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    SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released August 1995

    A licensed platformer developed by AIM and published by Hudson Soft for the SNES. T-Bone and Razor are once again required to save Megakat City from some of its worst criminals.

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    SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron is a side-scrolling action platformer game for the SNES, based on the Hanna Barbera animated series SWAT Kats that was produced from 1993-1994. The playable characters in the game are the two protagonists from the cartoon, Chance "T-Bone" Furlong and Jake "Razor" Clawson, who work as heroic vigilantes after being unfairly discharged from the city's paramilitary law enforcement agency. The game was released in North America exclusively, despite the Japanese developer/publisher team.

    As well as playing as either of the two heroes in 2D platforming levels, there are also levels where the player controls the Turbokat Fighter in flying levels. The game's scenarios can be tackled in any order, each of which involves foiling one of the SWAT Kats' recurring supervillains.


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