|Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa|
|Publisher: Sega, Sunsoft, Pony Canyon|
|Developer: Sega R&D2, Sanritsu, Jastec, Atelier Double|
|System(s): Sega Master System, Sega System E, Famicom, MSX, Virtual Console|
Fantasy Zone II is very similar to the original game, however makes a few important changes. Levels are now split up into sections, which can be travelled to and from via warp gates. Unfortunately the game lacks a radar, which makes navigating the levels more difficult than in its predecessor. It is also possible to visit the shop at any time, rather than relying on a balloon to appear.
Aside from this the game is much the same as before - the player controls Opa-Opa and must destroy "bases" littered throughout the level. When all the bases are destroyed, a boss will appear, and defeating the boss will allow the user to progress to the next level. The Japanese Master System version is compatible with the FM Sound Unit.
Following the release of the Master System version, Sega brought Fantasy Zone II to the Sega System E arcade platform, whose internals are almost identical to Sega's home console. The System E version replaces the power meter with a radar, though is the only port to do so. Pony Canyon brought the game to MSX computers and Sunsoft released a copy for the Nintendo Famicom. Both home ports take a hit in terms of graphics and sound, and the MSX version has choppier scrolling. Sunsoft's port was renamed Fantasy Zone 2: The Teardrop of Opa-Opa.
In 2008 the game was re-released in volume 33 of the Sega Ages 2500 PlayStation 2 series in Japan, along with all the other main entries in the Fantasy Zone series. This collection is notable for the inclusion of Fantasy Zone II DX: The Tears of Opa-Opa, a full-fledged remake of the game to Sega System 16 arcade hardware.
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Master System JP TV advert
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|Master System, KR|
|Fantasy Zone series of games|
|Fantasy Zone (1986) | Fantasy Zone (redemption game) (1998?) | Fantasy Zone II DX: The Tears of Opa-Opa (2008) | Medal de Fantasy Zone (2012)|
|Fantasy Zone (1986) | Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa (1987) | Fantasy Zone: The Maze (1987) | Galactic Protector (1988)|
|Fantasy Zone Gear (1991)|
|Super Fantasy Zone (1992)|
|Sega Ages Fantasy Zone (1997)|
|Fantasy Zone (2003)|
|Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 3: Fantasy Zone (2003) | Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 33: Fantasy Zone Complete Collection (Fantasy Zone II DX: The Tears of Opa-Opa | Fantasy Zone Neo Classic (2008)|
|Fantasy Zone (2009)|
|3D Fantasy Zone: Opa-Opa Bros. (2014) | 3D Fantasy Zone II Double (2014)|
|Space Fantasy Zone (Unreleased)|
|Fantasy Zone related media|
|Fantasy Zone Ultra Super Big Maximum Great Strong Complete Album (2008)|
|Fantasy Zone Ura Manual (198x) | Fantasy Zone Kanzen Kouryaku Guide (1987) | Family Computer Game Hisshou-hou Series 43: Fantasy Zone (1987) | Fantasy Zone Hisshou Kanpeki Hon (1987) | Fantasy Zone II Kanpeki Hon (1989) | Fantasy Zone Isei Kara no Shinryaku-sha (19xx)|
|Fantasy Zone (1987)|