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{{Infobox game
|image = File:Bao_qing_tian_title.png
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|name = Bao Qing Tian
|publisher = [[NT]]
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|image = File:Bao qing tian title.png
|date=1996
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|caption = Title screen.
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|publisher = [[Ka Sheng]], Family TSI
 
|developer = [[Ex-Sachen developers]]
 
|developer = [[Ex-Sachen developers]]
|console = Famicom
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|cartid = NT-679 (reprint)
|sound = [[Sachen]]-based
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|console = Famicom
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|date = 1996
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|sound = [[Sachen]]/Ei-How Yang
 
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'''''Bao Qing Tian''''' ('''''包青天''''') also known as '''''"[[Wikipedia:Justice Pao (1993 TV series)|''Justice Pao'']]".''''' is a platform game developed by some [[ex-Sachen developers]] & published by [[Ka Sheng]] in 1996.
   
'''''Bao Qing Tian''''', (also known as '''''包青天''''' or '''''Justice Pao'' '''in Chinese and '''''Pao Ching Tien''''') is a platform game developed by some [[ex-Sachen developers]] & published by [[NT]] in 1996.
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== Overview ==
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[[File:12.jpg|thumb|left|150px|Screenshot of the game.]]
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Despite Bao the judge is mentioned prominently throughout the game, he is, in fact, not the player character - the players themselves control one or two of Bao's servants, depending on whether the two-player hotseat mode is selected or not.
   
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Each world is split into three levels, two of which are mainly based around platforming while the third one is a boss stage.
   
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Otherwise, it's functionally similar to ''[[The Dragon]]'', right down to the mechanics.
   
The main charichtor is a badass mutherfucker and trained bruce lee to own some pansie asses in enter the fucken dragen!
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The title screen music is a rendition of the opening theme of a television series on the same subject (https://youtu.be/X7oqYpSsJ0Q).
   
==Gallery==
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== Gallery ==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
NT-679 Justice Pao.jpg|NT-679 Justice Pao cartridge
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T1cTyuFQ4dXXXXXXXX_!!0-item_pic.jpg|Bao Qing Tian's cart, Box and Instruction manual.
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Bao_manual.jpg|Inside the instruction manual.
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21816904972739_788.jpg|Alternate Bao Qing Tian's cart variant with box.
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Bao Qing Tian.jpg|Original release.
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baoth-fc-cf.jpg|Thai release by Family TSI, note the different romanization reading ''Pao Ching Tien''.
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NT-679 Justice Pao.jpg|Ka Sheng reprint as NT-679 ''Justice Pao''.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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== Video ==
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<gallery>
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NES 포청천 (Bao Qing Tian)|Longplay of ''Bao Qing Tian''.
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Bao Qing Tian in 12 48-0|Longplay of ''Bao Qing Tian''.
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</gallery>
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== Trivia ==
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*The font used for this game is from ETen Chinese System (倚天中文系統). This font is also used in many old Taiwanese video games (notably DOS games) and other early Waixing games.
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*This game has unofficial sequel to it released by Waixing.
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== References ==
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{{reflist}}
 
[[Category:Games]]
 
[[Category:Games]]
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[[Category:Famicom/NES games]]
 
[[Category:Platform games]]
 
[[Category:Platform games]]
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[[Category:Ei-How Yang]]
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[[Category:Ex-Sachen developers]]
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[[Category:Based on a TV Show]]
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[[Category:1996 video games]]

Latest revision as of 01:18, August 12, 2019

Bao Qing Tian
Bao qing tian title
Title screen.
Publisher Ka Sheng, Family TSI
Developer Ex-Sachen developers
Cart ID(s) NT-679 (reprint)
Console Famicom
Date 1996
Sound engine Sachen/Ei-How Yang

Bao Qing Tian (包青天) also known as "Justice Pao". is a platform game developed by some ex-Sachen developers & published by Ka Sheng in 1996.

Overview Edit

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Screenshot of the game.

Despite Bao the judge is mentioned prominently throughout the game, he is, in fact, not the player character - the players themselves control one or two of Bao's servants, depending on whether the two-player hotseat mode is selected or not.

Each world is split into three levels, two of which are mainly based around platforming while the third one is a boss stage.

Otherwise, it's functionally similar to The Dragon, right down to the mechanics.

The title screen music is a rendition of the opening theme of a television series on the same subject (https://youtu.be/X7oqYpSsJ0Q).

Gallery Edit

Video Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The font used for this game is from ETen Chinese System (倚天中文系統). This font is also used in many old Taiwanese video games (notably DOS games) and other early Waixing games.
  • This game has unofficial sequel to it released by Waixing.

References Edit

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