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Action, Shooter, July 9, 2016
A.S.P. Air Strike Patrol (known as Desert Fighter in Europe and Desert Fighter: Suna no Arashi Sakusen in Japan) is an isometric shoot em up published by SETA for the SNES.The game is based somewhat upon the Gulf War that took place in the early 1990s. As a pilot in the Air Strike Patrol, the players aim is to stop Zarak from invading Sweit.
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Action, Shooter, July 9, 2016
Accele Brid is a shooter game released by Tomy in 1993 for the Super Famicom.
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Action, Shooter, July 9, 2016
Accele Brid is a shooter game released by Tomy in 1993 for the Super Famicom.
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Action, Shooter, July 9, 2016
Acrobat Mission is a vertically scrolling shoot em up arcade game released by UPL in 1991, licensed to Taito for manufacture and distribution. It was ported to Nintendo Super Famicom in 1992.
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Action, Shooter, July 9, 2016
Aero Fighters, known as Sonic Wings in Japan, is a vertical-scrolling shoot em up arcade game released in 1992 by Video System, ported to the Super Famicom in 1993 and the Super Nintendo in 1994. An emulated version of the game was released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2 only in Japan as part of the Oretachi Geasen Zoku Sono series.

It spawned two sequels for the Neo-Geo, one for the arcades (with ports to the PlayStation and Sega Saturn) and one in 3-D for the Nintendo 64. Most of the creative team that worked on Aero Fighters created Strikers 1945 and other shmups for Psikyo.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Dropzone is a shoot em up video game developed by Arena Graphics in 1984. It is a bi-directional, horizontally scrolling shoot em up in the style of Defender. It was designed and written by Archer MacLean, his first commercial video game. In fact, "Arena Graphics" is just a shell name for MacLean himself. It was released for the Atari 400/800 and Commodore 64, then later ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Game Gear and Game Boy Color. Dropzone borrows many elements from the arcade game Defender, including the same font style, alien depictions and title screen depictions.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Cybernator - known in Japan as Assault Suits Valken - is a run and gun game released in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the indirect prequel to Target Earth as part of the Assault Suits series by NCS Corp. The game was localized and published overseas by Konami. A remake of Cybernator was released in 2004 for the PlayStation 2. The original Japanese releases featured artwork done by Satoshi Urushihara. Cybernator was released on the Virtual Console in PAL regions on December 7, 2007, and in North America on December 17, 2007, both for the Wii and in North America on August 7, 2014 and in PAL regions on February 26, 2015, both for the Wii U.
The game takes place in the future, during a time when Earths fossil fuels have begun to dwindle. There is a massive war taking place all over the earth for control of these resources, as well as for territorial rights on the moon. The two warring governments, the Axis and Federation, have the ability to go into space and create giant space stations and weapons of mass destruction. Jake is the games protagonist. He is a soldier drafted into the Pacific States Marine Corp and pilots a Federation Assault Suit. The Suit has a humanoid shape, with arms, legs, torso, and head. It is equipped with a variety of weapons and other special accessories, giving it full land and minor air capabilities. Jake and his platoon are tasked with destruction of Bildvorg, the most powerful mech of the Axis forces. The various missions in the game lead up to the completion of this objective. Although Cybernator was released after Target Earth, Cybernator takes place a decade before Target Earth. In Assault Suit Valken 2, Jake makes a cameo appearance as a 30 year old veteran soldier who assists in battles as an NPC.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Axelay is a scrolling shooter video game developed by Konami of Japan for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released on September 11, 1992 in Japan, later in that month in North America, and the following year in Europe. The game was re-released on the Nintendo Wiis Virtual Console service in Australia and North America in 2007 and in Japan in 2008. Axelay is a sci-fi scrolling-shooter in the same vein as other Konami titles such as Life Force (Salamander) and Gradius. The game features both horizontal and vertically scrolling levels, and allows the player to choose three different weapon-types, which increase in number as he or she progresses through the game. The game was programmed by Hideo Ueda. Kazuhiko Ishida, credited with "support program" on Axelay, later left Konami to help found Treasure Co. Ltd. Taro Kudo primarily composed the games soundtrack.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Ball Bullet Gun: Survival Game Simulation is a Super Famicom video game that was released in 1995 to an exclusively Japanese market. A translation patch was released in 2004 that rendered this video game into English.
Simulating Japanese survival war games, players must survive an assault from the bad guys. The closest equivalent that North American culture has to this game is paintball. Each character is assigned a Japanese code name and a main weapon by the player himself. Players can only move up to a certain amount of squares per turn and can only be hit a certain number of times before being killed. The game itself is divided into 24 different missions. Victory conditions vary from mission to mission, and may be anything from kill the leader to free the prisoner and return to the escape point. Unlike a medieval strategy game, rushing at an opponent with nothing but a knife is the way to get killed. Medium and long-range weapons are the speciality of the game. Battles can take place anywhere from desert islands to office buildings or shopping malls. All the opponents are seen wearing helmets that resemble those of legendary Star Wars villain Darth Vader.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Barbarossa is a 1992 Japan-exclusive Super Famicom strategy video game that revolves around Nazi Germanys involvement in the World War II campaign called Operation Barbarossa. The game was originally ported from the Japanese personal computer to the Super Famicom.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Battle Clash, known in Japan as Space Bazooka, is a mecha-themed light gun shooting game produced by Nintendo and Intelligent Systems and released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992. It was followed by Metal Combat: Falcons Revenge during the following year.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Bazooka Blitzkrieg (Destructive in Japan) is a video game software released for the Super NES which makes use of the Super Scope light gun. It was developed by Tose and released in 1992 by Bandai. Bazooka Blitzkrieg is rail-shooter - the screen slowly moved from left to right, player only fires his weapon at the different robots to destroy them.
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Adventure, Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
BioMetal is a single-player horizontal scrolling shooter game released on June 1, 1993 for the Super NES (SNES). The game features six different weapons to combat the BioMetals, an extraterrestrial race determined to destroy the human race. The gameplay is very similar to that of the R-Type series, with the final boss even greatly resembling and behaving similarly to that series iconic boss enemy Dobkeratops. BioMetal is unique in that its soundtrack for the European and North American versions was entirely created by techno group, 2 Unlimited (the selections used for BioMetal were remixes of songs from their 1991 album, Get Ready!). The Japanese version of the game featured an entirely different soundtrack. A sequel called BioMetal Gust was released for the Sega Saturn in 1997, included with the Dezaemon 2 pack.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
BlaZeon: The Bio-Cyborg Challenge is a horizontally scrolling shoot em up arcade game released by Atlus in 1992 and was ported to the Super NES in the same year. The games most distinguishable feature is that players come equipped with a device that allows them to freeze and control certain robots.
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Shooter, Action, July 9, 2016
Carrier Aces is a flight simulation game that was released in 1995 for the North American, European, and Japanese markets.
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