Ninja Baseball Bat Man

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Ninja Baseball Bat Man, known in Japan as , is a 1993 side-scrolling beat 'em up developed and published by Irem exclusively as an arcade game. It is the sixth beat 'em up by Irem after Kung-Fu Master, its successors and Undercover Cops.


thumb|left|In-game screenshotThe game allows up to four players to play simultaneously. Each player chooses from among four characters. The object of the game is to recover various artifacts stolen from the Baseball Hall of Fame, a task prescribed to them by the Commissioner of Baseball. Each stage takes place in several parts of the United States, while a boss character will appear at the end of each stage, which requires player(s) to defeat it. Like in most video games, whether the player fails or successfully beats the game, he or she will type in three letters or other text characters in to record their score.

Like Irem's previous beat 'em up arcade Undercover Cops, Ninja Baseball Bat Man features playable characters with several different fighting moves performed by inputting several commands using an 8-way joystick and two buttons (attack and jump), including "smart bomb" or "screen zapper" moves that sacrifices health in order to annihilate every enemy on the screen. The game also allows players to perform combos, throws and dash attacks against several enemies. When a player's health bar flashes red, more moves can be performed as long as the player does not restore or completely lose health. There are...
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