Balloon Fight series
The Balloon Fight series is a Nintendo series of games introduced in 1984, based on a reimagining of the 1982 arcade video game Joust.
The series usually features a nameless balloon fighter, who must burst the balloons of opposing balloon fighters to progress to the next stage. However, in Balloon Kid (1990) and its variations, it was spun-off as a full platforming game with a balloon floating mechanic.
The games are also notable for their "Balloon Trip" mode, in which the player must float in the air to travel the furthest possible, while avoiding the "sparks" which can electrocute the player or the fish that can eat the player if they are flying too low.
|Game||JP release||NA release||EU release||AUS release||KOR release||Platform|
|VS. Balloon Fight||1984||1984||N/A||N/A||N/A||Nintendo VS. System|
|Balloon Fight||1985||1986||1987||N/A||N/A||Nintendo Entertainment System, NEC PC-8801,|
Sharp X1, Sharp Zaurus, Game Boy Advance
|Balloon Fight (Game & Watch)||N/A||1986||1986||N/A||N/A||Game & Watch|
|Tingle's Balloon Fight DS||2007||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Nintendo DS|
|Balloon Kid||N/A||1990||1991||N/A||N/A||Game Boy|
|Hello Kitty World||1992||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Famicom|
|Balloon Fight GB||2000||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Game Boy Color|
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