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Rival Turf! ROM

Rival Turf! rom

The Rival Turf! ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.


Rival Turf!, released in Japan as Rushing Beat is a beat’em up video game. It was released by Jaleco in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and later on Nintendo’s Virtual Console and Nintendo Switch Online service. The game is the first installment in the Rushing Beat trilogy, which also includes Brawl Brothers and The Peace Keepers, although the games were localized as unrelated titles in North America.

Additional Information

Jack Flak’s girlfriend Heather has been kidnapped by Big Al and his gang the Street Kings. He enlists the help of his friend, police officer Oswald “Oozie” Nelson to rescue his girlfriend and rid the city from the reign of the Street Kings once and for all. They start out by heading to the sports stadium to find out more information and locate Big Al’s hideout.

Jack Flak (Rick Norton in Japan) or “Oozie” Nelson (Douglas Bild in Japan) are selected in a one or two player mode, to defeat a plethora of enemies using punches, kicks and various weapons collected throughout the course of the game. Jack Flak is the hero who is out to rescue his girlfriend Heather, with the flying kick and the back drop as his specialty attacks. Oswald “Oozie” Nelson is a police officer who uses powerful professional wrestling moves.

There is an “angry” mode where the character becomes temporarily invincible and more powerful after taking a certain amount of damage. Moving the character is done using the four-direction controller and each move (attack, jump, special attack) is done using three of the four available buttons near the movement keys. In the two-player versus mode, the player who wins two wins out of three rounds wins the entire match.

File Name

Rival Turf!

Cart Size







Jaleco Entertainment


Beat'em up


Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

March 27, 1992


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List of Game Genie Codes for Rival Turf!

  1. Start With 1 Life
  2. Start With 8 Lives
  3. Start With 9 Continues
  4. Start With 1 Continue
  5. Start With More Energy
  6. Start With Less Energy
  7. No Score Lost When Special Attack Is Used
  8. Full Energy From All Food
  9. Infinite Continues