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  • '''''Sopwith''''' is an airplane shooter game developed by David L. Clark and published by [[BMB Compuscience]] in 1 [[Category: Video Game Genre - Scrolling Shooter]]
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  • '''''Gauntlet''''' is a fantasy [[dungeon crawler]] and [[shooter]] developed by [[Atari]] and published by [[Tengen]] for the [[Nintendo Ent
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - First-Person Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • ...nd onto platforms — like a platformer. Famous archetypes of the platform shooter genre include ''[[Contra]]'' and ''[[Metal Slug]]''. ...ing databases also don't distinguish a platform shooter from a traditional shooter, but, in my opinion, the inclusion of a jumping mechanic creates a signific
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • '''''Trax''''' is a scrolling tank shooter developed and published by [[HAL Laboratory]] for the [[Game Boy]] in Japan [[Category: Video Game Genre - Scrolling Shooter]]
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  • '''''Guerrilla War''''' is a [[scrolling shooter|run and gun]] developed and published by [[SNK]] for the [[arcade]] in 1987 [[Category: Video Game Genre - Scrolling Shooter]]
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  • '''''Air-Sea Battle''''' is a single-screen multi-player [[shooter]] developed by [[Larry Kaplan]] and published by [[Atari]] in 1977 for the [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • '''''Spider Fighter''''', is a single-screen shooter developed by [[Larry Miller]] and published by [[Activision]] in 1982 for t [[Category: Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • '''''Vanguard''''' is a [[scrolling shooter]] developed by [[Tose]] and published by [[SNK]] in [[Arcade|arcades]] in 1 * The game is a pioneer in the scrolling shooter genre with alternating scrolling directions. This not only makes the play m
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  • '''''Raptor: Call of the Shadows''''' is a [[scrolling shooter]] developed by [[Cygnus Studios]] and published by [[Apogee Software]] for [[Category: Video Game Genre - Scrolling Shooter]]
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  • '''''Bionic Commando''''' is a military themed [[platform shooter]] developed by [[Capcom]], originally released for the arcade in 1987, but [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Contra''''' is a [[platform shooter|run and gun]] video game developed and published by [[Konami]] for the [[Ar [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Guerrilla War''''' is a [[scrolling shooter|run and gun]] developed and published by [[SNK]] for the [[NES]] on 1988-12 [[Category: Video Game Genre - Scrolling Shooter]]
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  • '''''Portal''''' is a [[first-person shooter]] [[puzzle video game]] developed and published by [[Valve]] for [[Windows] [[Category: Video Game Genre - First-Person Shooter]]
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  • ...r to the [[Sierra On-Line]] adventure games, and ended with a first person shooter similar to ''[[Wolfenstein 3-D]]''.
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Return to Castle Wolfenstein''''' is a first-person shooter developed by [[Gray Matter Interactive]] with oversight from [[id Software] [[Category: Video Game Genre - First-Person Shooter]]
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  • ...mple, Steam applies the permadeath tag to ''[[Risk of Rain]]'', a platform shooter (even though characters are revived after each stage provided one character
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • id Software has been instrumental in the formation of the [[first-person shooter]] video game genre, pioneering a lot of the early technology, terminology,
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  • A '''rail shooter''' is a genre of [[video game]] where the player must shoot at enemies, but ...d here. For all rail shooters, see the [[:Category:Video Game Genre - Rail Shooter|category]].
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  • ...play systems: [[beat 'em up]], [[driving video game|driving]], and [[rail shooter|light gun shooting]]. In the game, Billy's girlfriend Annabelle has been ki
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • '''''Silpheed: Super Dogfighter''''' is a scrolling shooter developed and published by [[Game Arts]] and first released in Japan on 198 [[Category: Video Game Genre - Scrolling Shooter]]
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  • '''''Section-Z''''' is a [[scrolling shooter]] video game developed and published by [[Capcom]] for on the [[Famicom Dis ...dea, but I can see why people who are expecting a more primitive scrolling shooter can be put off by that.
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  • '''''Gauntlet''''' is a [[fantasy]] [[dungeon crawler]] and [[shooter]] developed and published by [[Atari]] for the [[arcade]] in November 1985
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  • '''''Kid Icarus: Angel Land Story''''' is a [[platform shooter]] video game developed by [[Nintendo|Nintendo R&D1]] and [[Tose]] and publi * Although I like the idea of world 4 changing mechanics into a scrolling shooter to keep things fresh, it was poorly executed. It's not just a matter of sur
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  • ...zi barracks, but id Software changed it into an fast action [[first-person shooter]]. Later titles continued with the strong action elements, but also began r
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  • ...t the trailing player can over take them. It's actually more like a [[rail shooter]] since you have very little control over acceleration, and neither the pla
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  • '''''BioShock''''' is a [[first-person shooter]] video game developed by [[2K Australia]] and [[2K Boston]] and published
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  • ...to several other video game genres like [[fighting game]]s and [[platform shooter|run-and-guns]]. However, fighting games put more emphasis on complex indivi
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  • ...range of players. Most traditional arcade games use this order including [[shooter]]s, [[platformers]], [[beat 'em up]]s, and racing games that don't have muc
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  • ...aracters you play, the game can be both a [[beat 'em up]] and a [[platform shooter]]. [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • ...es: a [[beat 'em up]], a [[driving video game|driving game]], and a [[rail shooter]]. However, each of the sections is pretty limited compared to games releas ...entures of Bayou Billy'' has three genres, beat 'em' up, driving, and rail-shooter. When you calculate how much of the game is spent on each genre in an avera
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  • '''''Ghosts 'N Goblins''''' is a Gothic [[fantasy]]-themed [[platform shooter]] video game developed and published by [[Capcom]] originally for the [[arc [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • ...game combines a [[platformer]], a [[platform shooter]], and a [[scrolling shooter]] into a single action game. You play Penta the penguin from earlier Konami [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • '''''Felix the Cat''''' is a [[platformer]] video game with some [[scrolling shooter]] elements. It was developed by [[Shimada Kikaku]] and published by [[Hudso * The game does a pretty decent job of mixing the platformer and scrolling shooter genres without getting too far away from the theme.
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  • ...e:1942 - ARC - Screenshot - Stage 1.png|thumb|256x256px|An early scrolling shooter, ''[[1942 (video game)|1942]]''.]] ...genre of [[video game]] and an extension the classic 2D [[shooter (genre)|shooter]] genre. In scrolling shooters, the player controls a character in the game
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]] [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • ...ts, and can move around in the 3D world. Perhaps the earliest first-person shooter was ''[[Maze War]]'' in 1973, which used a tile-based movement system. Free ...but are commonly placed in a distinct genre due to their mechanics. [[Rail shooter]]s and [[light gun]] games both shooters which frequently use a first-perso
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  • '''''Maru's Mission''''' is a [[platform shooter]] developed possibly by [[Tose]] and published by [[Jaleco]] and released o ...signed, the underwater harpoon sections are a nice break from the platform shooter mechanic.
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  • ...res. Mixing elements from the [[shooter]] genre resulted in the [[platform shooter]], and evolving it further by making larger game worlds and power-ups creat ...ionic Commando (NES)|Bionic Commando]]'' (NES) || 1988-07-20 || [[Platform shooter]] || [[Capcom]]
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  • '''''Half-Life: Blue Shift''''' is a [[first-person shooter]] developed by [[Gearbox Software]] and published by [[Valve]] for [[Window [[Category: Video Game Genre - First-Person Shooter]]
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  • ...se of Horrors]]''. He followed that up with two sequels and a first person shooter for the [[Hugo (universe)|series]]. Later, Gray developed a series of jigsa
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  • '''''Westerado: Double Barreled''''' is a Western-themed adventure shooter developed by [[Ostrich Banditos]] and published by [[Adult Swim]] for [[Mac [[Category: Video Game Genre - Shooter]]
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  • | [[First-person shooter]] || 3D first-person perspective, player shoots at enemies. || ''[[Wolfenst | [[Platform shooter]] || Platformers where shooting enemies is a major part of game play. || ''
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