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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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Galactic Battle

This was an early favorite of mine. Its not very complicated, but this game is a fun, simple space shooting game that … VIEW

Galactix

Views: 6821992SharewareSpace Shooting Cygnus Studios
This game may not be very complicated but it IS fun to play. Your mission is to defend Earth from from the eeeeevil … VIEW

Galaxi

Views: 2301996SharewareSpace Shooting PLBM Games
Galaxi is, as you might expect, a derivative of the Galaxian series of games, which is itself derivative of Space … VIEW

Gravity Force

Views: 4332000FreewareSpace Shooting Jens Hassler
While the control scheme takes a little getting used to, this game is definitely very polished. It's very well put … VIEW

Highway Hunter

Highway Hunter is a vertical shooting game with great production values (animated cut-scenes, well-drawn SVGA graphics, … VIEW

Interpose

Interpose is a well designed horizontal shooting game with good graphics and sound effects. There's not much story, but … VIEW

Invasion of the Mutant Space Bats of Doom

Views: 5661994SharewareSpace Shooting Pop Software
Nice name, eh? It certainly caught your attention! This space shooting game has pretty VGA graphics and smooth gameplay. … VIEW

Island Hopper

Views: 4341996SharewareSpace Shooting PLBM Games
Island Hopper is a mostly generic shooting game in which you fly a plane over various terrain and blast your enemies in … VIEW

Kiloblaster

Views: 5981992SharewareSpace Shooting Epic Megagames
If you're a fan of Galaxian (or its sequel Galaga) you may want to check out Kiloblaster. This simple shooter seems … VIEW

Major Stryker

Views: 7261993Full versionSpace Shooting Apogee Software
This is a great EGA shooting game from Apogee, who were better known for their platform games like Keen and the original … VIEW

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