Xiao Monv: Magic Girl
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|Xiao Monv: Magic Girl|
|System(s): Sega Mega Drive|
|Publisher: Gamtec, Super Fighter Team|
|Sound driver: Sunsoft sound driver (from Shikinjoh)|
|Number of players: 1|
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Xiao Monv: Magic Girl (小魔女 Magic Girl) is an unlicensed shoot-'em-up for the Sega Mega Drive developed by Gamtec in 1993 (according to the game credits). Super Fighter Team acquired full copyright to this game and released it worldwide in 2015.
Magic Girl is a vertical shooter set in outer space which consists of 5 different stages, each with its own unique locations, enemies and boss monsters. The player can collect bonuses such as weapon powerups and energy restoration.
When the peace of a communal planet is broken from an attack by alien invaders, it's up to one very special girl named Ling Ling, blessed with the art of powerful magic, to fight for her people. Having lost her family and friends in the assault, this once sweet and loving young woman has been pushed to the brink and will not give up until vengeance is hers.
shoots (hold for rapidfire). launches a bomb, which you have a limited supply of (look at the star icon in the HUD to see how many). Whether or not does anything is unknown. Powerups and shields are dropped by yellow clouds. Unlike most shoot-'em-ups, you have a health meter that goes down every time you take damage; when it empties, you lose a life.
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