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Notes and references

Notes
Mischief Makers is known in Japan as Yuke Yuke!! Trouble Makers (Japanese: ????!
!??????????).
The five worlds are Planet Clancer, Migen's Shrine, Mt. Snow, Aster's Lair, and
the Imperial HQ, and there are 52 levels accessed via a stage select screen.[2]
Treasure continued to develop for the Sega Genesis even while Nintendo had marke
t control because they found the Genesis development process easier.[11]
Treasure CEO Maegawa was already fond of Enix, having applied to work there as a
student (though he did not get the job).[11]
Electronic Gaming Monthly's component scores were 7.5/8.5/8.0/8.0.[15]
He added that the gems awarded for "A" rating finish times were difficult to col
lect.[7]
Harris also put Marina's "grab" in a lineage of Treasure's signature counteratta
ck mechanics (where a player can escape an attack with a well timed button press
), which he extrapolated out to counterattacks in Viewtiful Joe and Soul Calibur
.[7]
In the years since, Retro Gamer reported Mischief Makers as a somewhat rare coll
ectible, with a rarity score of 7/10.[25]
Marina reappeared as an unlockable character in Treasure's 1999 Rakugaki Sho
wtime.[27]
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