Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom
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Pop 'n Twinbee - Nintendo Sfc Super Famicom

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NINTENDO SUPER FAMICOM
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¥5,990 JPY
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Title

Pop 'n Twinbee

Genre Action / shooting
Version

Japanese

Condition Secondhand - signs of wear due to use
Item Appearance Conditions:
Case : good (some marks)
Manual : good
Disc(s) : good
Obi : -
Other : -
SKU SHVC-PT
Publisher Konami
Other Remarks
For other games that are also named "Pop'n TwinBee", see Pop'n TwinBee (disambiguation).
Pop'n TwinBee (Pop'n ツインビー, Pop'n TsuinBī?) is a top-view shoot 'em up game originally released by Konami for the Super Famicom on March 26, 1993 in Japan. It is a direct follow-up to the arcade game Detana!! TwinBee. The European Super NES version was published by Konami's Palcom Software division and was the first of three TwinBee games localized for the European market, followed by a Game Boy game (which was actually an earlier game titled TwinBee Da!! in Japan) and the side-scrolling platform game Pop'n TwinBee: Rainbow Bell Adventures.

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