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Category description: Now referred to as "shoot-em-ups" or the short form "shmups", these often sci-fi based games can be the ultimate test of a player's reflexes. "Bullet hell" games fill the screen with projectiles and other obstacles, as the player attempts to navigate their ship among them, blasting everything on screen.
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Views: 1,9091996SharewareSpace Shooting Safari Software
This solidly built mission-based action shooting game is well made, features good graphics and sound effects, and an … VIEW

Tubular Worlds

Tubular Worlds is a pretty good space shooting game, where the screen scrolls left and you shoot wave after wave of … VIEW

Tyrian

Tyrian is a shooting game that is somewhat similar to the Apogee offering "Raptor: Call of the Shadows". The object is, … VIEW

Vanaguard Ace

Vanguard Ace certainly is impressive on a technical level! It's a vertical shoot-em-up with lots of fancy planes, tanks, … VIEW

World Quest

World Quest is not an RPG or strategy game as you might expect from its name; rather it's a shoot-em-up. I think today … VIEW

Xatax

Views: 2,2031994SharewareSpace Shooting Pixel Painters
Xatax is a sidescrolling space shooting game from Pixel Painters, a mostly unknown but very talented group of shareware … VIEW

Xerix

Views: 1,7951992FreewareSpace Shooting Brendan Reville
Xerix is a shoot-em-up which looks a little like Xevious flipped 90 degrees. You pilot your mighty (tiny) spaceship as … VIEW

Xolo

Views: 1,7401993SharewareSpace Shooting Eric & Mark Riel
I like this game! It's quite similar to the classic Star Castle arcade game. You fly your little ship around the screen … VIEW

Zeroth Zone

Views: 1,8961999FreewareSpace Shooting Binary Spells Industries
A rather slow paced shooting game which is similar to the classic arcade game Scramble. As you fly along, you have to … VIEW

Zone 66

Views: 2,2451993SharewareSpace Shooting RenaissanceEpic Megagames
Another classic game from Epic Megagames, this is a shooting game with smooth-scrolling graphics and a "driving techno … VIEW

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