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Developer Compile
Publisher Sega
Platform(s) SG-1000
Release date Japan 1985
ROC 198?
Genre Action
Mode(s) 1 player
SG-1000 / SC-3000:
Sega My Card
Sega Master System:
SJ-152, Control Pad, Control Stick

C-So! (sometimes referred as C_So! or C-SO!) is an action game, developed by Compile (under license from Pony) and released by Sega in 1985. The game was released on SG-1000 and requires the Card Catcher to be played in SG-1000, SG-1000 II, SC-3000, Othello Multivision and/or SD-G5, as the game itself was released only in Sega My Card format (except for Sega Mark III, as described in the instruction manual). As with most Compile games, C-So! is currently owned by D4 Enterprise.

In this game, players control a warehouse employee named Comy to protect valuable items from the monsters of the Warugaki gang, who wish to steal them. To defeat the gang, Comy must damage them by jumping on a see-saw. A stage editor is also available, allowing players to make their own stage and save their creations with the SR-1000 data recorder connected through the SK-1100 keyboard on SG-1000 and Sega Mark III or directly into the SC-3000. Japanese Sega Master System users cannot use this function, as the SK-1100 is not accepted by the system due to a different pinout format in the expansion port.

Aaronix brought C-So! to Taiwan in the standard SG-1000 cartridge format somewhere in the 80s. Joy Soft brought the MSX version to the Sega Master System as an unlicensed release in South Korea, and pretty much like the Taiwanese version, it was released in the standard SG-1000 / Mark III cartridge format.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シーソー
Chinese 頑皮鬼
Wánpí guǐ
Naughty ghost
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