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|High Seas Havoc|
|Publisher: Data East (JP/US), Codemasters (EU)|
|Developer: Data East|
|System(s): Sega Mega Drive-based arcade hardware, Sega Mega Drive|
|ROM size: 1MB|
High Seas Havoc, known as Captain Lang (キャプテンラング) in Japan and just Havoc in Europe, is a platform game developed by Data East for the Sega Mega Drive in 1993. It was also released for a bespoke Data East-made arcade board based on the Mega Drive in the same year.
In the game you play as an anthropomorphic seal named Havoc (Lang in the Japanese version) on a quest to rescue a girl named Bridget from the evil pirate Bernardo. All controller buttons are treated the same. Pressing once jumps. Pressing while in midair does a spin attack. Pressing while crouching (hold ) lunges forward in a roll. Jumping on enemies destroys them and jumping on treasure chests opens them.
The first stage "Cape Sealph" has been removed for the PAL version, which starts with the second stage "Pirate Ship". The data is still on the ROM however, and can be accessed using cheating devices.
Game Designed by: Akira Ohtani
Logic Designed by: Yasuhiro Matsuda, Hiroyasu Fujimaru
Character Designed by: Mutsunori Sato
Visual Designed by: Megumi Sinya, Youichi Kodama
Music Composed by: Emi Simizu
SE and Music Composed by: Koremasa
Special Thanks to: Masato Noguchi, Steve Miller, Yasuro Koideya, Hisatada Ohta, Eisuke Tsuzawa, Syuji Ishimaki, Manabu Yokoi, Yukie Shiraiwa, Ayumi Kitazawa, Mari Matsuzaka, Konoa, Data East USA, Inc.
|70||Sega Retro Average|
|Based on 10 reviews|
|Mega Drive, UK|
|Mega Drive, FR|