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Super Buster Bros., also known as Super Pang (スーパーパン) in Japan, is a video game released to arcade in 1990 and Super Nintendo in 1992. It was developed by Mitchell and published by Capcom. The title was also released as part of the Buster Bros. Collection and Capcom Puzzle World.

Credits Edit

Arcade Version [Staff]Edit

Planner: Uda, Kuwahara
Character Designer: Kurihara, Furukawa
Programmer: Shinohara, Nakai
Composer: Takaoka
Special Thanks: Yasuda, Nakamura, Miyao, Ogawa, Ino, ...and Others


Additionally, Super Buster Bros, like many other games during this era of gaming, credited its staff in its default Score Ranking Table, which is as follows:

-Tour Mode-

  • 1st 500000 M·S
  • 2nd 400000 T·U
  • 2nd 400000 K·N
  • 3rd 300000 A·K
  • 4th 200000 K·F
  • Total Best 700000 PAM

-Panic Mode-

  • 1st 100000 M·S
  • 2nd 80000 T·U
  • 3rd 60000 K·N
  • 4th 50000 A·K
  • 4th 50000 K·F
  • Total Best 150000 PAM

SNES VersionEdit

Arcade Staff

Planner: Uda, Kuwahara
Character Designer: Kurihara, Furukawa
Programmer: Shinohara, Nakai
Sound Designer: Takaoka

Consumer Staff

Planner: Hyper Bengie
Character Designer: Nabe Chan, Miki Prost, Nonoron, Iriko, Ina✰chi
Programmer: Hyper Tsugu, Cyber Amp
Sound Designer: Anie, Ojal
Special Thanks: Yasuda, Nakamura, Miyao, Ogawa, Ino, Ucky✰Mikami, Wanda・Yu, Ryugo
Presented by: Capcom

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