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Onna Sanshirou - Typhoon Gal
Box artwork for Onna Sanshirou - Typhoon Gal.
Japanese title 女三四郎 - 台風ギャル (Onna Sanshirō - Taifū Gyaru)
Developer(s) Taito Corporation
Publisher(s) Taito Corporation
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Fighting
System(s) Arcade
Players 1-2
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
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Onna Sanshirou - Typhoon Gal (女三四郎 - 台風ギャル, Onna Sanshirō - Taifū Gyaru), is a fighting arcade game that was released by Taito Corporation in 1985 only in Japan; it runs on the company's The FairyLand Story hardware (two Zilog Z80s running at 5.3665 and 4 MHz) and was also included in that Japan-exclusive compilation title Taito Memories II Gekan for the Sony PlayStation 2 in 2007.

The player must take control for a pink-outfitted female warrior (this woman is the eponymous "Onna Sanshirō", which means "Sanshirō Woman" in Japanese), as she takes on various white- and black-outfitted male opponents to defend the honour of her dojo; there are a total of eight unique rounds in the game, and once the last one has been cleared, the cycle will start over again at a higher level of difficulty (and continue in this manner until the player either runs out of lives or finishes 256 rounds).

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