Lost In Translation/Berlin Wall, The

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The Berlin Wall
No screen shot.
Manufacturer Kaneko
Released 1991
8-way Joystick
3 Button(s)
Main CPU 68000 (@ 12.000 MHz)
Sound CPU Stereo
(2x) AY-3-8910A (@ 1.000 MHz)
OKI6295 (@ 2.000 MHz)
Raster (Horizontal)
256 x 224 pixels
60.00 Hz
34,816 Palette colours
Screens 1
ROM Info 15 ROMs
6,422,528 bytes (6.13 MiB)
MAME ID berlwall · berlwalt

About The Game

The Berlin Wall has the player takes control of a boy who must use his hammer to break the blocks that form part of the colourful, platform-strewn levels that form each stage. These holes act as traps for the many patrolling monsters and once an enemy has fallen into a hole, the player must then use the hammer on the enemy to make it fall through the hole and down to the platform below - causing it to change into fruit, which can then be collected. This game is a reworking of the 1980 classic, "Space Panic".

Additional Technical Information

Players : 2

Control : 4-way joystick

Buttons : 3

=> [A] Dig, [B] Fill, [C] ?Mystery

Tips and tricks

Items List

Item Feature
Godzilla Breaths fire to destroy the enemy
ZZZ Enemy sleeping period
Hammer A single strike digs and covers
Sand clock Time limit extended
Steel ball Digs blocks in one vertical line
Warp Warp to the next stage
Water Flood due to rain, enemy washed away!!
Footprints Increase one extra clone
Bomb Devastates the enemy
X2 Points double at that stage only


Programmed By
Y. Saka
Tiny Tomo
Graphic Designed By
Atsuko Yasaki
Yuko Mabuchi
Ayako Funatsu
Keisuke Matsuoka
Music & Effect Sound By
Tatsuya Watanabe
Swara Pro
Hardware Designed By
Hayato Morinaga
Produced By
Hiroshi Kaneko

Cabinet and Artwork


Sega Game Gear (1991)

The contents of this page are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
The sources used include MAME (version 0.113u2) and history.dat (revision 1.28 - 2008-10-18).
Please see http://www.arcade-history.com for credits.