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Twin Bee Yahhoo! (ver JAA)

Twin Bee Yahhoo! Fushigi no Kuni de Oo-Abare!! (c) 1995 Konami.


Konami GX hardware

Main CPU : 68EC020

Sound CPU : 68000

Sound Chips : (2x) K054539

Screen orientation : Horizontal

Video resolution : 288 x 224 pixels

Screen refresh : 60.00 Hz

Palette colors : 8192

Players : 4

Control : 8-way joystick

Buttons : 3


The title of this game translates from Japanese as 'Twin Bee Yahhoo! - Uproar In A Mysterious Land'.

The J-Pop song played in attract mode (make sure that get it via the dipswitches) is called 'Bokura no Suteki' and is sung by Mariko Kouda. Here are the Japanese lyrics :

kanashimi no mori o, sama you kimi wa -

futo sora o mite, uchuu o omou -

ikutsumono ginga -

IMEEJI shita, sono mune ni -

umareru yuuki -

yume o mite, aruki daseru no wa -

bokura no SUTEKI sa, kimi to -

mirai e yukou -

soba ni ite, sasae au koto wa -

inochi no SUTEKI no hitotsu -

kodoku ni ochinaide.

Here is the translated version :

You are wandering about the sorrowful woods -

See the sudden skies, think about outer space -

A lot of Galaxies -

On that imagined chest -

The courage to be born -

See the dreams and we can begin to walk -

You are lovely to us -

Going to the future -

It's in the side and supports each other -

The one lovely life -

Don't fall alone.

King Records released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Twin Bee Yahhoo! Original Game Soundtrack - KICA-7681) on 07/06/1995.


1. Twin Bee (1985)

2. Detana!! Twin Bee (1991)

3. Twin Bee Yahhoo! Fushigi no Kuni de Oo-Abare!! (1995)


* Consoles :

Sega Saturn (1995, "Detana Twinbee Yahho-! Deluxe Pack")

Sony PlayStation (1995, "Detana TwinBee Yahho-! Deluxe Pack")

Sony PSP (2007, "Twin Bee Portable")