of each level for certain actions :
1) If you don't use your ninja magic, you get a 5000 point bonus.
2) If you only use your Ninja-to sword (no Shurikens or gunfire), you get a 20000 point bonus.


1. Shinobi (1987)
2. Shadow Dancer - Kage no Mai (1989)
3. The Revenge of Shinobi (1989, Sega Mega Drive)
4. The Cyber Shinobi - Shinobi Part 2 (1990, Sega Master System)
5. GC Shinobi (1991, Sega Game Gear)
6. GG Shinobi II - The Silent Fury (1992, Sega Game Gear)
7. Shinobi III - Return of the Ninja Master (1993, Sega Mega Drive)
8. Shinobi Legions (1995, Sega Saturn)
9. Shinobi (2002, Sony PlayStation 2)
10. Nightshade (2004, Sony PlayStation 2)


Designed by : Noriyoshi Ohba
Staff : Sugachan 26, Wagamama Kenchi, Topi, Gyofunori, Hanachan, Super Haggar, Fanta Jijii, Yamiagari, Shinjuku Otoko


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