Shooter

Description

Shooter games are a broad action genre in which the player shoots enemies or targets as a primary gameplay mechanic. This can be from any perspective.
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Astro Invader ColecoVision Front Cover

ColecoVision (2005)

The Astro Invaders are attacking! You must use your laser base to defend the Earth. Beware of the incoming invaders...

Arcade (1980) and Arcadia 2001 (1982)

Astro Invader is a fixed screen shoot 'em up. The player moves his laser base across the bottom of the...

ZX Spectrum (1989)

A Stroll In The Bleak Forest is a single player, 3D maze solving game. This is the second outing for...

TI-99/4A (1982)

Astromania is an action game that consists of three different sections that have to be played in order.On the first...

TI-99/4A (1992)

Astromania is a shoot 'em up where the player has to save a number of planets from a group of...

Memotech MTX (1984)

Astromilon is a fixed screen shoot 'em up where the player has to blast down squadrons of alien fighters. Each...

MSX (1984) and Arcade (1983)

Astron Belt is an early laserdisc video game and third-person space combat rail shooter, released in 1983 by Sega in...

Windows (2005)

Astronoid.net is an online futuristic racing game allowing up to 8 players per race. Several elements, reminiscent of WipeOut, expect...

Atari ST (1986) and Commodore 64 (1984)

Astro Panic is a shoot'em up similar to Space Invaders except there are less enemies and they move around the...

AstroRaid Windows Front Cover

Windows (2003)

AstroRaid is a fixed-screen shoot 'em up game, where the player controls a spaceship and must defeat wave after wave...

AstroShift Windows Front Cover

Windows (2017)

Windows (1999)

Astroship Evader is an arcade style, freeware game with both one and a two player modes.The single player mode is...

Astrosmash Atari 2600 Front Cover

Windows (2010), Atari 2600 (1982), Intellivision (1981), J2ME (2002), Xbox 360 (2010) and Mattel Aquarius (1983)

In Astrosmash, the player controls a laser cannon at the bottom of the screen; the goal is to earn as...

DOS (1987)

Setting the scene for a shoot-'em-up game is always a stiff proposition and never anywhere more so than here: due...

Astro Tripper Windows Front Cover

Windows (2009) and PlayStation 3 (2008)

Astro Tripper is a remake of PomPom's debut game Space Tripper. Like its predecessor it plays similarly to Uridium which...

Astro Warrior SEGA Master System Front Cover

SEGA Master System (1986)

Basic Sega shoot-em-up in which you must guide your ship through three zones while avoiding hazards. Your only weapon are...

Atom (1982)

Astro Warrior is a shoot 'em up played from a top down perspective. The game's controls are different from other...

Arcade (1989)

Earth is invaded by a force called the Galaxy Highters in 1996, which was set in the future seen from...

Asura's Wrath Xbox 360 Front Cover

Xbox 360 (2012) and PlayStation 3 (2012)

Asura's Wrath is an action game where the player controls the titular Asura. He is one of the eight elite...

Acorn 32-bit (1993)

Asylum is a platformer where the player enters the brain of young man called Sigmund. Sigmund has his share of...

Atari 2600 (2007)

This is the 2007 holiday cartridge from AtariAge. This year the cartridge, dubbed Stella's Stocking, contains five games.Stay Frosty: You...

Atari: Anniversary Advance Game Boy Advance Front Cover

Game Boy Advance (2002)

In the tradition of the Namco Museum series, Infogrames packs together 6 of Atari's greatest arcade achievements onto one Game...

Atari 5200 (2016) and Atari 8-bit (2016)

The game is a homebrew homage to various games and Atari-related themes. Development began in 2013 as GTIA Blast!, a...

N-Gage (2006)

Atari Masterpieces Vol. II is a collection of twelve emulated Atari games. The eight arcade games are: Asteroids Deluxe Centipede...

Atari Revival Windows Front Cover

Windows (2002)

Atari Revival is a compilation with three remakes of Atari games from the late seventies and early eighties. The original...

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