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  1. Shmups on MSX - a sh*tload of games in a feature length movie (LOL) Browsing through the MSX shmups that I have: - 1942 - AE - Aleste - A-Roid - Androgygnus - Beamrider - Bosconian - Choplifter - Craze - Danger-X4 - EI - Exerion - Exerion 2 - Famicle Parodic - Fantasy Zone - Fantasy Zone 2 - Final Zone - Formation Z - Galaga - Galaxians - Gall Force - Girly Block - Nemesis 1 (aka Gradius) - Nemesis 2 (aka Gradius II) - Gyrodine - Hadesu no Monsha (spelling ??) - Hinotori (aka Firebird) - Ikari Warriors - Jagur (compile and hudson) - Juno First - Macross - Oilswell (just because I like the game, it's no shmup) - Parodius - Pippols - Quarth - Rtype - Salamander - Scarlet Seven - Scion - Scramble formation - Scramble Eggs - Ski command - Sky Jaguar (Konami, 1984) - Space Invaders (Taito, 1984) - SpacemanBow (Konami, 1989) - Space Maze Attack (HAL Laboratories) - didn't work - Space Trouble (Hal Laboratories, 1984) - Star Blazer (Star Craft, 1982) - Starforce (Hudson) - Star Soldier (Hudson) - Star Ship Simulator (ascii, 1984) - Super Cobra (Konami) - Super Laydoc Mission Striker - Thexder - Time Pilot - Topple Zip (MSX2) - Topple Zip (MSX1) - Twinbee - Volguard - Xevious (MSX2) - Zanax (Compile) - Zanax-ex (Compile) - Zaxxon - Zexas - Zoids - River Raid Quarth (クオース?) is the name of that puzzle shooter and outside of Japan is is known as Block Hole. It was released on the Nes and the Gameboy too! You can find it on the DS in the Japanese title: Ganbare Goemon: Tōkai Dōchū Ōedo Tengu ri Kaeshi no Maki. Browsing through the MSX non-shmups that are worth showing: - Rastan Saga - Antarctic Adventure - Blagger - Bruce Lee - Bubble Bobble - Burgertime - Dig Dug - Eggerland Mystery - Elevator Action - Govellius (Compile) - Hero - Metal Gear - Metal Gear Solid, Solid Snake - Night Shade - Out Run - Pastfinder Gameplay of the games and me blabbering along in very low audio quality - still improving on that guys. Sorry for that.
  2. Gradius is a game a lot of people who are familiar with the Shmup genre are familiar with. It is just not a simple little shmup that can be found on many platforms but there's a link to a very well known game that a lot of people are not aware of. The Gradius series actually originated with the game of Scramble (1981). At least perhaps not right away but the company shows us in the FMV intro sequence of the Gradius Galaxies/Gradius Advance series (2001) on the Gameboy Advance. Gradius, Nemesis, Parodius, Salamander, Lifeforce are all games set in the same universe and are all created by Konami. Enjoy!
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