Songa II

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Songa II
Manufacturer: Songa
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
R$? ?
Sega Mega Drive
(Pro 16 bit) 223000RUB ?

The Songa II is an unlicensed Sega Mega Drive console released in Brazil and Argentina. It was the successor to the Songa I, though is mostly identical aside from the new case design. It was also released as the MG-16R (a presumed successor to the MG-16) by Electrolab, Pro 16 Bit (succeeding a previous "Pro 16 Bit") by Steepler and Super Bitman by Bitman which also had a version modeled on KW-501. The Songa II shipped with wireless six-button gamepads, and is fully compatible with the Sega Mega-CD.


Magazine articles

Main article: Songa II/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Songa2 ad.jpg

AR Songa II print advert

Physical scans

Mega Drive, (Songa II)

Mega Drive, (MG-16R)
MG16R MD Box Front.jpg
Mega Drive, RU (Pro 16 Bit)
Pro16Bit MD RU Box Front Alt.jpg
Mega Drive, RU (Super Bitman)
SuperBitman MD Box Back Alt.jpgNospine-small.pngSuperBitman MD Box Front Alt.jpg


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