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Super Bishi Bashi Champ

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Title Screen

Super Bishi Bashi Champ

Developer: Konami AMD
Publisher: Konami
Platform: Arcade (Konami Bishi Bashi Champ hardware)
Released in JP: December 1996[1]
Released in KR: 199?

RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.
Specifically: There are two known Korean revisions, KAA and KAB. Is there anything noticeably different in them?

The second of the mainline Bishi Bashi games. Bash bash bash! Watch a soda can go to space!

Regional Differences


In the Japanese version, a warning screen and the Konami logo are displayed before the intro sequence. None of these two screens appear in the Korean releases.


Minigame Select

The layout of the minigames is different between the Japanese and Korean releases. The shortened Japanese names are used for convenience. Changes are highlighted in bold.

Saikoro Sharpen Sakusaku Burger Onamae
Daruma Otoshi Daidassou Nezumi Tengoku Kaijuu Gekitai
UFO hakken ABC... Dentaku Kentei Daibakuhatsu
Dondon Burger Macho Same Jump Gobounuki
City Banban Minicar Love Amidar Rocket Cola
Saikoro Sharpen Daruma Otoshi Dondon Burger
Daidassou UFO hakken Sakusaku Burger Gobounuki
Onamae Same Jump Nezumi Tengoku ABC...
Kaijuu Gekitai Macho Dentaku Kentei Daibakuhatsu
City Banban Minicar Love Amidar Rocket Cola

UFO hakken

One of the possible selections in Anta ga machi de UFO hakken! was changed from a bathing woman to a UFO in the Korean release. Why was the bathing woman there in the first place is still a mystery...

Japan Korea
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