Shooter

 Shikigami no Shiro III

Shikigami no Shiro III

Taito Type X - Released - February 28, 2006

Shikigami no Shiro III is a bullet hell released in Japan in video arcades in 2006. The game plays much like its shooter predecessors. As before, there are five levels each in two parts, with a boss at the end of each part. Before major bosses and between levels there are cutscenes with dialogue featuring the character(s) in play. The dialogue is unique for each different pair of characters selected, resulting in, according to the publisher, 55 different scenarios. Each character has a primary standard attack, which is generally forward-shooting bullets. This is activated by tapping the fire...

$1 Ride

$1 Ride

Windows - Released - July 28, 2016

$1 Ride is a casual game with a fast paced, timing and reflex testing game-play style. Travel through space at warp speed! Collect power ups to increase your speed or risk your fuel to collect money, missiles and more. Note: The name associated with the Steam appid (508290) is different from the banner art.

.38 Ambush Alley

.38 Ambush Alley

WoW Action Max - 1987

.38 Ambush Alley is a game for the Action Max. As a VHS tape, the on-screen action is not interactive, rather, scores are tallied when the console's TV-mounted sensor detects "hits" and "friendly fire". The first three minutes of the video, as with all Action Max tapes, is a calibration routine, and instructional video. Gameplay begins at a police academy, with the player in the roll of an unnamed rookie. The officer in charge explains that the toughest test a trainee will face is at "a little place called Ambush Alley". Ambush Alley turns out to be a mock city, where trainees must shoot...

.kkrieger

.kkrieger

Windows - April 10, 2004

.kkrieger is a first person shooter game without any real story. Instead it was designed for the Breakpoint Demoscene Party's 96k Game Competition in April 2004 to show that it was possible to design games comparable to Quake and Unreal using smarter programming techniques. .kkrieger depends heavily on procedural programming as the game's data files use up are generated from only 97,280 bytes of data which comprises the program. .kkrieger is a fully functional 3D first person shooter game including enemies, weapons and power-ups. Similar to other first person games, the player is able to...

007 James Bond

007 James Bond

Sega SG-1000 - 1983

In 007 James Bond you control James Bond in his multi purpose craft. This craft can travel on both land and sea, can jump over danger, or fire at enemies on the many different levels. Each horizontally scrolling level in the game is loosely based on a different James Bond movie. The levels included are Diamonds Are Forever, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, and For Your Eyes Only. Each level has a variety of enemies trying to destroy you, and a unique goal that must be accomplished to continue on. If you can complete all the missions, you win the game! Good luck, Mr. Bond.

007 Legends

007 Legends

Windows - November 1, 2012

Taking place after the opening but prior to the events of Skyfall, James Bond is shot and left for dead during a botched assignment in Istanbul. As his life hangs in the balance, he begins to remember his previous adventures — foiling Operation Grand Slam, the assault on Piz Gloria, his vendetta against drug kingpin Franz Sanchez, his encounter with Gustav Graves, and thwarting billionaire industrialist Hugo Drax's plot to kill the entire human race. Straight after his return to the present day, Bond realizes that he's still alive. He tracks down Patrice, whom he was after in the very...

007 Legends

007 Legends

Microsoft Xbox 360 - October 16, 2012

Gamers participate in a mix of shooting, stealth, and intrigue as they play through classic scenes starring Daniel Craig's version of fiction's greatest spy in 007 Legends. The action finds players gathering intel, piloting vehicles, using advanced gadgets, and battling familiar villains as they weave through scenes from Goldfinger, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Moonraker, License to Kill, and Die Another Day. Additionally, a Skyfall mission will be made available as downloadable content post-release. Players can unlock and upgrade a variety of gadgets and weapons, and multiplayer...

007 Legends

007 Legends

Nintendo Wii U - Released - December 11, 2012

Taking place after the opening but prior to the events of Skyfall, James Bond is shot and left for dead during a botched assignment in Istanbul. As his life hangs in the balance, he begins to remember his previous adventures — foiling Operation Grand Slam, the assault on Piz Gloria, his vendetta against drug kingpin Franz Sanchez, his encounter with Gustav Graves, and thwarting billionaire industrialist Hugo Drax's plot to kill the entire human race. Straight after his return to the present day, Bond realizes that he's still alive. He tracks down Patrice, whom he was after in the very...

007: Agent Under Fire

007: Agent Under Fire

Sony Playstation 2 - November 13, 2001

CIA agent Zoe Nightshade, a mole in Identicon Corporation, based in Hong Kong, is discovered and captured. Identicon, a botanical research firm, is a possible front for a weapons-smuggling ring. James Bond infiltrates the facility in an attempt to rescue her, as well as retrieve a suspicious courier case in the same building. After freeing Nightshade from a submarine set to launch, the pair flee the facility with the courier case. Nigel Bloch, the head of Identicon, has his forces chase the agents through the streets of Hong Kong. The two steal a second case of vials from a nearby Identicon...

007: Agent Under Fire

007: Agent Under Fire

Nintendo GameCube - March 13, 2002

007: Agent Under Fire is the first James Bond game to appear on the PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox. The game casts the player as the legendary James Bond who must accomplish missions throughout different areas of the world. Bond is sent on a mission rescue Zoe Nightshade, a CIA agent in the hands of Nigel Bloch. Nigel Bloch is the CEO of Identicon, a section of a highly successful industry company known as Malprave industries. Bond is also tasked to retrieve the set of DNA samples that are in Identicon's hands. So James Bond sets off on another adventure... The game combines three game...

007: Agent Under Fire

007: Agent Under Fire

Microsoft Xbox - March 26, 2002

James Bond is one of the most notorious celebrities in the industry these days. His name appears on clothing, mugs, movies, and thanks to ever evolving technology, James Bond now stars in his very own video games. Just a few years ago, 007 made his first appearance in the business amid the smash hit title “Goldeneye 007” for the Nintendo 64 system. The game sold millions of copies nation wide and quickly became one of the greatest First Person Shooter’s in console history..

007: Everything or Nothing

007: Everything or Nothing

Nintendo GameCube - February 17, 2004

A nanobot has been stolen from the work of a world renowned scientist, Dr. Katya Nadanova, of the Oxford Department of Microtechnology by a man known only as "the General", and has kidnapped the girl as well. James Bond races to rescue both the scientist and to retake the nanobots, and kills the General along with the nanobot samples. Bond returns Kataya to a nearby base, but it turns out the scientist has not been so faithful to Oxford. Katya meets up with Nikolai Diavolo, and gives him a hidden vial of the nanobots. Before long Bond is yet again called into action when MI6 loses contact with...

007: Everything or Nothing

007: Everything or Nothing

Sony Playstation 2 - February 17, 2004

The gameplay is a mix of third-person shooting/action sequences and vehicle sequences. In third-person, Bond can move, take cover, aim and shoot with a lock-on system, engage in hand-to-hand combat, use his spy gadgets and perform some context sensitive actions. The lock-on system has a precision aiming dot that can be moved with the right thumb stick to target specific areas of the body. It does not snap to said specific areas making it possible to completely miss your target. A unique feature, "Bond sense", allows you to see the world how Bond does, allowing you to spot things that Bond...

007: From Russia with Love

007: From Russia with Love

Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 15, 2005

From Russia with Love is a video game featuring Ian Fleming's secret agent, James Bond. The game is based on the 1957 novel and the 1963 film of the same name, albeit adding in new scenes to make the game more action-oriented, as well as changing the affiliation of the main villains. Additionally, it features many elements of earlier Bond films to recreate the feel of the era such as the jet pack from Thunderball (1965) and the Aston Martin DB5 that debuted in Goldfinger (1964). From Russia with Love is also notable in that it is the first video game to use Sean Connery's likeness as James...

007: Licence to Kill

007: Licence to Kill

Amstrad CPC - December 25, 1989

A "James Bond" action/arcade game based on the movie with the same name. Your aim is to avenge the death of Felix Leiter, who was killed by the drug baron Sanchez.

007: NightFire

007: NightFire

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 24, 2003

The ultimate secret agent is back in his most dangerous adventure yet in James Bond 007: NightFire. Explore new heights and depths like never before -- infiltrate towering skyscrapers, take on treacherous underwater missions, and tackle original missions including assignments in outer space. All this plus glamorous (and sometimes deadly) Bond women, new state-of-the-art gadgets and weapons, and an advanced in-game camera system will leave you shaken and stirred.

007: Nightfire

007: Nightfire

Microsoft Xbox - November 18, 2002

NightFire will feature an original single player storyline -- written exclusively for the game and borrowing from the rich 007-legacy that spans 40 years. As Bond, players will operate in the snow capped Austrian Alps and the far reaches of outer space as well as underwater in the depths of the South Pacific to defeat the evil criminal mastermind Rafael Drake, the popular head of a supposedly benign environmental organization who secretly is bent on world domination.

007: Nightfire

007: Nightfire

Nintendo GameCube - November 19, 2002

The game's prologue mission starts in Paris, France, with James Bond (voiced by Maxwell Caulfield with the likeness of Pierce Brosnan) helping French Intelligence Operative Dominique Paradis evade a gang chase while chasing a truck with a stolen nuclear weapon, before continuing in his car. After stopping the truck from blowing up the Eiffel Tower, Dominique and James celebrate the new year.

007: Nightfire

007: Nightfire

Sony Playstation 2 - November 18, 2002

The game's prologue mission starts in Paris, France, with James Bond (voiced by Maxwell Caulfield with the likeness of Pierce Brosnan) helping French Intelligence Operative Dominique Paradis evade a gang chase while chasing a truck with a stolen nuclear weapon, before continuing in his car. After stopping the truck from blowing up the Eiffel Tower, Dominique and James celebrate the new year.

007: Nightfire

007: Nightfire

Windows - November 28, 2002

The ultimate secret agent is back in his most dangerous adventure yet in James Bond 007: NightFire. Explore new heights and depths like never before - infiltrate towering skyscrapers, take on treacherous underwater missions, and maneuver your sleek Aston Martin V12 Vanquish through the streets of Tokyo.

007: Quantum of Solace

007: Quantum of Solace

Sony Playstation 3 - November 4, 2008

Introducing a more lethal and cunningly efficient Bond, the game blends intense first-person action with a unique third-person cover combat system that allows players to truly feel what it is like to be the ultimate secret agent as they use their stealth, precision shooting and lethal combat skills to progress through missions. Blending the action of the "Quantum of Solace" feature film with the "Casino Royale" movie, the title propels players into the cinematic experience of international espionage. Based on the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare game engine that has been specifically engineered...

007: Quantum of Solace

007: Quantum of Solace

Microsoft Xbox 360 - November 4, 2008

Introducing a more lethal and cunningly efficient Bond, the game blends intense first-person action with a unique third-person cover combat system that allows players to truly feel what it is like to be the ultimate secret agent as they use their stealth, precision shooting and lethal combat skills to progress through missions. Blending the action of the "Quantum of Solace" feature film with the "Casino Royale" movie, the title propels players into the cinematic experience of international espionage. Based on the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare game engine that has been specifically engineered...

007: Quantum of Solace

007: Quantum of Solace

Sony Playstation 2 - November 4, 2008

Players take the role of the darker, grittier James Bond in Quantum of Solace, the first 007 game from publisher Activision. Following Daniel Craig's portrayal of a violent, driven Bond, the young MI6 agent's methods may be messy, but he is ultimately effective. Gameplay features plenty of gun-fighting and hand-to-hand combat, as well as surveillance and stealth sequences. The game is built on Infinity Ward's Call of Duty 4 game engine, and features similar graphical quality, third-person cut-aways, and enemy AI.

007: Quantum of Solace

007: Quantum of Solace

Windows - Released - October 31, 2008

Bond meets Vesper Lynd, an accountant from the Treasury, on his way to Montenegro. After their meeting, Bond fights off dealers from a drug organization spread throughout the train and kills the boss who was invited to the Casino Royale game of Le Chiffre and replaces him in the game (a notable difference from the film). After combat, Bond arrives in Montenegro, where he comes face to face with Le Chiffre. After defeating Le Chiffre in the poker game, Vesper is kidnapped. Bond pursues the kidnappers but crashes his car and is taken hostage. He escapes and battles through Le Chiffre's barge to...

007: Quantum of Solace

007: Quantum of Solace

Nintendo DS - November 4, 2008

The game begins with James Bond in Lake Como, Italy where Bond is sent to abduct Mr. White from his home. After fighting the resistance at the White estate, Bond successfully escapes with White. White is taken to Siena, Italy, where Bond and M interrogate him for information regarding Quantum, an organization unknown to MI6 at the time. White escapes with the assistance of M's bodyguard, Mitchell, who is revealed to be a traitor. Bond chases Mitchell through the rooftops and engages him in combat, where Mitchell is pushed by Bond into a fall resulting in Mitchell's death.

007: The World Is Not Enough

007: The World Is Not Enough

Nintendo 64 - Released - October 17, 2000

007:The World Is Not Enough was released in 2000 as a video game adaption of the same-titled movie and successor to GoldenEye 007. The storyline generally follows the movie plot, whereas James Bond has to protect Elektra King from a terrorist called Renard; but as it surprisingly turns out that King is working together with Renard to blow up Istanbul with a nuclear submarine in order to take over the World's oil market, Bond teams up with Dr. Christmas Jones to stop their plans. The N64 version features 14 Levels in the Single-Player campaign as well as Multiplayer Modes with 4-Player Support...

007: The World Is Not Enough

007: The World Is Not Enough

Sony Playstation - Released - November 8, 2000

Bond's Best Missions! Battle through 10 exciting levels with a variety of objectives. - Over 20 Q-Lab Gadgets and Weapons! Bond's P2K, Infrared Glasses, Cell Phone Stunner, and many more. - All new 3D Engine! High resolution textures, fast framerate and amazing view distances make this the best-looking POV game on the PlayStation game console. - Improved AI! Enemies will react to you, communicate with each other, and even retreat! - Authentic Dialogue! Interact with other characters and experience movie-like cinematics with full speech. This version of the game has a few notable...

007: Tomorrow Never Dies

007: Tomorrow Never Dies

Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 1999

In 007: Tomorrow Never Dies, which is based on the movie of the same name, the player takes the role of the famous James Bond who fights against Elliot Carver. Carver tries to increase his TV ratings by creating a war between the British and the Chinese. To achieve his goal he sunk a British ship with his stealth ship and made it look like the Chinese Air Force was the offender. Now it is Bond's responsibility to set things right...

12 Is Better Than 6

12 Is Better Than 6

Windows - Released - November 20, 2015

12 is Better Than 6 is a dynamic top-down shooter with stealth elements, presented in a Wild West theme. The story puts you in the shoes of escaped slave fleeing to the United States in 1873.

187 Ride or Die

187 Ride or Die

Sony Playstation 2 - August 23, 2005

187: Ride Or Die combines fighting and car racing through different game modes, including online play. In all game modes, you have to control both driving and shooting at the same time. 187 Ride Or Die takes place in the "gangsta" universe, where you are "Buck", a young thug hired to take out the members of the opposing crew while on the road. The game provides a set of different cars, characters and weapons you can play with. Weapons take a large part in the gameplay: It is quite impossible to win races without using weapons. There are alternate mission types such as escort missions,...

187 Ride or Die

187 Ride or Die

Microsoft Xbox - August 23, 2005

In order to become "top dog" of the game the player must race and defeat opponents through a variety of different stages all set in Los Angeles's infamous South Central region. The game's title comes from two phrases common in the subculture. 187 is the California Penal Code section that defines murder. It has come into general use among gangs in the United States as a synonym for murder, and this usage has passed into popular culture via gangsta rap. "Ride or die" is a combination of the phrases "ride it out" and "die trying", meaning one is willing to do anything even if it involves...

1941: Counter Attack

1941: Counter Attack

Arcade - Released - February 1, 1990

1941: Counter Attack was produced by Capcom in 1990. Capcom released 209 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1984. Other machines made by Capcom during the time period 1941: Counter Attack was produced include Nemo, Chiki Chiki Boys, Mega Man 3, Senjou No Ookami II, Adventure Quiz 2 - Hatena? No Dai-Bouken, Strider, Area 88, Tenchi Wo Kurau_-_Sekiheki_No_Tatakai, Dokaben, and U.S. Navy. Players assume the role of a fighter pilot during WWII and shoot down enemy planes, boats and other assorted structures. This game is another shoot-em-up in the...

1941: Counter Attack

1941: Counter Attack

PC Engine SuperGrafx - Released - August 23, 1991

1941 Counter Attack is a vertical shooter by Capcom and conversion of the arcade game of the same name originally released in 1990. The action takes place during World War II and depicts Capcom's own fantastic vision of the historic battle between the American and Japanese air forces in the Pacific. The player's mission is rather straightforward - on board a Lockheed P-38 airplane, he must fight his way through six varied stages, take down enemy installations, battleships and other huge rockets on their narrow launching pads. Unlike its predecessors in the series, 1941 Counter Attack traded...

1942

1942

Microsoft MSX2 - 1986

1942 is a vertically scrolling shooter for one or two players. The year is 1942, and you are a daring fighter pilot "Super Ace". You begin and end each of the numerous levels on an aircraft carrier and then fly your plane into battle against the enemy over both sea and land. After destroying certain plane formations you can collect several different power ups to increase your fire power and chances of survival.

1942

1942

Amstrad CPC - January 1, 1986

Durant la guerre du Pacifique, un pilote de P-38 américain surnommé Super Ace est chargé d'atteindre Tokyo afin de détruire la flotte aérienne japonaise.

1942

1942

Microsoft MSX - 1986

1942 is a vertically scrolling shooter for one or two players. The year is 1942, and you are a daring fighter pilot "Super Ace". You begin and end each of the numerous levels on an aircraft carrier and then fly your plane into battle against the enemy over both sea and land. After destroying certain plane formations you can collect several different power ups to increase your fire power and chances of survival.

1942

1942

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 11, 1985

1942. . . you and daring fighter pilot "Super Ace" are engaged in realistic, thrilling and challenging high-flying battles with the enemy. Over land, on the sea and in the air, your own skill and dexterity. . . combined with Super Ace's flying mastery, duel enemy pilots in fighter and bomber aircraft. 1942. . . it's airplanes taking off and landing on ocean-going aircraft carriers. . . disrupting enemy formations ready to attack. . . intercepting enemy air warriors you must defeat by "blasting 'em out of the sky." Will it be victory? Or defeat? It's in your skillful hands !!!

1942

1942

Arcade - December 1, 1984

1942 was produced by Capcom in 1984. Capcom released 209 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1984. Other machines made by Capcom during the time period 1942 was produced include HiGeMaru - Pirate Ship, Vulgus, Son Son, Senjou No Ookami, 1942 (PlayChoice), and Red Line Fever (prototypes only). Control a WWII-style plane over 32 vertically scrolling sea and landscapes. Shoot various types of enemy planes. Collect a variety of weapon power-ups. 1942 is set in the Pacific theater of World War II. The goal is to reach Tokyo and destroy the entire...

1942

1942

Commodore 64 - 1986

1942 is set in the Pacific theater of World War II. The goal is to reach Tokyo and destroy the entire Japanese air fleet. The player pilots a plane dubbed the "Super Ace" (but its appearance is clearly that of a Lockheed P-38 Lightning). The player has to shoot down enemy planes; to avoid enemy fire, the player can perform a roll or "loop-the-loop".

1942

1942

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1985

1942... you and daring fighter pilot "Super Ace" are engaged in realistic, thrilling and challenging high-flying battles with the enemy. Over land, on the sea and in the air, your own skill and dexterity... combined with Super Ace's flying mastery, duel enemy pilots in fighter and bomber craft. 1942... it's airplanes taking off and landing on ocean-going aircraft carriers... disrupting enemy formations ready to attack... intercepting enemy air-warriors you must defeat by "blasting 'em out of the sky." Will it be victory? Or defeat? It's in your skillful hands!

1942

1942

Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 1, 2000

1942... you and daring fighter pilot "Super Ace" are engaged in realistic, thrilling and challenging high-flying battles with the enemy. Over land, on the sea and in the air, your own skill and dexterity... combined with Super Ace's flying mastery, duel enemy pilots in fighter and bomber craft. 1942... it's airplanes taking off and landing on ocean-going aircraft carriers... disrupting enemy formations ready to attack... intercepting enemy air-warriors you must defeat by "blasting 'em out of the sky." Will it be victory? Or defeat? It's in your skillful hands!

1942

1942

Commodore 64 - 1986

1942 is a vertically scrolling shooter for one or two players. The year is 1942, and you are a daring fighter pilot "Super Ace". You begin and end each of the numerous levels on an aircraft carrier and then fly your plane into battle against the enemy over both sea and land. After destroying certain plane formations you can collect several different power ups to increase your fire power and chances of survival. You can also make your plane roll to avoid enemy attacks 3 times per life. There are 24 levels, the first being Midway and the last The Final Area.

1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen

1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen

Arcade - 1987

1943 Kai - Midway Kaisen was produced by Capcom in 1987. Capcom released 209 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1984. Other machines made by Capcom during the time period 1943 Kai - Midway Kaisen was produced include Hissatsu Buraiken, Top Secret (1987), Rescue Rangers - Disney's Chip 'n Dale, Torahe No Michi, Torae No Michi, Tatakai No Banka, Legendary Wings, Side Arms - Hyper Dyne, Trojan, and Trojan (PlayChoice). Control a WWII airplane fighting against small airplanes and big airplanes. This update to 1943 was released in Japan only. 1943 Kai:...

1943: Kai

1943: Kai

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - March 22, 1991

Developed and released alongside the Family Computer version, 1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen is an arcade game, an "alternate" version of the original 1943, released in 1987 only in Japan. Most of the graphics and sounds have been reworked, and the game has been made more "extreme" (laser-firing WWII planes and ships that run on ground). Further, the trademark P-38 has been replaced with a Boeing Stearman E75 N68828. In 1991, this version was converted to the PC Engine as simply 1943 Kai, again Japan-only; this version itself contains many additional levels and original music. The game is set...

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Arcade - June 1, 1987

1943: The Battle Of Midway was produced by Capcom in 1987. Capcom released 209 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1984. Other machines made by Capcom during the time period 1943: The Battle Of Midway was produced include Black Dragon, Avengers, 1943 Kai - Midway Kaisen, Street Fighter, Black Tiger, Trojan (PlayChoice), Rush & Crash, Ares No Tsubasa - The Legendary Soldiers, Speed Rumbler, The, and Tatakai No Banka. The players control WWII planes in this 2-D vertically scrolling shooter. Missions are flown alternately in the clouds against enemy...

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 20, 1988

ALL THE ARCADE ACTION! THE ULTIMATE AIR/SEA BATTLE! The most crucial and decisive battle of World War Il is about to be fought . . . by you! Enemy forces are descending upon Midway Island. Enemy bombers, dive bombers, and zeros are roaring over the island like a typhoon. The surrounding Pacific waters are teeming with enemy aircraft carriers. As the top gun of the Navy’s most elite crew of fighter pilots, you must pilot your specially-outfitted P-38 into the very midst of the enemy squadron. Equipped with an array of secret weapons, only you can turn the tide against the formidable...

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Commodore 64 - 1988

The game is set in the Pacific theater of World War II, off the coast of the Midway Atoll. The goal is to attack the Japanese Air Fleet that bombed the players' American Aircraft Carrier, pursue all Japanese Air and Sea forces, fly through the 16 levels of play, make their way to the Japanese battleship Yamato and destroy her. 11 Levels consist of an Air-to-Sea battle (with a huge battleship or an aircraft carrier as an End-Level Boss), while 5 levels consist of an all-aerial battle against a squadron of Japanese Bombers and a Mother Bomber that needs to be destroyed. As in 1942, players...

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Amstrad CPC - 1987

The game is set in the Pacific theater of World War II, off the coast of the Midway Atoll. The goal is to attack the Japanese Air Fleet that bombed the players' American Aircraft Carrier, pursue all Japanese Air and Sea forces, fly through the 16 levels of play, make their way to the Japanese battleship Yamato and destroy her. 11 Levels consist of an Air-to-Sea battle (with a huge battleship or an aircraft carrier as an End-Level Boss), while 5 levels consist of an all-aerial battle against a squadron of Japanese Bombers and a Mother Bomber that needs to be destroyed. As in 1942, players...

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Atari ST - Released - 1988

The sequel to 1942, which is still a vertically scrolling shooter, has the player once again fighting over the clouds during the second world war, this time in an intense battle just off the coast of Midway islands. Updates to the gameplay include an energy bar, which can be run down by either being hit from incoming fire or using a special weapon. The energy bar can be replenished by picking up power-ups, while special weapons (lightning, cyclones and waves) can knock down all fighters on the screen at the time.

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Commodore Amiga - 1989

The most crucial and decisive battle of World War II is about to be fought... by you! Enemy forces are descending upon Midway Island. Enemy bombers, dive bombers, and zeroes are roaring over the island like a typhoon. The surrounding Pacific waters are teeming with enemy aircraft carriers. As the top gun of the Navy's most elite crew of fighter pilots, you must pilot your specially-outfitted P-38 into the very midst of the enemy squadron. Equipped with an array of secret weapons, only you can turn the tide against the formidable enemy fleet. The outcome of history's most fateful air/sea battle...

1944: The Loop Master

1944: The Loop Master

Arcade - June 20, 2000

1944: The Loop Master was produced by Capcom/8ing/Raizing in 2000. Capcom/8ing/Raizing released only 1 different machine in our database under this trade name.An excellent vertical airplane shooter from Capcom that features some cool bosses. The game takes place in the heated battles of 1944 during the Second World War as a super ace pilot attempts to defeat an entire army. The game operates and plays like most standard shooters. The objective of every level is to shoot enemy planes, tanks, trains, turrets, battleships, and defeat the boss after each level. Unlike its predecessor, 19XX:...

1945k III

1945k III

Arcade - January 1, 2000

1945k III was produced by Promat/Fuuki Co. Ltd. in 2000. Promat/Fuuki Co. Ltd. released 3 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1993. Other machines made by Promat/Fuuki Co. Ltd. during the time period 1945k III was produced include Maya, and Perestroika Girls. 1945kIII is a scrolling shooter arcade video game. It was developed and published by the Korean developer Oriental Software in 2000. In this game, the player controls a fighter and has to shoot as many enemy fighters as possible while the stage is moving forward. There are many bonuses and new...

1982

1982

Windows - Released - June 28, 2017

1982 is a FREE retro inspired blasta-thon that will test your gaming skills to the max. 1982 GAME MODES: Arcade - battle through 50 progressively difficult levels against some familiar early 80's home computer and arcade enemies. Survivor - how many points can you score with only one life? Time Attack - score as many points as you can in 3 mins. Unlimited energy, but each hit reduces your score multiplier

19XX: The War Against Destiny

19XX: The War Against Destiny

Arcade - December 7, 1995

19XX: The War Against Destiny was produced by Capcom in 1995. Capcom released 209 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1984. Other machines made by Capcom during the time period 19XX: The War Against Destiny was produced include Mega Man: The Power Battle, Street Fighter Zero, Marvel Super Heroes, Buster Buddies, Street Fighter II' - Yellow Label Edition, Vampire: The Night Warriors, Powered Gear: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Eco Fighters, and Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout. A modern airplane...

2 Spicy

2 Spicy

Arcade - 2007

2 Spicy is a cover based third person shooter made for arcades. The game is built around one-on-one fights between two players and is controlled with light guns and pedals. Pointing the gun at the screen allows the player to fire at the enemy while pointing away from the screen causes the player character to hide behind a cover such as an oil drum or a pillar. Moving between different covers is done by stepping on one of two pedals, causing the character to move either left or right. Stepping on a pedal twice allows the player to do jump shots when aiming at the screen and a dodge when aiming...

2088

2088

Amstrad CPC - December 25, 1988

2088 is a 2D top-down shooter set in the future. The player controls the gunfighter, and starts in the centre of the screen. He must catch the green things, and destroy enemies, for example saucers, exploding pods or space snakes. The game is played on a small stage. Laser bolts are outside the arena, and the player must avoid their shots. After passing the arena, the player gets in a spaceship and flies through the field of meteorites

20XX

Windows - November 25, 2014

If you like roguelikes or Mega Man, 20XX is for you! 20XX is a roguelike action platformer that you can play with a friend. Jump and shoot your way through ever-changing levels, collect awesome new powers, and battle mighty bosses in the name of saving the human race maybe! 20XX also features full co-op. Play with a friend on the couch or over the interwebs! 20XX currently supports 1-2 players locally or online via Steam. (Online play is 90% stable at this time.)

25 To Life

25 To Life

Sony Playstation 2 - January 17, 2006

25 To Life is set in the urban inner city jungle where you can choose to be either a law enforcer or law-breaker. In single-player mode, you follow the storyline of young Freeze who is trying to survive in the hood and protect his family, or that of Shaun Calderon, a gang leader who had to escape to Mexico. On the other side of the law, you can play the cop Lester Williams whose department is swamped by corruption. Whatever you choose, the bulk of the game has to walk through the cities, hide behind corners and then bust out and shoot people. As always, you have an arsenal of weapons and...

25 To Life

25 To Life

Microsoft Xbox - January 17, 2006

In 25 to Life, you can play as either a cop or a gangster. Set in the heart of today's cities, the game lets you experience the gritty lifestyles of police task forces or, as a gangster, survive the local neighborhood thugs while fighting your way up the ranks. You can even uphold the law or defend your turf with up to 16 players over the Internet. Whether you bust out of prison or infiltrate the inner sanctum of the drug lord's mansion, your knowledge of the streets will be put to the test.

2K-Fighter

Commodore 64 - 1992

3 Deep Space

3 Deep Space

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

3 Deep Space was written by Mike Singleton and published by Postern in 1983 for several home computers including the BBC Microcomputer. The main selling point of the game was that it was in 3D and used 3D glasses provided with the game. As well as moving left and right along the screen, you could also move in and out of the screen. The enemy ships moved down the screen at different depths of the screen as well.

3 in 1 Supergun

3 in 1 Supergun

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1993

3 in 1 Supergun is a compilation of light gun games, developed by Chengdu Tai Jing Da Dong Computer Co and published by Micro Genius, which was released in Asia and Italy in 1993. This multicart contains three games, of which require a zapper to play. Oddly, all 3 games start up with a menu reading "Gun Fighter" on the top and with the option of selecting 3 difficulties. At least two versions of this multicart are known to exist, with the other version(s) fixing the spelling of "Clown" on the menu and adding 3 (non-zapper) games; one dumped variant adds F15 City War, Poke Block...

32 in 1

32 in 1

Atari 2600 - Released - January 1, 1988

32 In 1 Game Cartridge was released in 1988 in PAL format in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. It includes popular Atari 2600 games of the sports and shooter genres; a different game is selected every time the Atari 2600 or Atari 7800 is turned on. Most copies shipped as the pack-in game with the Atari 2600 in the UK and Atari 7800 in Australia and New Zealand, but it was also released as a boxed separate game for the Atari 2600.

3D Attack

3D Attack

Emerson Arcadia 2001 - 1983

3D Attack is a clone of the Arcade game "Zaxxon" and is a isometric shooter released by Emerson Radio Corp., which was released in 1983.

3D Bomb Alley

3D Bomb Alley

Acorn Electron - Released - 1984

3D Bomb Alley is a video game created by Software Invasion for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. The graphics work with 3D glasses creating the appearance of depth.

3D Bomb Alley

3D Bomb Alley

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

3D Bomb Alley is a video game created by Software Invasion for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. The graphics work with 3D glasses creating the appearance of depth.

3D Classics: Twinbee

3D Classics: Twinbee

Nintendo 3DS - September 22, 2011

This vertical-scrolling arcade game was originally available only on the Famicom system in Japan. Now, for the first time ever in North America, fans can play this classic shooter with a new 3D look. Guide the TwinBee spacecraft as you dodge and destroy waves of aerial and ground enemies. If you get hit and lose both of your ship’s arms, find an ambulance for repairs quickly. Shoot through the clouds to uncover bells. Collect the bells for extra points, or continue to shoot at them to gain different upgrades for your ship. Additional power-ups can also be collected from the ground. Fly high in...

3D Classics: Xevious

3D Classics: Xevious

Nintendo 3DS - July 21, 2011

Re-mastered exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system. Fly Solvalou in a battle against Xevious forces. 3D Classics: Xevious revisits the popular vertical-scrolling arcade game, bringing back favorite elements of the original that can be enjoyed in 2D or 3D. In this enhanced version, view Solvalou from a mid-air perspective and gauge incoming fire from down below while the scenery and aerial enemies fly by. Pilot the advanced fighter-bomber through 16 hazardous areas and destroy as many targets as possible. Annihilate the Andor Genesis for extra points and earn a place among the high...

3D Convoy

3D Convoy

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

You have to launch torpedoes at the ships in an enemy convoy.

3D Deathchase

3D Deathchase

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1983

The player controls a motorcycle-riding mercenary as he pursues two other motorcycles, one blue and one yellow, through a forest. Each enemy motorcycle destroyed is worth $1000 (i.e. points) to the player. The player's motorcycle is equipped with forward-firing guns with which to shoot its quarry. The projectiles can be controlled mid-flight simply by steering the bike. If both enemy motorcycles are destroyed, the player moves to a night version of the same level. If both enemy motorcycles on that level are destroyed, the player moves on to a daytime level of the next stage (with more trees to...

3D Fight

3D Fight

Amstrad CPC

3D Galax

Commodore Amiga - 1989

As the name implies, 3D Galax takes the Space Invaders/Galaxian concept into the third dimension. Seen from a first-person cockpit perspective and utilizing flat-shaded polygonal graphics, waves of aliens advance towards the player and must be destroyed with a laser cannon. Unlike in the originals, the aliens never shoot back: the only danger they pose is that of crashing into the player. If any aliens from a wave survive an attack run by not being destroyed before they pass the player, they will try again and again, until either the entire wave or the player is destroyed. The alien formations...

3-D Genesis

3-D Genesis

Atari 2600 - 2010

PEACE THROUGH SUPERIOR FIREPOWER! In the far future, the planet is overrun with enormous, super insects, who fiercely battle each other for survival. You've chosen a side to fight for, and the enemy has been funneled into a deep crevice, but now you're outnumbered. You put their numbers to the test. They say the meek shall inherit the Earth, but how long can you defend it? This was originally planned to be 1 of 3 "3-D" games on Power-Play Arcade cart #1. A screenshot was shown in a catalog for Amiga's Power System, but no description was included. It was programmed by Dan McElroy and...

3D Gunstar Heroes

3D Gunstar Heroes

Nintendo 3DS - August 20, 2015

Treasure's visually stunning side scrolling shooter, Gunstar Heroes is now re-mastered in 3D! Take advantage of Gunslinger Mode by choosing between FREE and FIXED shot modes on the fly and cycling through all your weapons. However, firepower can only take you so far! Go the distance and make it to the long-awaited boss battles with double life with the new Mega Life Mode. Take on the enemies alone or with a friend using two-player co-op via Local Play and prevent the world from destruction.

3D Havoc

3D Havoc

Atari 2600 - Unreleased - 2010

Your stellar cruiser begins to shudder as the hyperwarp drive suddenly cuts out. Slowing down, you realize you've entered an asteroids field. A BIG asteroid field. You bolt for the high-density laser-pulse inverter. Your only chance is to blast your way out. And you better start now...

3D Invaders

3D Invaders

Amstrad CPC - December 25, 1984

Space Invaders have taken on a 3-Dimensional effect, so you can now step into the future with this exciting arcade game of 3-D Invaders. Your task is to prevent the encroaching aliens from bombing your laser base. Use the cursor keys or joystick to move your base. Make sure you are positioned on a horizontal line directly underneath your target before using the space bar or joystick to fire. You are able to move in two directions at once while firing, but remember, there are 8 colour invader screens of increasing difficulty, so go on, test your skill.

3D Lunattack

3D Lunattack

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

The war on the Seiddab rages on, and you now take part in an attack on their moon base. You fly a hovercraft a bit above the moon's surface, and must shoot down the enemy's DAB tanks. After that ring of defense is penetrated, you must dodge your way through a space minefield above a mountain range, and then a missile firing range before reach the Seiddab's command base.

3D Lunattack

3D Lunattack

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1984

The war on the Seiddab rages on, and you now take part in an attack on their moon base. You fly a hovercraft a bit above the moon's surface, and must shoot down the enemy's DAB tanks. After that ring of defense is penetrated, you must dodge your way through a space minefield above a mountain range, and then a missile firing range before reach the Seiddab's command base. Unlike the prequel 3D Seiddab Attack, you are now flying, and can make more adventurous maneuvers.

3D Quasars

3D Quasars

Amstrad CPC - 1985

After the Proxima War was won in the far reaches of space, Federation members have now gone back to their planets to defend them. You planet is now under attack from the enemy after they used nuclear photons to break through the Quasar Defence System. In your Taranula C1 Patrol Ship, you must fly over the surface of your planet and destroy the enemy crafts. The game is viewed from a 3rd person perspective behind your craft flying into the screen. You are able to move left or right and blast the various waves of enemy with your gun. If you touch an enemy craft then you lose one of four lives.

3D Seiddab Attack

3D Seiddab Attack

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

The Seiddab Trilogy is a series of video games designed by Steve Turner (as Graftgold) for the ZX Spectrum and published by Hewson Consultants. It consists of 3D Space-Wars (1983), 3D Seiddab Attack (1984) and 3D Lunattack. All three games were later published together as "The Seiddab Trilogy" by Hewson for the Rotronics Wafadrive. The series name is derived from the word "baddies" being spelt in reverse.

3D Seiddab Attack

3D Seiddab Attack

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1984

The Seiddab Trilogy is a series of video games designed by Steve Turner (as Graftgold) for the ZX Spectrum and published by Hewson Consultants. It consists of 3D Space-Wars (1983),[1] 3D Seiddab Attack (1984)[2] and 3D Lunattack.[3] All three games were later published together as "The Seiddab Trilogy" by Hewson for the Rotronics Wafadrive.[4] The series name is derived from the word "baddies" being spelt in reverse. Astroclone (1985), also programmed by Turner and featuring the Seiddab, is part of this series.[5]

3-D Simulator

Commodore 64 - 1985

3-D Skramble

3-D Skramble

Commodore 64 - 1984

3-D Skramble is based on the arcade game Scramble where you must fly over the surface of a planet avoiding, shooting or dropping bombs on various enemies. As you fly you must also keep an eye on your fuel gauge which decreases. If it reaches zero then you lose a life. You can keep topping up the gauge by bombing fuel canisters on the ground. Instead of viewing the game from the side as the planet surface horizontally scrolls like in the original Scramble, 3-D Skramble has a scrolling isometric view like Zaxxon. As well as the main playing area and the fuel gauge, you can also see the number...

3D Space Ranger

3D Space Ranger

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

3D Space Ranger is a video game published by Microbyte Software for the BBC Microcomputer in 1983.

3D Space-Wars

3D Space-Wars

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1984

The first game to star the evil Seiddab, 3D Space Wars gives exactly what the title promises. As soon as you warp into outer space, your cockpit screen is filled with alien spaceships which must be shot down, for you are mankind's last hope, armed with the Earth's only remaining battle spaceship. Gameplay is arcade-oriented, with few cockpit gauges and displays to keep in mind. The three cockpit instruments are your radar, speed readout and fuel meter. You run out of fuel when you fire your phasors and when you are hit by enemy fire. You can replenish your fuel by docking with the fuel...

3D Starstrike

3D Starstrike

Amstrad CPC - December 25, 1985

Based on the extremely successful Star Wars arcade cabinet, 3D Starstrike was pretty accurate for what was a very complex game at the time. Unlike many of the other 3D games being released at the time, accuracy and strategy were jettisoned in favour of old fashioned, blasting fun. Still plays a good game now and stands up well against the official Star Wars release on the CPC despite being released almost three years before it!

3D Starstrike

3D Starstrike

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Based on the extremely successful Star Wars arcade cabinet, 3D Starstrike was pretty accurate for what was a very complex game at the time. Unlike many of the other 3D games being released at the time, accuracy and strategy were jettisoned in favour of old fashioned, blasting fun. Still plays a good game now and stands up well against the official Star Wars release on the CPC despite being released almost three years before it!

3D Starstrike II

3D Starstrike II

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1986

Having taken their 'inspiration' for the original 3D Starstrike from the arcade cabinet 'Star Wars' the natural assumption for the follow-up was that a facsimilie of 'The Empire Strikes Back' was on the cards... how wrong those assumptions were! Starstrike II built on the playability of the original but vastly improved the depth and variety of gameplay as well as improving on the graphics to create a sequel that truly excelled over it's already pretty good predecessor. Starstrike II was an innovative title that paved the way for Realtime's other 3D games that helped define a genre it has...

3D Tachyon Fighter

3D Tachyon Fighter

Memotech MTX512 - Released - 1994

3D Tachyon Fighter is a video game published by Continental Software and released on the Memotech MTX in 1984. It was created by Andy Key. 3D Tachyon Fighter is a chase view shooter that is directly based on the arcade game Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom. As such it is played from a third person perspective where the player's craft is automatically moving forward while the player can move left and right as well as up and down. Like the arcade game it is based on, the game is split into different sections with different screen layouts.

3D Tank Assault

Commodore 64 - 1984

3-D Tank Zone

3-D Tank Zone

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

A high-res blaster where you have to contend with planes, helicopters and ground forces all attacking you.

3-D Tank Zone

3-D Tank Zone

Acorn Electron - Released - 1983

As weapon commander, you must, with the aid of radar, scan the terrain surrounding the city and missile silos for marauding enemy tanks then destroy them before they get you. Watch out too for incoming jets and helicopters on the horizon. To aid you in your task, you have at your disposal a direct fire anti-aircraft cannon and an anti-tank missile launcher. The game features excellent 3D wire graphic tanks and battleground displays with realistic missile in-flight action and detailed instrument console.

3D Thunder Blade

3D Thunder Blade

Nintendo 3DS - May 14, 2015

3D Thunder Blade is a recreation of a one-of-a-kind combat originally released in 1987, re-mastered for the Nintendo 3DS hand-held system. In 3D Thunder Blade, players control a helicopter and use guns and missiles to destroy enemy vehicles while flying between buildings, through caves, and into enemy bases. The re-mastered version boasts stereoscopic 3D visuals and adds a host of new features. Some of the additional features include: gyro controls, adjustable difficulty settings, Circle Pad Pro support, and a load of options that recreate the look and feel of the original arcade machine....

3D Time Trek

3D Time Trek

Amstrad CPC - 1985

3D Time Trek is a 1st person perspective 3D space game. You look out of your cockpit into the dark depths of space. If you come across an alien, a crosshair appears allowing you to aim and fire on it. As well as viewing out your cockpit you can also see your energy levels, shield levels and your condition.

3D-Beee

3D-Beee

Commodore 64 - 1984

Your city is under siege by giant bees, so in your helicopter armed with a S.W.A.T. Bug Blaster it is up to you to shoot or avoid the bees while searching for the Queen over various levels. 3D Beee is a horizontal side view scrolling shooter where the screen scrolls when you move either left or right. As you fly your helicopter you can blast the bees in the air or you can land and climb on top of a building. Here you fire a gun upwards to hit the bees but you have limited ammo, but in various places in the city are ammo trucks and if landed besides increases your ammo. If you hit a bee or a...

4 In 1 Super CD

4 In 1 Super CD

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - October 10, 1992

This compilation disc was packed in with the TurboDuo in North America, giving buyers easy access to Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge, Bomberman, and Gate of Thunder.Despite appearing to contain only three games, Bomberman can be accessed by pressing Up, Right, Down, Left, II at the game select menu.

'43: One Year After

'43: One Year After

Commodore 64 - 1987

'43 - One Year After is a vertical-scrolling shooter heavily inspired by 1942 (even a carrier take-off sequence is included). The player flies a Lockheed P-38 Lightning over the island-dotted Pacific during the World War 2, fighting against Japanese aircraft. You may collect powerups and perform defensive loop maneuver to avoid enemy fire (up to 3 times) - you have only three lives left. Player's progress is tracked on a map.

4-D Warriors

Arcade - January 1, 1985

4-D Warriors was produced by Sega in 1985. Sega released 534 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1936. Other machines made by Sega during the time period 4-D Warriors was produced include Albegas, Angel Kids, Bank Panic, Choplifter, Crowns Golf In Hawaii, Spatter, Shooting Master, Mister Viking, GP World, and Future Spy. A space shooter where you can switch between a red level and a blue level. The game is a horizontal scrolling shooter in which you take control of a jetpack propelled space warrior who travels between parallel universes and worm...

50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - February 24, 2009

The game revolves around rapper 50 Cent. The co-player's character can be one of three other members of the G-Unit crew: Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, or DJ Whoo Kid, each specializing in different combat techniques. The co-player is either run by the game or through online cooperative play. The game is set in an urban warzone in an unnamed Middle Eastern country, where 50 Cent and G-Unit have been hired to play a rap concert. After the concert the promoter, Anwar is unable to pay them the US $10-million in cash he promised, but relents after being threatened. However, instead of the cash they were...

50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - February 24, 2009

The game revolves around rapper 50 Cent. The co-player's character can be one of three other members of the G-Unit crew: Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, or DJ Whoo Kid, each specializing in different combat techniques. The co-player is either run by the game or through online cooperative play. The game is set in an urban warzone in an unnamed Middle Eastern country, where 50 Cent and G-Unit have been hired to play a rap concert. After the concert the promoter, Anwar is unable to pay them the US $10-million in cash he promised, but relents after being threatened. However, instead of the cash they were...

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