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3D Classics: TwinBee (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

3D Classics TwinBee is a remastered 3D version of the arcade classic; you pilot the TwinBee fighter craft and defend Donburi Island.

Take aim at flying foes and drop bombs on enemies below.

A clever power-up system grants different bonuses by shooting Bells to change their colour.

So tune-up your TwinBee and shoot for a high score.

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Philip J Reed

Bee very grateful for this one

Most of our readers could be forgiven for never having played TwinBee: after all, it began life in 1985 as an arcade game that never left Japan. It was later ported to the Famicom, and though some reports state that an NES localisation project was...

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User Comments (11)

sontuk

#2

sontuk said:

Meh, the game always felt like a kiddy version of Xevious to me, and less immersive at that.

Blue_Yoshi

#4

Blue_Yoshi said:

Much better than Urban Champion tho I wish I seen more Nintendo classics but im eager to try this one out.

Supremeist

#7

Supremeist said:

Yeah I got it as well. Nice game and better than Xevious in my opinion because It's a little easier, power-ups are in the game.

RightHemisphereG

#9

RightHemisphereG said:

I would like to see more Classics, MachRider 3D?
@5 I agree, it's sweet but soft game play though, should have sold for $4.

SuperTogepi

#11

SuperTogepi said:

got it from Club Nintendo a few days ago. good 3D and good game overall. nine out of ten stars for me

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