0 Day Attack On Earth is a dual-stick shooter from Square Enix that was released on Dec. 23, 2009 for 1200 Microsoft Points (15 USD).
1941: Counter Attack is a game in the shmup series 1942.
1942 is a vertical shooter set in an exaggerated World War 2 universe. It went on to be one of Capcom's very first hits.
This remake of a classic, top-down shooter now features a wider field of action and emphasizes cooperative online play. Players choose one of three WWII fighter planes to fly through the tropical Pacific and destroy countless enemy airplanes, vehicles and ships.
1943 is a vertical shooter made by Capcom. It is the sequel to 1942.
A game in the 1942 franchise.
A popular Shoot-Em-Up for iOS.
The fourth entry in Capcom's vertical scrolling shooter series for the arcade.
99Bullets is a DSiWare shooter in which you only have 99 bullets to clear each level.
An aptly named retro themed shooter for the Xbox Live Indie Game Marketplace from Sorcery Games.
A.N.N.E combines elements of platforming, shmups, RPG, and love in a Metroidvania-style adventure. A.N.N.E was funded through Kickstarter in May 2013.
A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda is the first chapter in an episodic side-scrolling action platformer series from developer Extend Interactive, based in Thailand.
Air Strike Patrol is an isometric jet fighter shooter developed by SETA for the SNES. It was released in Europe by System 3 Software, where it was known as Desert Fighter.
A tower defense shmup for xbox live arcade.
Infamous for its excruciating difficulty, Abadox is a side-scroller shooter for the NES that had both vertical and horizontal levels.
Abobo's Big Adventure is a fan-service homage and parody of the 8-bit gaming era.
Absolute X is a Game Boy Color Shoot 'Em Up.
Advanced Busterhawk Gleylancer is a shoot 'em up released on the Genesis and later the Wii Virtual Console.
Take control of Tom Sawyer and save Becky from Injun Joe.
A free side-scrolling space shooter with HD graphics and interesting co-op twist.
Aero Fighters is a vertical-scrolling shooter. The player gets to pick which nation he wants to fight as and then proceeds to fight an onslaught of enemies and bosses.
Sequel to the Arcade shooter. The game was an exclusive to the Neo-Geo home gaming Console
Sequel to Aero Fighters and Aero Fighters 2. This game would appear exclusively on the Neo-Geo game console
Master System game starring the South Korean cartoon dinosaur.
A run-and-gun with shoot-'em-up sequences.
Agony is a beautifully animated side scrolling shooter, the twist being that youre an owl, The owl went on to become the logo for psygnosis. The company that made the game.
The second title in the fabulous Cho Aniki series.
A vertically scrolling shoot'em up game. This game was developed by Gazelle Co, Ltd.
Air Zonk was a TurboGrafx-16 game released in 1992 by Hudson Soft and developed by Red Company
Pilot the baddest helicopter this side of the Pacific in this game based on the hit television series, Airwolf.
Airwolf is a helicopter shoot-em-up based on the 80s TV show of the same name. This version was developed by Kyugo Boueki exclusively for Japan. It is not to be confused with Acclaim's Airwolf NES game.
A horizontal shoot 'em up developed by Cave.
Akai Katana for Xbox 360 contains three different modes, including a port of the original arcade version of Akai Katana.
A scrolling mecha shooter published by Squaresoft for the Famicom Disk System.
Horizontal scrolling shooter for the Supergrafx
Considered the "prototype" for the 2004 console version, the original Alien Hominid was released in 2002 on the Newgrounds Flash portal.
Alien Invader is a Space Invaders clone for the Arcadia 2001.
The sequel to Alien Zombie Death, this intense platformer/shooter is coming to PSN.
Andrew Braybrook's futuristic racing shooter.
C64 "R-Type" style side scrolling shoot 'em up.
A vertical space shooter game originally on Arcade machines then moved to the NES
Sequel to the arcade classic shooter. It was an Neo-Geo exclusive game.
A top-down shoot-'em-up where the player is tasked with rescuing the citizens of planets from a dangerous alien infection across ten levels.
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