Lucky & Wild

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Lucky & Wild
Basic Information
Video Game
Vehicular Combat
Steering wheel, two lightguns
Retail Features
Main Credits
Taro Okamoto, S. Tohyama and Y. Kounoe
Etsuo Ishii
Arcade Specifications
Upright, cabaret, cocktail and cockpit
Namco System 2
Horizontal orientation, Raster
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
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Steam | Xbox Live

Lucky & Wild (ラッキー&ワイルド?) is a 1992 rail shooter arcade game developed and published by Namco. The game's plot and setting resembles the 1989 American action/comedy film titled Tango & Cash.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The object of the game is to stop a bunch of criminals led by the main antagonist Big Cigar from breaking laws. The first player controls Lucky, a businessman who drives and wields a gun simultaneously, while second player controls Wild, a surfer with long blonde hair who just shoots with a gun. The game can be played in five ways (two of them official and three of them unofficial).

Official ways include:

  • Player 1 driving and shooting (single-player mode).
  • Player 1 driving and shooting with Player 2 shooting with 2nd gun (two-player mode).

Unofficial ways include:

  • Player 1 just driving while Player 2 uses 1st gun.
  • Player 1 just driving while Player 2 uses both guns.
  • Player 1 driving, Player 2 using 1st gun and Player 3 using 2nd gun, allowing 3 players.

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