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For the pilot who used the callsign Sky Kid, see Stephen McCarthy.

Sky Kid was a 2D horizontal side-scrolling arcade shooter developed by Namco and released on arcade machines in 1985. It was Namco's first game that allowed for two-player gameplay. It originally released on the Namco Pac-Land hardware, but it was then ported to the Famicom followed by a release on the Virtual Console.

Sky Kid has been referenced numerous times in Ace Combat games:

References

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