- Fan Translation: Super Chinese Fighter EX was translated by the group SGST back in 2000. Their homepage is gone now that Geocities went under, but the patch can still be obtained if you know where to look.
- Marth Debuted in "Smash Bros.": Those who have played Flying Dragon for the Nintendo 64 may believe that Bokuchin and Robo-No-Hana are native to the Hiryu No Ken series, when they're actually just Guest Fighters.
- Name's the Same: Lin-Lin shares her name with the kidnapped princess who only appeared in Ninja Boy as Jack's girlfriend, but her existence was quickly forgotten due to the series' Negative Continuity. There's also Princess Min-Min and the Hiryu No Ken character.
- Portmanteau Series Nickname: "Suchai," which is actually used in official material. It also pops up in Super Chinese World 3 as the name of the dojo run by the heroes' fathers.
- Recursive Import: Culture Brain USA's decision to change Jack and Ryu into ninja for Little Ninja Brothers and Ninja Boy somehow led to the Japanese branch keeping the design up until Super Chinese World.
- What Could Have Been: Super Chinese World 2 was set to be released in English as Ninja Boy: Galactic Defender, but was canned due to Culture Brain USA closing down sometime during the 90's. The only remnant of its existence is its box artwork◊.
Trivia / Super Chinese