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|Sub Weapon||Point Sensor|
|“||The N-ZAP ‘83 is an N-ZAP '85 that Sheldon modified to faithfully recreate a classic limited-edition piece. It’s so faithful, in fact, that players think the buttons might stick a bit sometimes… But that’s not a bug – it’s a feature, right? The Point Sensor and Kraken make for a set that is handy for cutting off your opponents’ advance.||”|
|“||An N-ZAP '85 remodeled by Sheldon. The design is strangely nostalgic. The original weapon was better suited to a support role, but this version lets you jump right into the fray with a Kraken.||”|
— In-Game Description(NA)
- This weapon has the 1983 early version Family Computer motif. The early FC has square A and B buttons. They might stick a bit sometimes…
An Inkling holding the N-ZAP '83.
N-ZAP '83 is a shortened form of NES Zapper 1983. '83 is based on the year the Nintendo Family Computer was released, which serves as inspiration for the design of the N-ZAP '83.
The N-ZAP '83 has the same name origin in all regions.
Names in other languages
|Japanese||N-ZAP83||Shortened form of "NES Zapper 1983". Same as English name.|
|French||N-ZAP 83||Same as English name.|
|German||N-ZAP83||Same as English name.|
|Italian||N-ZAP83||Same as English name.|
|Spanish||N-ZAP 83||Same as English name.|
-  Live from Squid Research Lab: The N-Zap '83