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'''Zack:''' You've been watching too many movies, lady.

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'''Zack:''' You've been watching too many movies, lady.lady.
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* TropicalIslandAdventure: As the name of the game suggests, it takes place on a tropical island.


--> '''Beth:''' I came on this trip to find myself. But instead, I found... ''[looks at Zack, who grins]'' ...Absolutely nothing! I want my money back!

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--> '''Beth:''' I came on this trip to find myself. But instead, I found... ''[looks at Zack, who grins]'' ...Absolutely nothing! I want my money back!Nothing you ruined everything! When are we getting back to land anyway!?

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2016 saw the release of the "Dream Version", essentially the same game only modified for the ''VideoGame/DreamRaiders'' arcade machine.


[[caption-width-right:Clockwise: Standard, Deluxe and Dream Version]]

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[[caption-width-right:Clockwise: Standard, Deluxe and Dream Version]]


''Let's Go Island: Lost In the Tropics'' is a {{Sega}} light gun sequel game to the 2009 game, ''[[VideoGame/LetsGoJungle Let's Go Jungle: Lost on the Island of Spice]]''.

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''Let's Go Island: Lost In the Tropics'' is a {{Sega}} Creator/{{Sega}} light gun sequel game to the 2009 game, ''[[VideoGame/LetsGoJungle Let's Go Jungle: Lost on the Island of Spice]]''.


The game follows many of the same conventions as the original games, mixing arcade shooting with PressXToNotDie segments with a few control tweaks. It is also notable for being the first 3D motion ride arcade produced by Sega. Even the 3D system used by the game is impressive, it used a 55" autostereoscopic display (basically, a scaled-up version of the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS' lenticular LCD display).

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The game follows many of the same conventions as the original games, mixing arcade shooting with PressXToNotDie segments with a few control tweaks. It is also notable for being the first 3D motion ride arcade produced by Sega. Even the 3D system used by the game is impressive, it used a 55" autostereoscopic display (basically, a scaled-up version of the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS' lenticular LCD display).display), meaning unlike other 3D arcade attractions, no glasses are required to enjoy the 3D in this game.


The game follows many of the same conventions as the original games, mixing arcade shooting with PressXToNotDie segments with a few control tweaks. It is also notable for being the first 3D motion ride arcade produced by Sega.

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The game follows many of the same conventions as the original games, mixing arcade shooting with PressXToNotDie segments with a few control tweaks. It is also notable for being the first 3D motion ride arcade produced by Sega.
Sega. Even the 3D system used by the game is impressive, it used a 55" autostereoscopic display (basically, a scaled-up version of the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS' lenticular LCD display).

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* MacrossMissileMassacre: The Octopus (during the rematch) uses this by firing out a swarm of homing cuttlefish at you.


* AsteroidsMonster: At a few points of the third level, there's a large pink jellyfish. Shooting that up causes it to split into 5 smaller jellyfish. Shooting up the last one of those causes them to split into many tiny pink jellyfish.

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* AsteroidsMonster: At a few points of the third level, there's a large pink jellyfish. Shooting that up causes it to split into 5 a few smaller jellyfish. Shooting up the last one of those causes them to split into many tiny pink jellyfish.


* AsteroidsMonster: At one point of the third level, there's a large pink jellyfish. Shooting that up causes it to split into 5 smaller jellyfish. Shooting up the last two of those causes them to split into many tiny pink jellyfish.

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* AsteroidsMonster: At one point a few points of the third level, there's a large pink jellyfish. Shooting that up causes it to split into 5 smaller jellyfish. Shooting up the last two one of those causes them to split into many tiny pink jellyfish.


* AsteroidsMonster: At one point of the third level, there's a large pink jellyfish. Shooting that up causes it to split into 5 smaller jellyfish.

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* AsteroidsMonster: At one point of the third level, there's a large pink jellyfish. Shooting that up causes it to split into 5 smaller jellyfish. Shooting up the last two of those causes them to split into many tiny pink jellyfish.

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* AsteroidsMonster: At one point of the third level, there's a large pink jellyfish. Shooting that up causes it to split into 5 smaller jellyfish.

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