Battle City is a multi-directional shooter video game for the Nintendo Family Computer produced and published in 1985. The game was later released for the Game Boy and was included in the Japanese version of Star Fox: Assault. It is a port of the arcade game Tank Battalion with additional features (including two player simultaneous play, and an edit feature, both explained later). There was also a rendition for Nintendo's Vs. System arcade cabinets.
The objective is to defeat the enemy aliens using grenades and other weapons. The story directly picks up at the ending of Ikari Warriors. Congratuled by General Kawasaki for rescuing him, Paul and Vince return home to their native country in a plane arranged by the general. Expecting a hero's welcome upon arriving home, a mysterious storm appears and they are hurtled thousands of years into the future.
F1 (released as Formula One in the USA) is a 1993 racing video game published by Domark, based on Vroom!, a game developed in 1991 for the Atari ST by French company Lankhor. It was released for the Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis, Sega Master System and Commodore Amiga. It spawned two sequels in 1994 and 1995 named F1 World Championship Edition, and the game engine was reused in Kawasaki Superbike Challenge.
Aero Fighters known as Sonic Wings in Japan is a vertical scrolling shoot em up shmup arcade game.There are eight stages in this game.The beginning stages consists of randomly chosen areas from nations of unselected fighters assuming those fighters have nations.If Rabio or Lepus is chosen,all four rival nation stages become playable.After completing all rival nation stages,there are four more stages.
During a walk with his girlfriend, the player is ambushed by agents of a mysterious crime syndicate who take his girlfriend away and shoot him to death. Now, as a wandering spirit with the ability to possess most others, he is summoned by his girlfriend's father (who researches ghost energy) and is given a mission to save her from the mysterious crime syndicate that holds her hostage, enabling the player to rest in peace.
The temple guard outside at the beginning of the second level has an uncanny resemblance to the Karnov boss from Bad Dudes Vs. Dragon Ninja. Their sprites are nearly identical. Also, when hit, he makes a sound that is identical to the sound of the second boss in the arcade Ninja Gaiden.
Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden is a console role playing game for the Family Computer published. The game commemorates the 20th anniversary of Shueishas manga anthology Weekly Jump. Set in a world that brings together many of the long-running titles that had appeared in the magazine, both of the past and present at the time of its release. The game consists of a main character wandering & encountering the many Jump heroes as they try to save the world from an alliance of many of the most powerful.
Famicom Jump II: Strongest Seven is a 1991 RPG for the Nintendo Family Computer. The sequel to Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden, the game features seven main characters (as the subtitle indicates) from different Weekly Sh?nen Jump manga serialized at the time. Only four of the 16 represented titles from the original are brought back, while the remaining three are new to the sequel. There would not be another crossover game until the release of Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars.
While the ship can be powered up, it exists as a special condition. When the power-up conditions are met, the ship will evolve from a TYPE-1 basic state to a TYPE-2 intermediate & eventually to a TYPE-3 fully powered up. In its basic state, the player can shoot a cannon shot forward from each wing. Continuing to fire shots in a turbo-like fashion is theoretically possible. most games, destroying enemies alone does not qualify as a method for powering up. Collecting parts is the key to making.