Halfpipe Tokyo

From Sega Retro


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Halfpipe Tokyo
System(s): Large attraction
Publisher: Sega
Number of players: 2-8
Release Date RRP Code
Large attraction
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Halfpipe Tokyo (ハーフパイプ トーキョー) is a large attraction designed by Sega. First installed alongside Veil Of Dark at the July 2012 reopening of Tokyo Joypolis, it remodels the older Halfpipe Canyon attraction designed by Sega AM5;[1] updates made to it include LED accents, larger LCD screens for displaying scores and videos, and the addition of an electronic dance soundtrack. Alongside Gekion Live Coaster, it has temporarily been updated to include other songs from licenced franchises.



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Large attractions
Sega Super Circuit | CCD Cart | Cyber Dome | Ghost Hunters | Astronomicon | Virtual Shooting | VR-1 | Rail Chase: The Ride | Mad Bazooka | Aqua Nova | Halfpipe Canyon | Time Fall | Treasure Panic | The Crypt | Fortune Museum | Beast In Darkness | Weird Photo Studio | Sega Rally Special Stage | Super Ranking | Shocking Maze | Sega Touring Car Championship Special | Aquarena | Lost Cemetery | Drift Cart | Fortune Cave | Viva! Skydiving | Speed Boarder | Dark Chapel | Spin Bullet | Fortune Forest | Initial D Arcade Stage 4 Limited | Sonic Hopper! | Lola and Carla the Beauty Contest | Veil Of Dark | Halfpipe Tokyo | Ace Attorney in Joypolis | Gekion Live Coaster | Sonic Ghost Shooting | Zero Latency VR