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  1. Version +4DH [Wolf / Hokuto Force]

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    Subterranea is a side-scrolling shooter for the Commodore 64.
  2. Version +6HD Laxity

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    Starfysh is a side-scrolling shooter for the Commodore 64.
  3. Is gun nac related to Power Strike/Aleste? There is a link! Gunnac is very similar to the Power Strike Series/Aleste Series made by Compile. Gunnac was also made by Compile so there may actually be a reason why these games are so similar! Developer(s): Compile Publisher(s):Tonkin House (Japanese publisher), ASCII (North American publisher) Platform(s):Nintendo Entertainment System Release date(s):JP October 5, 1990, NA April 1991 Genre(s):Shoot 'em up Mode(s):Single-player Media:cartridge Input methods:NES controller In this video I show the similarities between the Aleste/Power Strike games and Gun Nac! I got my Gunnac Nes cart, which is actually quite rare. It's a 3 screw cart and it is in an alright condition. Not mint though. I do own a Famicom version of this cart as well... There's a couple of things wrong with this video. My old computer drops quite a few frames when it comes to grabbing from consoles. I had to resort to a 2.4Ghz Pentium IV because my core2duo Acer system kicked the bucket. And the editing software defaulted to PAL whereas the footage was actually in NTSC so the video is struggeling a bit
  4. LactobacillusPrime

    Uridium on the NES(US) (HD)

    Uridium was indeed released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990 but it got shelved. Publisher Mindscape later on got the license to release a game based on the movie 'The Last Starfighter'. But rather than create a new game, Mindscape chose to recycle the unreleaed UIridium-game. The title screen, game-sprites, and the soundtrack were all modified, but the levels and gameplay were identical as well as the mini-games. So basically it is Uridium on the NES with a bogus movie Liscense. Platform(s): Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Virtual Console, MS-DOS, Amiga (Uridium 2), Nintendo (The Last Starfighter) Designer(s): Andrew Braybrook Developer(s): Dominic Robinson (ZX Spectrum), Steve Turner (Music) I found out about this fact by reading the Retrogamer magazine. http://www.Retrogamer.net and Wikipedia
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