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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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Quadnet

Views: 5,1321999FreewareSpace Shooting Brainchild Design
This game presents a few interesting twists on the classic Asteroids type game. Like the original, you fly your ship … VIEW

Raptor: Call of the Shadows

I remember playing this for far too long. It's a fairly basic shooting game (gameplay-wise), however, it has nice … VIEW

Ravage

Views: 6,0511996SharewareSpace Shooting Alpha Helix Productions
Ravage is a game that is seemingly heavily influenced by Raptor and Tyrian which appeared in 1994 and 1995, … VIEW

Round 42

Views: 4,9021986FreewareSpace Shooting Elven Software Company
Round 42 is a cult-classic shooting game, which is unique mainly for its fast-paced gameplay and its unique graphical … VIEW

Sea Dragon

Views: 1,7161997SharewareSpace Shooting PLBM Games
Sea Dragon, a game the author claims was "written out of extreme boredom", is actually decently fun to play. Your goal … VIEW

Seek and Destroy

Seek and Destroy is an entertaining and well polished shooting game. Using superb VGA graphics and SB sound effects, the … VIEW

Side Line

Side Line (or Side-Line or Sideline ...) is a Taiwanese-developed game which unfortunately only saw a very limited … VIEW

Smashteroid

Views: 3,0542001FreewareSpace Shooting NewCreature Design
Smasteroids is an unabashed clone of the classic Intellivision game Astrosmash. As a clone, it recreates the original … VIEW

Solar Winds: The Escape

I had a bit of a problem putting this game in a category, since it includes quite a bit of adventure elements along with … VIEW

Space

Views: 1,9531985FreewareSpace Shooting Bill Pogue
Space is an unambitiously named shoot-em-up game made in 1985. (It's also called "Space Adventure" at the top of the … VIEW

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