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Fantasy Zone is a series by SEGA.
Fantasy Zone (28 March 1986)for Sega Master System and Arcade.
Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa (1987)for Sega Master System,arcade,playstation 2,Nintendo WII and Nintendo 3DS.
Opa Opa (Released internationally as Fantasy Zone: The Maze) (1987)
Galactic Protector (1988)for Sega Master System and Playstation 2.
Space Fantasy Zone (1990, not officially released)
Fantasy Zone Gear: The Adventures of Opa-Opa Jr. (released internationally as simply "Fantasy Zone") (1991)
Super Fantasy Zone (1992)for Sega Mega Drive.
Fantasy Zone (Redemption Game) (1999)
Medal de Fantasy Zone (メダルdeファンタジーゾーン Medaru de Fantajī Zōn?) (2012)
Fantasy Zone Remix (2016)
Link to other series
|Phantasy Star||December 17, 1993||Phantasy Star IV features a remixed track from the Fantasy Zone series called Pao-Pao, in reference to Opa-Opa.||3
|Greatest Nine||March 28, 1997||One of the players in the NiGHTS team in Greatest Nine '97 and '98 is called "Opa Opa".||3
|Tamagotchi||January 29, 1998||Tamagotchi Park features a Tamagotchi based on Opa Opa, called Opaopatchi.||3
|Shenmue||December 29, 1999||Opa Opa and several enemies from Fantazy Zone appear as Capsule Toys in Shenmue and Shenmue II.||2
|Aoi Sekai no Chushin de||July 30, 2007||Opal in Aoi Sekai no Chushin de is based on Opa-Opa from Fantasy Zone.||3
|Sega Superstars||February 23, 2010||Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing features Opa-Opa from Fantasy Zone as a playable racer.||1
|Taiko no Tatsujin||April 17, 2014||Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version and Taiko no Tatsujin V Version feature a music track from Fantasy Zone, part of the "Game Music Triangle" collaboration.||2
|Project X Zone||February 12, 2016||Opa Opa makes an appearce in Project X Zone 2.||2
|Pop Team Epic||January 21, 2018||There's a minor reference to Fantasy Zone in episode 3 of Pop Team Epic.||3|