Let me be your fantasy
Fantasy Zone II was developed and released for the Sega Master System back in 1987. Unfortunately the limitations of the console (the original Fantasy Zone was built on Sega's more powerful System 16 arcade hardware) crippled the design aspirations; admirable attempts to include new gameplay elements weren't successful and...
About The Game
Fantasy Zone II, first released for the SEGA Master System in 1987 as a sequel to 1986's Fantasy Zone, is the fan favorite scrolling shooter in which players control a sentient spaceship named Opa-Opa to fight surreal invader enemies.
3D Fantasy Zone II upgrades all visuals from SEGA's System-E to System- 16 graphic standards and combines stereoscopic 3D effects with a host of additional features to deliver cutting edge gameplay experience with a classic feel. Additional features include: an all-new endless game mode that takes place in the mysterious Link Loop Land, the ability to save replays for later viewing, a Stage Select feature that allows players to save and resume progress mid-game, and adjustable difficulty settings.