Aero the Acro-Bat is a videogame conceived by David Sillre and developed by the software house Iguana Entertainment to Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Mega Drive / Genesis. The game was published by Sunsoft in October 1993.
Aero is a bat redhead who resides and works in a circus. If you want it is a mascot that tried to replicate the enormous success obtained by the blue hedgehog known as Sonic the Hedgehog. Aero's job is to defend the circus from this one-time Edgar Ektor evil clown who years earlier worked in the same circus. Ektor is joined by Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel, a squirrel.
The levels are the classic platformers typical of the games of those years: they reveal portals and platforms that must be unlocked by crossing circles, remaining in balance on other platforms and so on. In total in Aero the Acro-Bat there are four worlds, each consisting of 5 levels. To take out enemies, Aero can spin through the air or fire star-like projectiles.
There are two ways to skip a level. The first is to press DOWN, A, DOWN, Y, DOWN, A, DOWN, Y in the options menu. You will hear an are confirming the valid code.
At this point to skip the level pause the game and press UP, X, DOWN, B, LEFT, Y, RIGHT, A, L, R.
The second way to jump from level to level is to press START and then SELECT during the game, always after activating the trick correctly.
For 5 continues, press X, Y, B, A, X, A, B, Y, UP, L at the home screen.
For 9 continue, press X, Y, B, A, X, A, B, Y, UP, R at the home screen.