It's not as big a deal as you think, but it's a neat little feature that adds a bit of spice to repeat playthroughs- after the mid-boss in each stage, you can choose to take the upper or lower path, which usually have different weapons and may even have enemies you won't see on … Martin Smith (70958) added Dynamite Düx (Amiga) on Mar 24, 2005 Other platforms contributed by chirinea (46532), FatherJack (62736) and Martin Smith (70958) Credits (2 people) A friend and I made it to the Stage 3 end-of-level boss, the rock golem, before finally our fighting spirit and pocketfuls of 10ps ran out. It was a moderate success and was ported to the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Sega Master System and ZX Spectrum in the following year. Sega released the game for their own system, the Sega Master System, in 1989 but only in Europe. Dynamite Düx was released in December 1988 in Japan. Dynamite Dux (sometimes stylized as Dynamite Düx) is a two-player side-scrolling action game from Sega, originally released in the Arcades in 1989 and ported to various home systems. Dynamite Dux is a side-scrolling 'beat 'em up' arcade game, created by Sega-AM2 and released by Sega in 1988 for their successful Sega System 16 arcade board, the same board that was used for hits like Golden Axe and Altered Beast. Dynamite Düx, the forgotten big man of SEGA of the 80s. Systems: Arcade, Master System, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad, Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST. I remember the first time I played Dynamite Düx at the arcade in Weston-super-Mare. Side-scrolling beat-‘em-ups have actually taught us some interesting… Dynamite Düx relies on parody and absurdity and for a way of playing that distances itself a bit from the rest of Beat them by offering more depth for attacks, 360 degrees.We weren’t tied to a single plane, but could directly attack those in the upper or lower plane, which gave a sense of greater dimensionality, unlike the others. Dynamite Düx. Release date: 1988. A screenshot from arcade version of Dynamite Dux, featuring Bin and Pin in the Bonus Game.. Bean the Dynamite is based on characters Bin and Pin from the 1988 Sega AM2 arcade game, Dynamite Düx, where the aforementioned ducks attempt to rescue a girl named Lucy from an evil Sorcerer known as "Achacha the Great".It should be noted that "Bean" is close to the Japanese pronunciation of "Bin". Where this one stands out, however, is the setting of your character as a duck called Bin, and with motion having a clear waddling appearance. Side-scrolling beat 'em ups in which you must rescue a trapped female friend are nothing unusual. The game generally considered to be the first ever side-scrolling beat-‘em-up is Spartan X, which was developed and published by Irem and released in arcades in Japan in 1984.The game was given an international arcade release the following year under the new title of Kung-Fu Master, and a host of ports followed for home computers such as the Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC, and consoles … Yes, Dynamite Düx has branching paths! The main character 'Bean' (Bin) appears in the Sega arcade game "Sonic The Fighters" as a playable character.Export releases: "Dynamite Düx [Model 317-0095]" "Dynamite Düx [Model 317-0096]" It can be easy for some gamers to write off the side-scrolling beat-‘em-up genre as shallow and repetitive, especially when taking into account how the medium of video games has evolved and matured over the past two decades, but this is doing the genre a disservice. Dynamite Dux was originally an arcade title developed by Sega AM2, and like the Master System port, was only released in Japan and Europe (Hardcore Gaming 101 says the game saw small distribution in America, but this information is refuted on both GameFAQs and SegaRetro).