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Kid Niki: Radical Ninja Kid Niki: Radical Ninja - Japanese Logo - Katakana / Kanji

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja - Cabinet - Video Game Marquee

Description

A side-scrolling game in which you are a ninja who uses a spinning sword to attack enemies. Bells are used for gaining power-ups or other weapons. The first end-boss is Death Breath.

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja was produced by Irem in 1986.

Irem released 89 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1978. Irem was based in Japan.

Other machines made by Irem during the time period Kid Niki: Radical Ninja was produced include: Atomic Boy, Lode Runner - Golden Labyrinth, Lode Runner - Majin No Fukkatsu, Lot Lot, Spelunker, Kaiketsu Yanchamaru, Lode Runner - Teikoku Karano Dasshutsu, Youjyuden, Battle Bird, and Battle Chopper

Specs

Name Kid Niki: Radical Ninja
Developer Irem (Japan)
Year 1986
Type Videogame
KLOV/MOG # 8305
Class Wide Release
Genre Adventure
Monitor
Conversion Class Irem
Game Specific Kid Niki: Radical Ninja Pinout
Dipswitch Settings

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja Dipswitch Settings (user contributed)

# Simultaneous Players 1
# Maximum Players 2
Game Play Alternating
Control Panel Layout Single Player
Controls
  • Joystick: 8-way
  • Buttons: 2 - SwordJump
Sound Amplified Mono (one channel)
Cabinet Styles
  • Upright/Standard
Bezel Kid Niki: Radical Ninja Bezel Image
Side Art Kid Niki: Radical Ninja Side Art Image
PCB Kid Niki: Radical Ninja PCB Image

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja KLOV/IAM 5 Point User Score: 3.33 (1 vote)

Fun Factor: 3.40

Overall Like 4.00
Fun (Social) 3.00
Fun (Solo) 4.00
Collector Desire 2.00

Technical Rating: 3.25

Gameplay 4.00
Graphics 4.00
Originality 2.00
Sound/Music 3.00

Personal Impressions and Technical Impressions each account for half of the total score. Within the Personal Impressions category, Like carries a little more weight than the other factors.

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VAPS Arcade/Coin-Op Kid Niki: Radical Ninja Census

There are 14,836 members of the Video Arcade Preservation Society / Vintage Arcade Preservation Society, 9,506 whom participate in our arcade census project of games owned, wanted, or for sale. Census data currently includes 164,889 machines (6,918 unique titles).

Common - There are 32 known instances of this machine owned by Kid Niki: Radical Ninja collectors who are active members. Of these, 2 of them are conversions in which game circuit boards (and possibly cabinet graphics) have been placed in (and on) another game cabinet. 30 of them are only circuit boards which a collector could put into a generic case if desired.

For Sale - There are 2 active VAPS members with a Kid Niki: Radical Ninja circuit boards for sale.

Wanted - There is one active VAPS member currently looking for Kid Niki: Radical Ninja. There is one active VAPS member looking for a Kid Niki: Radical Ninja circuit board set.

This game ranks a 7 on a scale out of 100 (100 = most often seen, 1=least common) in popularity based on census ownership records.

This game ranks a 3 on a scale out of 100 (100 = most often seen, 1=least common) in popularity based on census want list records.

Rarity and Popularity independently are not necessarily indications of value. [More Information]

Technical

CPU: Z80
SOUND CPU: M6803
SOUND: 2xAY-8910 and 2xMSM5205

Manuals

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