Toaplan shoot ’em up collection Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli announced for PS4, Switch

Includes various versions of Kyukyoku Tiger and Tiger-Heli.

Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli

M2 will release “Toaplan Arcade Garage” series shoot ’em up collection Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli for PlayStation 4 and Switch on October 28 in Japan, the developer announced.

Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli will be available digitally for 3,960 yen, which includes both Kyukyoku Tiger (known Twin Cobra in the west) and predecessor Tiger-Heli. Downloadable content, which adds the side-scrolling beat ’em up game Get Star (known as Guardian in the west) and a number of other ports, will also be available for 1,980 yen.

A physical edition, which includes Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli and the downloadable content, will be available for 7,480 yen.

Get the full details below.

Included in Both the Physical and Digital Editions

  • Kyukyoku Tiger (arcade version)
    • M2 Gadgets, Super Easy, and Arcade Challenge
  • Tiger-Heli (arcade version)
    • M2 Gadgets, Super Easy, and Arcade Challenge
  • Kyukyoku Tiger (two-player arcade version)
  • Twin Cobra (western arcade version of Kyukyoku Tiger)

Included in the Physical Edition + Downloadable Content

  • Get Star (arcade version)
  • Guardian (western arcade version of Get Star)
  • Kyukyoku Tiger (Famicom version)
  • Kyukyoku Tiger (PC Engine version)
  • Kyukyoku Tiger (Mega Drive version)
  • Twin Cobra (NES version)
  • Twin Cobra (Genesis version)
  • Tiger-Heli (Famicom version)
  • Tiger-Heli (NES version)

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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