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SegaSonic Cosmo Fighter
SegaSonic Cosmo Fighter title

Sega AM1[1]



Release date(s)

JP 1993


Shoot 'em Up




Sega System C-2 (Arcade)

SegaSonic Cosmo Fighter (セガソニック・コスモ・ファイター SegaSonikku Kosumo Faitā?), also titled SegaSonic Cosmo Fighter Galaxy Patrol, is a children ride released on 1993 as part of Sega's "Wakuwaku" line exclusively in Japan.[1] The arcade ride is shoot'em up featuring Sonic the Hedgehog on red spaceship rescuing animal friends from Dr. Eggman in space.

Like other arcade titles Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car and SegaSonic the Hedgehog, SegaSonic Cosmo Fighter features Takeshi Kusao who provides the voice of Sonic and Masaharu Satō of Dr. Eggman.


SegaSonicCosmoFighter Screen

Screenshot showing the top-down perspective gameplay.

SegaSonic Cosmo Fighter is 2D shoot'em up arcade ride viewed from a top-down perspective. The family-sized cabinet is designed like a spaceship with the feature of the cabinet shaking during the ride. The cabinet board has two buttons for weapons to fire projectiles or homing rockets and a lever labeled "SPEED UP", which tilts the entire ride. There is also a regular joystick on the left side of the board that maneuvers the ship which can also tilt the cabinet.[2]

After inserting the coin, Sonic gives a speech to the player and hops into the red spaceship which gets launched from the earth's galaxy patrol station into space. Right after, Dr. Eggman appears in a small space pod to deploy bombs and obstacles at Sonic. Destroying bombs and obstacles rewards the player with stars. After arriving at the space station, Eggman will then attack with his space pod by firing projectiles or homing at the Sonic's spaceship after landing one of three hits. If the player defeats Eggman, doctor pulls back and returns with a large, green space armor on his pod. The player has to destroy the homing arms of the space armor before finishing him.

If the player manages to destroy Eggman's space armor, the player is rewarded with a ship upgrade[2] and Sonic has saved the animal friends while Eggman flies away. Depending how well the ride has been completed, the arcade ride rewards the player with a certain amount of stars from one to five.




  1. 1.0 1.1 The Green Hill Zone - Museum History (1993). Retrieved on 25 February 2015.
  2. 2.0 2.1 System16 - SEGA KIDDY RIDE HARDWARE. Retrieved on 25 February 2015.

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