Michael Jackson's Moonwalker is the name of several video games based on the 1988
Michael Jackson film Moonwalker. U.S. Gold published various games for home computers,
released in 1989 and Sega developed two beat 'em up video games in 1990.
One released for arcades and another released for the Mega Drive and Master System.
Each of the games' stories loosely follow the story of the film.
"Michael!" Katy's voice rings out - you've found her! But more children are still lost! Can you stop the psycho mastermind Mr. Big and his goon squad before they kidnap all the kids? You can, if you're Michael Jackson! Moonwalk on muggers, lean on meanies, and pop the punks! Outfight, outjump, outdance! Move like only Michael can, to the beat of Smooth Criminal, Beat it, Billie Jean, and Bad! No bad guy can last through Michael's Star Magic! Punch down gangsters in Club 30. Rumble in the streets. Swing, spin, and kick past graveyard ghouls. Chill in the caverns, then sizzle 'em with ultra-tech weapons in Mr. Big's hideout. Experience the baddest video game ever. Defy physics with Michael's dancing! You never lose your cool. See it and be it - Michael Jackson's Moonwalker!
Enter - start; Arrows - move;
X - attack; C - jump;
Z - magic (Tap the button and Michael will spin a little, hold the button for a second, then release - Michael will toss his hat and it will fly around. Hold the button down for a long time, and Michael will have all enemies start dancing);
You can change keyboard settings, save (F5) and load (F8) the game.
Put your mouse over the game and choose your settings, you can also play the game in fullscreen.