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Description

Atlantal, a peaceful planet, has been attacked by an invading alien fleet known only as The Aggressors, leaving the capital city Delila in ruins. In order to stop The Aggressors, the people of Atlantal send the most powerful fighter ship on the planet, the bio-ship Gomorrah.

Uchū Senkan Gomorrah (Space Battle Ship Gomorrah) is a horizontally-scrolling shooter. The player controls the titular ship, Gomorrah, which can shoot both straight forward as in most shooting games, as well as freely in any direction via an aiming cursor, which is controlled independently of the ship itself. Additionally, there are several power-ups that can be found, including speed-ups, additional mounted guns, and the life-up, which will not only increase the ship's armor, but also cause it to grow in size as well.

The game features 9 stages, each with a boss at the end, as well as one or two-player simultaneous play. The game difficulty has been rebalanced from the arcade to compensate for the lack of a trackball to control the aiming cursor; the player must stop their ship in order to move the cursor.

Screenshots

Bio-Ship Paladin Genesis The ship grows bigger when the life power up is picked up
Bio-Ship Paladin Genesis Screens can get pretty crowded
Bio-Ship Paladin Genesis Continue screen
Bio-Ship Paladin Genesis Configuration menu

Promo Images

Bio-Ship Paladin Screenshot
Bio-Ship Paladin Screenshot
Bio-Ship Paladin Screenshot
Bio-Ship Paladin Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "宇宙戦艦ゴモラ" -- Japanese spelling
  • "アーケードアーカイブス 宇宙戦艦ゴモラ" -- Japanese PS4 / Switch spelling
  • "Uchū Senkan Gomorrah" -- Japanese title
  • "Arcade Archives: Bio-Ship Paladin" -- PS4 / Switch title

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Computer and Video Games (CVG) Genesis Dec, 1991 86 out of 100 86

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Version differences

The Genesis version adds a secondary multiplayer mode, in addition to the regular co-op mode, where player 1 controls the ship while player 2 aims the turret.
Contributed to by f1reball (299), Rik Hideto (471358) and 雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (60591)
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