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Mach Breakers: Numan Athletics 2
Box artwork for Mach Breakers: Numan Athletics 2.
Japanese title マッハブレイカーズ: ニューマンアスレチックス2
Developer(s) Namco
Publisher(s) Namco
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Sports
System(s) Arcade
Players 1-4
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Preceded by Numan Athletics
Series Numan Athletics
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Mach Breakers: Numan Athletics 2 (マッハブレイカーズ: ニューマンアスレチックス2, literally: Mahha Bureikāzu: Nyūman Asurechikkusu Tsū), is a sports arcade game which was released by Namco in 1994 only in Japan; it runs on the company's NB-1 hardware, and the players must again use three buttons to control up one of the seven new Numans. There's Masala T. Masala (from India), Johnny Sanders (from the United States), Makoto Kotobuki (from Japan), Sophia Rayleigh (from the United Kingdom), Long Rui Hu'an (from China), Michael Fletcher (from Jamaica), & Karl Weisemann (from Germany) - they all have different speed and power levels. On the second, third and fourth days for the five-day competition it's also possible to select one of three (or four, in the case of the third day) different events; the airships in the Hyper Glider event also display advertisements for several older Namco games and Miyuki Chan from Ordyne also makes a reappearance in the "Prince Paco" taco store. However, because there are seven new Numans, all of them cannot compete simultaneously.

Table of Contents

  • 1st Day: Maximum Speed
  • 2nd Day: Monster Drag/Ice Crusher/Hyper Glider
  • 3rd Day: Beast Hole/Bombs Away/Super Stunt/Future Gate
  • 4th Day: Deep Diver/Rapid Jump/Block Buster
  • Last Day: Ground Spike