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US arcade flyer of Seicross.
US arcade flyer of Seicross.
Platform(s)Arcade, NES
Mode(s)Single player

Seicross, known as Sector Zone[a] in Japan, is a shooter arcade game developed and released by Nichibutsu in Japan and North America. Despite the original arcade game being titled Sector Zone, Nichibutsu later ported it to the Famicom as Seicross (セクロス). This port was also published in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System by FCI.


North American NES box art of Seicross.
North American NES box art of Seicross.

During the game play of Seicross, the player rides a gliding motorcycle-like vehicle, bumping other riders, collecting power modules and collecting blue people who are stranded. A second area removes the riders and adds rough terrain, while the final leg features a battle with one or more Dinosaur Tanks, which launch their heads when destroyed. The sequence repeats infinitely, getting progressively difficult and changing backgrounds.


Gene Lewin of Play Meter rated the arcade game 8 out of 10, stating it "is challenging as well as fun to play."[2]


  1. ^ Japanese: セクターゾーン, Hepburn: Sekutā Zōn


  1. ^ a b Akagi, Masumi (October 13, 2006). アーケードTVゲームリスト国内•海外編(1971–2005) [Arcade TV Game List: Domestic • Overseas Edition (1971–2005)] (in Japanese). Japan: Amusement News Agency. pp. 56–7, 127. ISBN 978-4990251215.
  2. ^ Lewin, Gene (December 1, 1984). "Gene's Gudgements: 'Seicross' should earn well". Play Meter. Vol. 10, no. 22. pp. 81–2.