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consists of 12 releases.
Released Sep 11, 1992
A horizontal shooter where aliens have begun an invasion on Earth, and you as a spaceship pilot, must fend them off with a wide array of upgradeable weapons.
Arcade sequel to Salamander, which is known as Life Force outside Japan.
A construction kit for the Super Famicom, built in 1994 for designing and playing arcade-style vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-ups. Along with numerous enhancements compared to its Famicom predecessor, it also includes a fully-featured sample game (which itself is a spiritual sequel to the developer's 1993 arcade game Daioh).
A sci-fi horizontal shoot 'em up for the Super Nintendo. It is also known as Darius Force in Japan, and is part of Taito's Darius series.
D-Force, also known as Dimension Force, is an Asmik-published top-down vertical shoot 'em up for the SNES. Players control a helicopter-like ship that has the ability to alter its altitude to avoid or attack air and land targets.
"A super saga of 23rd century satellite warfare!" A Super Nintendo horizontal shoot 'em up developed and published by Jaleco.
Burai Fighter is a side-scrolling/top-down shooter released for the NES, Game Boy and later the Game Boy Color adopting different names with each release. Featuring upgradable weapons and the ability to shoot in eight directions, the player must destroy the Burai and their seven bases.
A 2D side-scrolling shooter, and an arcade classic! Travel across space, power-up the companion orb, and bring down some of the toughest alien bosses in gaming.
Also known as Salamander, Life Force is a spin-off of the 1985 shoot-'em-up Gradius featuring two-player multiplayer and both side-scrolling and vertical-scrolling stages.
A side scrolling arcade shoot 'em up and the first in Konami's famous series. The game became famous for its extreme difficulty and varied power-ups.
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