A guest boss from the Twinbee series, Black TwinBee appears in Jikkyō Oshaberi Parodius as a Sub-Boss in Stage 3 and as the last boss in the Boss Rush stage. His second appearance in the game was replaced by the Shogun in the remake.
His entire body is vulnerable to attack.
Attack PatternsAfter initially being ejected from Dr Mardock's ship, (pre-empted by a flood of rubbish), Black TwinBee will be joined by two Shadows, which position themselves above and below him. The Shadows will fire small laser beams independently.
Black TwinBee himself can fire homing rockets, which can be destroyed, a spread of energy bullets, and a fairly rare eye-beam.
During this battle, Mardock's ship will occupy the top of the screen, and, providing he has any gun's left, will continue to shoot at the player.
After leaving the Big Baron Bee, Black TwinBee will fly randomly about the screen and release his solitary attack.
Black TwinBee will fire small, red/blue energy blasts from his hands. If these are struck, they will burst into several, smaller lasers. These lasers cannot be destroyed.
- Black Twinbee's attack pattern is actually a combination of all his attacks used in Pop'n Twinbee. The most commonly used is his spread shot, and sometimes he could don his options to battle against Twinbee. Black Twinbee would appear commonly in that game as a miniboss.
- The eye laser attack is took from his appearance in Twinbee Taisen Puzzle Dama, where his strongest garbage attack is the eye beam he would fire at the opponent
- The screw energy blast he fires is also took from Pop'n Twinbee, however, these could not be destroyed back then.
|Jikkyō Oshaberi Parodius|
|Characters||Takohiko and Belial • Vic Viper and Lord British • Pentaro and Hanako • TwinBee and Winbee • Sue and Memim • Mike and Ran • Soitsu and Doitsu • Upa and Rupa • Dracula-kun and Kid Dracula|
|Stages||Hip Hop Disco • School • Donburi Fields • Edo • Sweet Land • High Speed Patrol • Fiesta Base • Polygon Space (Omake 1) • Grand Prix (Omake 2)|
|Bosses||Mirror Ball • Ziyudee • Enormous Hikaru and Akane • Penguin's Mardock Ship (SNES) • Warumon's Flaghship (PSX) • Black TwinBee • Bo Winbee • Goemon Compact • Decoration Core MK II • Kitty Train • Horo Temple Ghost (SNES) • Big Baron Bee (SNES) • John Wan Jirou (PSX) • Fighting Penclaw (PSX) • Shogun • Fish Wall • Chichibinta Rika • Bakuteriya • Robot Wall|