Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa is a comical fantasy horizontal-scrolling shoot-'em-up developed and published by Sega for the Sega Master System / Sega Mark III in Japan (on October 17, 1987), North America (on December 1987), and Europe (on January 1988).
Like its predecessor, Fantasy Zone II features bright, cartoony graphics.
The game also received a Japanese-exclusive arcade port (by Sega, using their Master System-based Sega System E hardware), as well as Japanese-exclusive third-party ports for the Famicom (in 1988, developed by Sanritsu and published by Sunsoft) and MSX (in 1989, developed by Atelier Double and published by Pony Canyon).
Along with the Sega Master System and Sega System E versions of the game, the 2008 PlayStation 2 compilation Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 33: Fantasy Zone Complete Collection received a remake of the game running on emulated Sega System 16 hardware (the hardware used for the game's predecessor).
The game was also digitally released for the Wii (via Virtual Console) in Japan (on January 13, 2009), in Europe (on May 8, 2009), and in North America (on June 29, 2009).