The game was originally released in North America by Taito. Sting developed it, with Hideki Takahagi as the main music composer for the Jetsons game, using Mitsuhito Tanaka's primary sound driver for Sting. In 1995, Kadokawa Shoten created a new manga called Yōkai Buster Ruka and they wanted Sting to reprogram and edit the Super NES Jetsons game and turn it into a new game called Yōkai Buster: Ruka no Daibōken (妖怪バスター ルカの大冒険, lit. "Phantom Buster: Ruka's Big Adventure") with new music (composed by Mitsuhito Tanaka), new enemies and new areas. Both versions have essentially the same engine with a different story and theme. They also have a strict time limit that punishes tardiness with lost lives.
Source: Wikipedia, "The Jetsons: Invasion of the Planet Pirates", available under the CC-BY-SA License.