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Action 52 (SEGA GENESIS) 1993

Action 52 is an unauthorized multicart comprising of 52 unique games released in 1993 for the Sega Genesis by FarSight Technologies Inc. and Active Enterprises. It is said to be of higher quality than the NES version since more effort was put into each of the games, although it still does not provide a good result.

The game selection is substantially different from that of the NES version. This version adds puzzles and several driving games to the original's platform and gun games. The majority of the games are brand new, with a few returning from the previous iteration. There are six games for two players, as opposed to one in the original, Fire Breathers.


This version has a diverse selection of games, some of which have received greater design attention and have fewer technical faults than the NES version. On the main menu screen, each game is color-coded; "beginner" games are presented in green type, "intermediate" games in purple font, "expert" games in yellow font, and multiplayer games in blue font. Aside from the 52 games mentioned above, the Genesis version has a music test mode and a "randomizer" option. If activated from the main menu, the randomizer will choose and launch one of the 52 games on the cartridge at random. Challenge, the 52nd game, is an endurance test to determine how long the player can endure in a random succession of the highest levels of the other games.

The Sega version included several new games. A few of them have the same name as titles on the NES cartridge, but they are not the same game; for example, the Sega Haunted Hills is not the same as the NES Haunted Hills. Other revisions include a version of Cheetahmen in which the title Cheetahmen rescue captive cheetah babies from enemies, which differs significantly from the original NES game. The NES version's bosses appear as opponents.

Game Catalog:

  1. Go Bonkers!
  2. Darksyne
  3. Dyno Tennis
  4. Ooze
  5. Star Ball
  6. Sidewinder
  7. Daytona
  8. 15 Puzzle
  9. Sketch
  10. Star Duel
  11. Haunted Hill
  12. Alfredo
  13. Cheetahmen
  14. Skirmish
  15. Depth Charge
  16. Mind's Eye
  17. Alien Attack
  18. Billy Bob
  19. Sharks
  20. Knockout
  21. Intruder
  22. Echo
  23. Freeway
  24. Mousetrap
  25. Ninja
  26. Slalom
  27. Dauntless
  28. Force One
  29. Spidey
  30. Appleseed
  31. Skater
  32. Sunday Drive
  33. Star Evil
  34. Air Command
  35. Shootout
  36. Bombs Away
  37. Speed Boat
  38. Dead Ant
  39. G Fighter
  40. Man at Arms
  41. Norman
  42. Armor Battle
  43. Magic Bean
  44. Apache
  45. Paratrooper
  46. Sky Avenger
  47. Sharpshooter
  48. Meteor
  49. Black Hole
  50. The Boss
  51. 1st Video Game
  52. Challenge


    The name Norman (game 41) alludes to General Norman Schwarzkopf.
    Game 51, a Pong clone, is incorrectly referred to be the "First Video Game." "Turbochamp" was the first video game.
    Game 52, Challenge, is an endurance test to measure how long the player can endure in a random succession of the other games' highest levels.


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