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|System(s): Sega Mega LD|
|Developer: HighTech Lab. Japan, C-lab.|
|Original system(s): Taito Super D3BOS|
|Sound driver: RSS|
|Number of players: 1|
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Pyramid Patrol is a Sega Mega LD full-motion video rail shooter developed by HighTech Lab. Japan and C-lab., and published by Taito. A port of the developers' titular 1993 Taito Super D3BOS arcade motion simulator ride film Pyramid Patrol, the game was first released in Japan in August 1993, and was brought to the United States later that December.
In August 1995, the game was ported to the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer as Pyramid Intruder by the same developer.
Pyramid Patrol is a rail shooter which puts players in the cockpit of an advanced attack spacecraft flying through three-dimensional landscapes, where the Control Pad moves a crosshair around the screen to aim the spacecraft's main weaponry at waves of incoming hostile units.
- Main article: Pyramid Patrol/Magazine articles.
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|Mega LD, JP (Demonstration Disc)|
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