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Game Boy Longplay [049] TripWorld
 
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http://www.longplays.org Played By: ScHlAuChi TripWorld - or as i call it - Pikachu in AssKickLand!
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Game Boy - Trip World (1992)
 
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Nintendo Game Boy - Trip World (1992)
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The Rarest Game Boy Game Ever!!? - Trip World Review & History - Top Hat Gaming Man
 
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Support Me On Patreon! - https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4432923 Like Me on Facebook! -https://www.facebook.com/TopHatGamingMan Follow Me on Twitter! @TopHatGamingMan Thanks To Shizuka Kobayashi for the fantastic art work! @ShizukaKobayash A man in a Top Hat with a Moustache reviews rare video games in his massive collection. Appreciate the finer things in life. The Top Hat Gaming Man is currently traveling around the globe, playing the best games for the handheld around the world. The Best games are like fine wines and only get better with age. Today Top Hat Gaming Man looks at Trip World one of the rarest most sort after games on the original Gameboy
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Trip World Review (Game Boy)
 
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A hidden gem for the original Game Boy from Sunsoft. Trip World is a platformer originally released in 1992 in Japan and 1993 in Europe. Though the game is short and quite easy it is a charming game worth playing for fans of the genre. Join me on Facebook: Fan page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/PeteDorr/179988468693819 Profile page: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001792196407 Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/PeteDorr Listen to my Podcast All Gen Gamers with co-hosts HappyConsoleGamer, Gamester81, and TheEMUreview: http://allgengamers.com AllGenGamers YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/allgengamers Visit my website: http://www.PetesGameRoom.com Join the Forum Community: http://www.PetesGameRoomForum.com Watch me live on my Twitch.tv channel: http://www.Twitch.tv/PetesGameRoom
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Boyographic - Trip World Review
 
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One of the Rarest & Valuable Gameboy Titles around is Sunsoft's Trip World. It's visually stunning, it's score is second to none, but how does it play? This is the 12th episode of Boyographic, the series looking to highlight the highs and lows of the Gameboy library, playing the hits and the misses so you don't have to! Find the wonderful people who sold me this game here! Great prices & people! Tell them The Gameboyle sent you - http://www.gamespirit.fr/ You can find more Gameboyle goodness on Twitter - @GameBoyle You can also listen to a podcast I co-host called Tom + Mat Attack on iTunes / Stitcher / tomandmatattack.com / or reach me on that Twitter @TMACast
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Trip World (Game Boy) Playthrough - NintendoComplete
 
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A playthrough of Sunsoft's 1993 platformer for the Nintendo Game Boy, Trip World. Trip World is among the lesser known games published by Sunsoft in the early 1990s. It bears some superficially striking similarities to the company's phenomenal NES game, Mr. Gimmick!, and much like Mr. Gimmick!, Trip World was only released in Europe and Japan. In Trip World, you play as Yakopu, a shape-shifting bunny.... thing in search of some super powerful flower that can save the world. Make of that whatever you will. The first time you play the game, the graphics and sound quality will instantly draw your attention. I don't believe I've ever seen another Game Boy game impress with an animated intro like this one before. It's one of those 16-bit style, parallax-loaded scrolling scenes of character close-ups attacking each other, and not entirely unlike a good many arcade fighting game intros. It's extremely well animated, fast moving, dramatic, and the music is amazing. Thankfully, the rest of the game's presentation holds up to the intro - I don't think there are many original Game Boy games that can live up to this level of detail and polish. Everything feels alive in this game - there are so many incidental animations (many of which are only ever used once) that you probably will only see half of them during any given playthrough. There are some really impressive warping and scaling effects in play, as well, making the whole thing feel more like a monochromatic late-gen NES game than a (relatively) early Game Boy release. The music is up there with everything else Sunsoft did - there are only so many adjectives that can be used before you just have to say, "awesome". The game play is pretty solid as well - Yakopu can change into a few different animals with abilities to match, and even though most of these don't serve any particularly notable purposes save for variety, they can be fun to play around and experiment with. The level designs flow well, and the game often surprises with secret branching paths, friendly "enemies" (the one that traps you in his attempts to cuddle until you kick him is one of my favorites!), and its outright cutesyness. It would be a bonafide classic if it hadn't been hobbled by two significant issues: it's way too short, and it's absurdly easy. As amazing as it looks, sounds, and feels in action, there's very little content here. I don't know if that was a sacrifice made because of memory constraints (this sprite work HAD to have consumed a significant portion of the cart's ROM), limited time, or something else, but a full-priced game that could be finished in 15-20 minutes would have been pushing things a bit by 1992. Since it's quite likely that you'll beat it the first time you sit down to play, the game doesn't really offer a ton of value - especially given that its pretty uncommon and pricey to buy. If you want to buy it, do yourself a favor: pass on the $300-$400 cart, and buy the $20 repro instead. I'm all for ending a game before it outstays its welcome, but everything else about Trip World was so beautifully crafted that I couldn't help but feel like the rug was pulled out from under me, and just as I was really getting into it. It's an amazing experience, and one that ends before it ever really gets to take off. Oh, and for SNK fans, Yakupo was used as a boss in Sunsoft's 1995 Neo Geo game Galaxy Fight. If he looks familiar to you, that's probably why. ____ No cheats were used during the recording of this video. NintendoComplete (http://www.nintendocomplete.com/) punches you in the face with in-depth reviews, screenshot archives, and music from classic 8-bit NES games! Visit for the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/pages/NintendoComplete/540091756006560 https://twitter.com/nes_complete
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MemoRees - Das Wunder von Trip World ..
 
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - World 1
 
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Track 3 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Trip World - Stage 1 (Game Boy)
 
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Here a little know gem from SunSoft for the original Game Boy. Very remicent of Gimmick! for the Famicom, but definitely easier. It's a very easy and short game with only 5 stages and almost no menacing enemies. But it's a very solid platformer nothing less.
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - World 3 (Part 1)
 
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Track 6 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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★ Ultra Rare Trip World On Game Boy ★
 
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★★★ Prends Le Temps De Lire La Description Merci ★★★ ♥ I love living life to the fullest ♥ ㋡═☞Capture ►HD PVR ►ELGATO ►HDR-CX350 ►AVERMEDIA ♥ Fais Comme Moi Croque La Vie à Pleines Dents ♥ TRIP WORLD Editeur/Développeur : Sunsoft Genre : plate-forme/expérimental Support : Game Boy Sortie : 1992 (Jap)/1993 (Euro) Développé par Sunsoft en l'an de grâce 1992, Trip World est à première vue un petit jeu de plate-forme comme il y en a beaucoup (trop ?) sur game boy. Certes c'est super beau vu les limites du support, rien que le premier écran en jette un max je trouve, mais si on se contente des screenshots difficile de déceler le côté « expérimental », voire franchement culotté de ce qui semble être un petit jeu pour collégienne fan de Hello Kitty. SOUND TEST ET CHOIX DU MONDE Dès qu'à l'écran titre les mots "Trip World" apparaissent, vous avez la possibilité d'appuyer sur select. Cette action vous mènera dans un menu où vous aurez accès au Sound Test. Mais vous aurez aussi la possibilité de choisir le monde et la sauvegarde vers lesquels vous voulez commencer votre partie. Vidéo Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Bonne vidéo a tous! By ChtiBiscuiT
Views: 1174 ChtiBiscuiT
🎮 Trip World (Game Boy) Complete Gameplay
 
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Trip World, from 1992, complete gameplay. Developer/Publisher: Sunsoft. Nintendo Game Boy version. Video shortcuts: - World 1: 00:57 - World 2: 02:59 - World 3: 05:45 - World 4: 08:30 - World 5: 10:51 - Final Boss: 13:00 - Ending: 14:07 http://www.viciogame.com.br/
Trip World Music (Game Boy) - Credits
 
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Track 15 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Trip World - Stage 5 + Ending (Game Boy)
 
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The last boss is kind of challenging compared to the rest of the game. Once you know how to beat him, he's not that bad though.
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - World 2 (Part 1)
 
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Track 4 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Trip World - Stage 2 (Game Boy)
 
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Second stage.
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TRIP WORLD (トリップワールド) - Game Boy Longplay - NO DEATH / NO MISS RUN (FULL GAMEPLAY)
 
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TRIP WORLD (トリップワールド) - Game Boy Longplay - NO DEATH RUN (FULL GAMEPLAY). Trip World is a 1992 platform video game developed and published by Sunsoft for the Game Boy. It was released in Japan on November 27, 1992, and in Europe in 1993. The game's plot centers around the bunny-like being Yakopoo (ヤコプ) and his quest to retrieve the flower of peace so that peace will return to Yakopoo's disarranged world. The protagonist's trademark ability is to shapeshift into different forms. At first glance, Trip World is like a scaled-down, miniature version of Gimmick!, another one of Sunsoft's games. In Trip World, the player controls Yakopoo through five relatively large and slightly linear stages to explore and complete. They include areas such as a mountain, a jungle, the ocean and a castle.The stages also feature some secret passages and divergent paths. The objective is to find the stolen flower of peace, since the inhabitants of Trip World turned mad because of its absence, acting as the enemies in the game. At the end of each world, Yakopoo faces a boss, in the fifth and last world the player has to defeat multiple bosses in a row in order to complete the game. There are also a few mini-bosses in certain parts of the stages. Yakopoo is able to shapeshift between three different primary forms at any time, these forms are manually activated by the player when desired. In his normal form, he is able to walk and to jump and can attack enemies by kicking them. When Yakopoo's ears transform into wings, he is able to fly in a limited way. This form doesn't allow to fly completely freely through a stage due to gravity, and since the player isn't able to change direction during flight, and Yakopoo always falls down when he touches a wall. In the third form, Yakopoo resembles a fish. While he can't move on the ground, the fish-like Yakopoo is able to swim well and attack enemies with foam in water. Beneath these three forms, Yakopoo also occasionally shapeshifts into other special forms which can't be manually activated or deactivated by the player. By picking up special power-ups, Yakopoo turns into forms such as Flower Yakopoo (stunning enemies with seeds) or Tail Yakopoo (tail attack with long range) for a short time. The player's character has four health points and loses them by touching spikes or when being hit by enemy attacks. Unlike many other platform games, most of the enemies in Trip World don't hurt the player's character on touch. Many benign enemies will become violent if attacked by Yakopoo however. Most of them just push Yakopoo around when not angered, while other enemies are able to attack in certain manners and do so freely. All bosses are able to hurt Yakopoo. The player loses a life when all health points are gone.
Trip World - Stage 3  (Game Boy)
 
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Third stage.
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Trip World (Gameboy) - speedrun
 
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Trip World (1993) - SunSoft played by zapfsaeule
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Trip world gameboy
 
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Trip world and friends
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Trip World GameBoy EEPROM Cartridge
 
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Testing selfmade eeprom cartrige for original gameboy
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Trip World (Game Boy Version) - No Death Run
 
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Hello Again !!!! This is me playing "Trip World" for the Nintendo Game Boy. What you see here is a No Death Run, means that I didn't died once and for a game like Trip World this isn't very bad I think :) ENJOY !!!!! RECORDED WITH THE HAUPPAUGE HD PVR GAMING EDITION, WHICH IS ATTACHED WITH MY LAPTOP AND PLAYED ON MY WII VIA HOMEBREW CHANNEL AND THE GBA/GBC/GB EMULATOR "VISUAL BOY ADVANCE GX"....
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Trip World - Stage 4 (Game Boy)
 
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Fourth Stage.
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Trip World - Nintendo Gameboy / Color / Advance (Gameplay Video)
 
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Trip World is often refered to as the unofficial sequel to the fantastic 'Mr Gimmick' (NES) developed and published by Sunsoft. Released just over 8 months after Mr Gimmick, Trip World hit the Gameboy's in Japan on the 27th Novemeber 1992 and Europe sometime in 1993. Trip World is a very short platformer that starts out very easy, but quickly becomes devilish. The later levels will have you screaming at your Gameboy, but coming back for more. You take control of a cute character called 'Yacopu' and your mission is to rescue back the 'Flower Of Peace' which was stolen from Yacopu's Grandfather. Yacopu has the ability to morph into two different forms. Up + B will give him the ability to fly, where as Down + B will turn him into a fish. Along the way there are different flowers which also give out new abilities with limited time. Trip World (like Mr Gimmick) only ever saw release in Europe & Japan making it very desirable worldwide.
Views: 5582 Adam Buchanan
Trip World Music (Game Boy) - Ending Sequence
 
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Track 14 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Trip World Introduction (Game Boy)
 
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Trip World game introduction on Game Boy Developed by Sunsoft Licensed by Nintendo
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Shining flickering Pokemon Crystal & Trip World Gameboy cart mod
 
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LED mod to a couple Gameboy carts. Games function normally, and are NOT powered by the back up memory battery.
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - Final Boss (Part 1)
 
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Track 12 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - Boss Theme
 
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Track 11 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
Views: 4458 explod2A03
Trip World | Game Boy | AMJ #187 | Retro Análisis - Recomendación Semanal
 
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Episodio #187 en el que os recomiendo un título para Game Boy de mano de Sunsoft que es una auténtica preciosidad! Hablamos de TRIP WORLD! Compartir el video y darle al Like me ayuda mucho! Gracias! Twitter: https://twitter.com/_NandeZZZZ_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...
Trip World (Game Boy) Gameplay on a JXD S7800 Android Gaming Device
 
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Trip World (GB) on a JXD S7800 Android Gaming Tablet. More info and order details here: http://www.funstock.co.uk/jxd-s7800b-android-gaming-tablet The JXD S7800b is a powerful android retro gaming tablet. It is capable of playing even the most complex of retro games, including PS1, N64, MAME and Dreamcast and capable of displaying these on your TV via HDMI. • Capable of playing: PS1, MAME, Dreamcast, N64, NeoGeo, Atari, NES, SNES, Gameboy, Gameboy Colour, Gameboy Advance, SEGA Master System, SEGA Mega Drive, CPS1, CPS2, Amiga, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and many more! • Save your game progress (multiple times) and load from your preferred choice • 7" screen with HDMI output - play at your convenience • 16GB internal memory holds thousands of retro games • Key remapping function allows you to use the game controls with Android touchscreen games
Views: 418 FunStockRetro.co.uk
GB Trip World in 5:10 (TAS)
 
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This is a tool-assisted speedrun (TAS) of Trip World. This improves my previous run by 30 seconds thanks to new clips I found and optimizations. Submission: http://tasvideos.org/4850S.html Previous run: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPgksUSe1qo VBM of 5:10: http://dehacked.2y.net/microstorage.php/info/128042765/Trip%20World%202015%20TAS.vbm Feel free to upload to nicovideo.
Views: 1468 mugg1991
Trip World (GameBoy) // All Bosses
 
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Cuteness overload Beat That Boss is a channel (and an archive) dedicated to video game boss fights. In case you liked, commented or subscribed, thank you for supporting me, it means a lot ! :) All Bosses Playlist : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL67p4PfugZTAs3URqqBR2__FZ5-sZoU1K
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Trip World, le plus beau jeu de la Game Boy | Let's Play (Retro Achievements) #1
 
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Trip World m'a été conseillé par beaucoup, ce fut une véritable surprise de découvrir à quel point il pousse la Game Boy dans ses derniers retranchements. Incroyable ! Comment installer RetroAchievements : https://www.marginalgamers.com/articles/retro-achievements-succestrophees-jeux-retros Pour ne pas rater les prochains lives, vous pouvez vous abonner à ma chaîne Twitch : http://www.twitch.tv/at0mium/ --------------------------------------------------------- Sommaire : Trip World - Episode 1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGH1ibF97w4 Trip World - Episode 2 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyHBwEYSKHY Autres Let's Play Rétros : Mega Man X : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5TpqriUr5MYEDGgcpSqrNS3dJM2-YA8G Whomp'Em : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5TpqriUr5MaJLZvq7n7hgi-rFkWsa3TA Skyblazer : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AERPkNwS0EQ&list=PL5TpqriUr5MaKnRnrYjdrSudsw0wyAUZ5 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- On parle d'actu indé avec tout l'amour du monde sur : https://www.indiemag.fr/ Pour nous soutenir : https://www.tipeee.com/indiemag-fr-l-actualite-du-jeu-independant
Views: 6763 At0mium
Best VGM 1416 - Trip World - World 1
 
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A collection of my favorite videogame music. Note that most of them are from games I played so I might miss some great ones from games I never played. GameBoy Trip World (1992) World 1 Manami Matsumae
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Trip World Reproduction Game Cartridges
 
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Trip World Reproduction Game Cartridges for sale on www.RetroGameLab.com Custom English Translation box art & manual. (based on the original German text) High detail printing. Gloss coated box. Items will be flat packed for postage to prevent damage Made from 100% new parts, no donor cartridges. All items are clearly marked as reproductions.
Views: 658 RetroFox
Trip World Music (Game Boy) - World 4
 
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Track 8 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Longplay #70 Trip World (Game Boy)
 
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Trip World (Game Boy) Éditeur: Sunsoft Développeur: Sunsoft Date de sortie: 1992 Played by: Puy0 Puy0
Views: 45 Puyo Puyo
Trip World トリップワールド - Game Boy Longplay - No Deaths (Nomiss), Real Hardware
 
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A no miss clear run of Trip World (トリップワールド) for the Game Boy. Captured straight from a SNES via a Super Game Boy 2, no cheats. Please enjoy the idle animation for this particular border! Trip World is a magnificent and highly misunderstood game - I captured a play representative of what I consider many of its best elements. For an extended review on this thoughtfully peaceful game, please head over here: http://ettugamer.com/2016/09/05/a-trip-through-game-boy-history-in-15-games-trip-world/
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Retroachievements 75: Trip World (Game Boy) 01
 
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - Final Boss (Part 2)
 
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Track 13 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - World 5 (Part 2)
 
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Track 10 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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Trip World Music (Game Boy) - World 3 (Part 2)
 
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Track 7 / 17 (Complete Soundtrack) Trip World トリップワールド (JP) Torippu Wārudo (tJP) System: Nintendo Game Boy Developer, Publisher: Sunsoft Year: 1992 (JP), 1993 (EU) Music Composer: "Phase Out", Masayuki Iwata, Tsutomu Ishida, Atsushi Mihiro Music Programmer: Manami Matsumae, Shinichi Seya (aka 'About S.S.') Tracklist: 1 - Introduction 2 - Title Screen 3 - World 1 4 - World 2 (Part 1) 5 - World 2 (Part 2) 6 - World 3 (Part 1) 7 - World 3 (Part 2) 8 - World 4 9 - World 5 (Part 1) 10 - World 5 (Part 2) 11 - Boss Theme 12 - Final Boss (Part 1) 13 - Final Boss (Part 2) 14 - Ending Sequence 15 - Credits 16 - Stage Clear 17 - Game Over Sampled from hardware, using gbs2gb and a 'prosound' modded game boy for best audio quality. Visit track 1 from this selection for download links.
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