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For detailed information about this series, see: Side Arms on Wikipedia

Sidearms mobichan

Mobichan, the mascot of the series

Side Arms is a sidescrolling shoot'em up video game series by Capcom.

Video Games

  • Side Arms: Hyper Dyne (December 1986). Arcade. Later released on Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, DOS, PC-Engine, ZX Spectrum and mobile phones.
    • Side Arms: Hyper Dyne Special (December 15, 1989). PC-Engine CD-ROM. Enhanced remake.

Links to other series

Direction Series Date Description Type


4Arrow L Vulgus198612 December 1986The Yashichi enemy from Vulgus appears as an item in Side Arms and "VULGUSU" is one of the default names in the hi-score screen in Side Arms.2
4Arrow L SonSon198612 December 1986"SONSON" is one of the default names in the hi-score screen in Side Arms.3
4Arrow L Higemaru198612 December 1986The barrel sprite from Pirate Ship Higemaru appears as an item in Side Arms and "HIGEMALU" is one of the default names in the hi-score screen.2
4Arrow L Exed Exes198612 December 1986"EXED.EXES" is one of the default names in the hi-score screen in Side Arms.3
4Arrow L Commando (Capcom)198612 December 1986"COMMANDO" is one of the default names in the hi-score screen in Side Arms.3
4Arrow L Ghosts 'n Goblins198612 December 1986"MAKAI.MURA" is one of the default names in the hi-score screen in Side Arms.3
4Arrow L Gundam198612 December 1986The "Mobilsuits" from Side Arms are named after the mecha from the Gundam series, and an unused enemy looks like an Asshimar mecha from Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam.3
5Arrow R 194X198706 June 1987Mobichan from Side Arms appears as an item and in the credits of 1943: The Battle of Midway and as an item in 1944: The Loop Master, while "1942" is one of the default names in the hi-score screen in Side Arms.1
5Arrow R Black Tiger198708 August 1987Mobichan from Side Arms appears as an item in Black Tiger.2
5Arrow R Forgotten Worlds198807 July 1988A golden Mobichan from Side Arms appears as an item in Forgotten Worlds.2
5Arrow R Adventure Quiz1989 1989Adventure Quiz: Capcom World features Mobichan from Side Arms.1
5Arrow R Area 88198908 August 1989Mobichan from Side Arms appears as several items in U.N. Squadron.2
5Arrow R Capcom Baseball198910 October 1989One of the players in the "Capcom Games" team is named "Sidea", after the series.3
5Arrow R Little Nemo1990 1990Mobichan 1P and 2P from Side Arms appear as items in Nemo.2
5Arrow R Carrier Air Wing199010 October 1990Mobichan 1P and 2P from Side Arms appear as items in Carrier Air Wing.2
5Arrow R Street Fighter19920610 June 10, 1992Mobichan from Side Arms appears as the cursor in Super Nintendo versions of Street Fighter games and as a special victory symbol (Victory achieved by an attacking taunt) in Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha.2
5Arrow R Varth19920710 July 10, 1992Mobichan from Side Arms appears as an item in Varth: Operation Thunderstorm.2
5Arrow R Tenchi wo Kurau199210 October 1992The two player mobilsuits appear as part of the special ending in Tenchi wo Kurau 2.1
5Arrow R Final Fight19930611 June 11, 1993Mobichan from Side Arms appears in the continue screen in Mighty Final Fight.1
5Arrow R Mega Man199607 July 1996Mobichan from Side Arms appears as an item and as part of Cut Man's moveset in Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters.2
5Arrow R Red Earth19961121 November 21, 1996Mobichan from Side Arms can be summoned and controlled during the staff roll, and he also appears as a password symbol in Red Earth.1
5Arrow R Strider19991213 December 13, 1999Mobichan from Side Arms appears as an item in Strider 2.2
5Arrow R Dimahoo20000121 January 21, 2000A golden Mobichan from Side Arms appears as a secret item in Dimahoo.2
5Arrow R Namco × Capcom20050526 May 26, 2005The Mobilsuits from Side Arms make an appearance in Namco × Capcom.1
5Arrow R Capcom Classics Collection20060322 March 22, 2006Side Arms is included in Capcom Classics Collection Remixed and Capcom Classics Collection Vol 2.2
5Arrow R Zack & Wiki20071023 October 23, 2007Two of the mysterious treasures in Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure are trophies of the 1P Mobilsuit and Mobi-chan sprite from Side Arms.2
5Arrow R Tatsunoko vs. Capcom20100126 January 26, 2010Mobi-chan from Side Arms appears as an unlockable icon and as an item in the "Ultimate All-Shooters" mini-game from Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars.2
5Arrow R Project X Zone20111011 October 11, 2011Mobilsuits α and β from Side Arms make a cameo appearance in Project X Zone and Project X Zone 2.1
5Arrow R Asura's Wrath20120221 February 21, 2012Mobichan from Side Arms makes a cameo appearance during Interlude 4 in Asura's Wrath.1
5Arrow R Minna to Series20121025 October 25, 2012Minna to Capcom All Stars features Mobichan from Side Arms.1
5Arrow R Capcom Arcade20130319 March 19, 2013Side Arms is included in Capcom Arcade Cabinet as part of the "Game Pack 3".2
5Arrow R Darius20170216 February 16, 2017Mobilsuit Alpha from Side Arms is a DLC character in Dariusburst Chronicle Saviours.1

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