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This is my submission for Jazza's new resolution challenge.
This is the first game I played in my first console!
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known as Akai Koudan Zillion (赤い光弾 ジリオン?, lit. Red Photon Zillion)[3] in Japan, is a space adventure platform video game designed for the Sega Master System as a companion for the Zillion anime series in 1987.[4] The game is a free-scrolling platform/adventure, similar to Epyx's Impossible Mission, in which objects must be inspected to enable things by accessing codes. It has also been compared to Nintendo's Metroid.

Zillion prominently features Sega's egg-shaped mascot, Opa-opa, who stars in the Fantasy Zone games, also available for the Sega Master System. A sequel to the game, Zillion II: The Triformation was released in 1988.

Developers Tatsunoko Productions
Publisher Sega
Designer Kōtarō Hayashida
Composer Tokuhiko Uwabo
Platforms Sega Master System
Release dates
JP May 27, 1987[1]
NA December 31, 1987[2]
PAL 1987[1]