DescriptionIn the year 2020, the computer controlling the world has been corrupted by a virus and is out of control. Scentists create a warship, the "Space Turtle Battleship", to fight against it. Two young pilots, Titi and Koti, take the helm and blast off to fight the out-of-control computer.
Uju Geobukseon ("Space Turtle Battleship") is a vertically-scrolling shooter in which the player controls the titular battleship. Like most any scrolling shooter, the player must shoot down various enemies without allowing the ship to be hit and destroyed, and there is a large boss waiting at the end of each stage. The ship has two different modes of fire, which will shoot in different directions; if three power-ups are collected, the number of bullets fired will increase. There are three difficulty settings available.
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- "Uzu Keobukseon" -- Alternate romanization
- "우주거북선" -- Korean spelling
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SamsungThe team at Samsung that produced Space Turtle Battleship had two other titles in production around the same time: City Heroes, a Streets of Rage clone, and Princess Fighter, a one-on-one fighting game. City Heroes had actually been completed, but in 1994 Samsung suspended their console development, and neither game was ultimately released.
South Korea exclusiveThis was the only officially-licensed Mega Drive game released in South Korea that was exclusive to the region.
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