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Bells and whistles refers to non-essential features, visual or functional, that are an enhancement to the object.

It may also refer to:

  • Theater pipe organs, used to accompany silent pictures, had a collection of "toys"; sirens, bells, whistles and such. A fully configured organ had "all the bells and whistles", usually around twenty.

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Detana!! TwinBee
Box artwork for Detana!! TwinBee.
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Japanese title 出たな!!ツインビー
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Shooter
System(s) Arcade, TurboGrafx-16, Sharp X68000, Wii Virtual Console
Players 1-2 co-operative
Preceded by TwinBee DA!
Followed by Pop'n TwinBee
Series TwinBee

Detana!! TwinBee (aka Bells & Whistles in Europe) is the fifth TwinBee game and the second TwinBee arcade game. This is the first game to make a full-figure appearance of the two pilots, Light and Pastel.

It was release for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn as part of Detana!! TwinBee Yahho!, and for the PlayStation Portable as part of TwinBee Portable.

Box artwork

Table of Contents

Detana!! TwinBee/Table of Contents

editTwinBee series

TwinBee · Moero TwinBee · TwinBee 3 · TwinBee DA! · Detana!! TwinBee · Pop'n TwinBee · TwinBee: Rainbow Bell Adventures · TwinBee Yahho! · TwinBee RPG


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