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Star Fire
1980 First-person shooter in which the enemy ships are TIE fighters (of Star Wars fame).
Fire Trap
1986 Climb burning buildings, avoid falling objects, put out fires, and rescue people and animals. All at the same time.
Fire Power
1975 No summary.
Fire One
1979 No summary.
Fire Truck
1978 1 or 2 player simulataneous driving game - with a twist. The earliest video game with 2-player cooperative gameplay.
Fire Shark
1989 No summary.
Line of Fire
1989 No summary.
3 Count Bout (Fire Suplex)
1993 No summary.
Back Fire
1995 No summary.
Under Fire
1994 No summary.
Wizard Fire
1992 No summary.
Brave Fire Fighters
1999 No summary.
Fire Barrel
1993 No summary.
Fire Condor
1980 Phoenix clone. See Phoenix.
Fire Fox
1984 No summary.
Fire Bird
1980 Vertical space shooter - shoot robot eagles and robot falcons
Gunforce - Battle Fire Engulfed Terror Island
1991 No summary.
Hell Fire
1989 No summary.
1981 You drive through a maze while strange opponents fire at you. You must vanquish opponents before you move to the next maze. Watch for the maze to change, because as some walls disappear others materialize.
Star Castle
1980 Space - destroy the star castle
Star Force
1985 Space - fly over floating cities
Star Hawk
1981 Space - shoot ships over space station
Star Rider
1983 Race through alien landscapes
Star Trek
1983 Space battle simulator - destroy the Klingons while protecting the star bases.
Star Wars
1983 Space - Destroy the Death Star
Star Cruiser
1977 No summary.
Battle Star
1979 No summary.
Get Star
1986 No summary.
Star Attack
1982 No summary.
Star Base Omega
1988 No summary.
Star Blazer
1983 No summary.
Star Fighter
0 No summary.
Star Forge
0 No summary.
Star Guards
1987 No summary.
Star Jacker
1983 Pretty standard scrolling shooter.
Star Jaguar
1983 No summary.
Star Joker
0 No summary.
Star Raker
1981 alien planet reskinned version of Borderline
Star Shooter
1979 No summary.
Tin Star
1983 No summary.
Blazing Star
1998 Pulstar 2. Neo Geo shooter.
Blue Star
1995 No summary.
Dunk Star
1991 Unreleased basketball game by American Sammy for the Neo Geo MVS.
Star Gladiator: Episode 1
1996 No summary.
Twinkle Star Sprites
1996 No summary.
Star Trek (unlicensed)
1972 Pirated copy of Computer Space.
Grand Prix Star
1991 Jaleco
Grand Prix Star 2
1993 Jaleco
Grand Prix Star 2 Jr.
1994 No summary.
Golden Star
1986 No summary.
Kirameki Star Road
1997 No summary.
Night Star
1983 No summary.
Star Blade
1991 No summary.
Star Gladiator 2: Nightmare of Bilstein
1998 No summary.
Star Soldier
0 No summary.
Star Wars Trilogy
1998 No summary.
Super Star
1982 No summary.
Star Gate - Defender 2
0 No summary.
Star audition
1999 No summary.
Star Force version 2
1984 No summary.
Vs. Star Luster
1985 No summary.
BlaZeon: The Bio-Cyborg Challenge
1992 R-Type-ish shooter where your ship can fire a projectile that freezes enemy vehiicles and take their form and power. Innovative idea.
Final Starforce
1992 Pilot your spaceship, shooting enemy spacecraft and ground targets. Grab the pulsator capsules for extra fire power.
SD Gundam Neo Battling
0 Gundam and friends star in this shooter with a myriad of power-ups, mini-robot enemies and very smooth control and action.
Darius Gaiden - Silver Hawk - Extra Version
1995 An official ROM swap by Taito with increased rapid fire and swapped bosses
1981 A 2- or 4- Player battle frenzy to be the first to destroy the Killer Bagel (actually a Death Star of sorts).
1981 Qix (pronounced "kicks") is a simple and elegant game in which you claim territory by drawing boxes to fill a rectangular space. You must avoid the Qix – sticklike objects that float and bounce through your space in unpredictable patterns. You can rack up more points for creating boxes more slowly, and besides the Qix, you must be careful of Sparx and Fuses which appear if your marker stops while you are drawing.
Formation Armed F
フォーメーション アームドF
1988 Vertically scrolling shoot 'em up - control the Vowger spaceship - shoots enemies, collect power-ups - defeat bosses to advance levels - Vowger can be changed to shoot in a multitude of formations and directions
China Gate
1988 You (and optional teamate) choose 1 of 3 characters, battle many different enemies with different abilities, and beat various bosses. The goal is to retrieve a book which the enemies have stolen from your master (as you see in the attract screens).
Alien Syndrome
1987 Third-person shooter where you get to blast all kinds of aliens and rescue people. You can also find power-ups for better blasting power!
Smash TV
1990 In the "distant" future of 1999, you are a contestant on the most violent game show of all – Smash TV. On this game show anything goes, as you attempt to collect prizes, cash, and keys by fighting off a host of enemies with your array of weapons. In some versions, if you collect enough keys, you are rewarded with a trip to the Pleasure Dome.
1998 Sharp looking shooter in which your ship can equip itself with a large arsenal of power pick-ups and bolt-on weaponry.
1981 The same play style as Phoenix. Move your ship left and right, and destroy the enemy characters. Several different waves, with the major difference from Phoenix being a wave where you have to land the ship.
Solar Fox
1982 Collect cells and avoid enemy fire.
1989 Third person (behind player). Use a trackball to control a soldier and his aiming crosshair, and conduct attacks on various enemies. This game has quite a few "pseudo-hidden" power-ups and suprises.
Space Ship
1978 Star Fire clone. Konami, released by Leijac.
1990 A variation on the Othello boardgame. You control either the blue or red blobs (pieces). You can either jump over one space, or "multiply" to an adjacent space. Then, all blobs in adjacent spaces change to your color.
Psycho - Nics Oscar
1987 Control a yellow robot named Oscar, collect shield and weapon power-ups, shoot bad guys until you get to a massive boss-monster at the end.
1981 Split and destroy "space bubbles" and enemy ships. Ship fires in three directions, and can "Warp" to the top or bottom of the screen. Dock with the Bonus Bug for bonus points.
1986 Multiple-monitor game. Scrolls from Left to Right for most of the game, except when choosing the next level to go to, which scrolls Up and Down. Can gain power-ups along the way for stronger Bombs and (laser?) Shots..
Lunar Lander
1979 Check it out: Atari’s first vector graphics game. Using a throttle lever and rotation buttons, you attempt to land a manned spacecraft on the moon. Readouts show fuel usage and speed readings which must be coordinated for a successful landing.
Kuhga - Operation Code Vapor Trail
空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail
1989 In 1999, a terrorist organization known only as DAGGER has occupied the city of New York where they have hacked into military defenses world-wide, established their own military command and gained access to nuclear missile silos. They hold the world hostage in this position and promise to cancel their threats of destroying the Earth only until the world's governments relinquish their power to DAGGER.
King of Fighters '95
1995 Sequel to The King of Fighters 94. This game once again uses characters from SNK's other fighters but this time you can edit you teams to your liking.
1990 Trog is a 1 to 4 player Pacman style game. Each player controls a dinosaur who must move around the island collecting their colored eggs and then making it back home first. There are 51 different levels.

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