Quartet

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Quartet
DeveloperSega
PublisherSega
Kobian (PlayPal)
SystemsAmstrad CPC, Arcade, Astro City Mini, Commodore 64, Master System, PlayPal, ZX Spectrum
ReleasedArcade (System 16)
JP: April 10, 1986
NA: 1986
Sega Master System
JP: January 18, 1987
NA: April 1987
AU/EU: 1987
Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Spectrum
EU: 1987
PlayPal
WW: 2006
Astro City Mini]]
JP: December 17, 2020
WW: 2021
Added to
museum
PlayPal: October 31, 2020

Quartet (カルテット), known as Quartet 2 (カルテット 2) in the 4-player version and in Japan as Double Target: Cynthia no Nemuri (ダブルターゲット シンシアの眠り) on Sega Master System, was a platform video game by Sega.

Versions

Quartet was released for the arcade market in 1986 in two versions. Quartet featured 2-players and Quartet 2 featured 4-players. Other than the number of players, both games were identical.

It was ported to the Sega Master System worldwide, and to the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum in Europe, in 1987.

The Sega Master System version of Quartet was later included via emulation in the PlayPal handheld video game console, worldwide, in 2006.