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A Puzzle game for Sega CD by Sega

Panic! box art

Panic! (known as Switch! in Japan) is a video game for the Sega CD that involves pressing numerous buttons in order to transverse a young boy through a complex labyrinth. The game was originally released in Japan, and had some risque "gags" that were assumed to be edited out if the game ever got a North American release. However, in 1994, Data East USA decided to publish the game in North America, renamed but otherwise un-cut. The game was also released for the PlayStation 2 in 2002.1


Panic! was one of only a doven games in US gaming magazine GamePro's history to earn a score of 1.0 or lower.2

  1. Wikipedia

  2. "The Worst of the Worst". GamePro (200): 53. May 2005. (Via Wikipedia

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[[Category:Sega CD]]
Release date
23 April 1993
Switch box art for Sega CD
[[Category:Sega CD]]
Release date
Panic! box art for Sega CD

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