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Enduro Racer (Sega Master System)

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Title Screen

Enduro Racer

Also known as: Super Cross (BR)
Developer: Sega
Publishers: Sega (US/EU/JP), Tec Toy (BR)
Platform: Sega Master System
Released in JP: May 18, 1987
Released in US: 1987
Released in EU: 1988
Released in BR: 1990

LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

To do:
Double check to see if there is an ending in the Japanese version.

A game notorious for being sold at full retail price in the US despite the Western version of the game containing only half the memory size and game content compared to its Japanese version counterpart.

Level Select

Enduro Racer SMS Level Select.png

Press Up, Down, Left, Right at the title screen. The level number will appear on the right side of the screen. Toggle it with Up and Down and start the game to go to the chosen level.

Regional Differences

The Japanese version came on a 256KB cartridge while the rest of the world got a 128KB cartridge so as a result half the game was cut back in the international versions.

Japan International
EnduroRacerMSJP-title.png Enduro Racer SMS Title.png

The title screen has a picture that palette changes when going to the same title screen as the international versions. One extra difference is that in the Japanese version, there are two lists of Best Times rather than just one.

Race number Japan International
1 Yes No
2 Yes Yes (Race 1)
3 Yes No
4 Yes Yes
5 Yes Yes
6 Yes Yes (Race 2)
7 Yes No
8 Yes Yes (Race 3)
9 Yes No
10 Yes No


In the Japanese version when the time is up, a map is displayed showing the player the progress of the game. This does not appear in the international versions and instead goes to a Game Over.