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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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  • A '''rail shooter''' is a genre of [[video games|video game]] where the player must shoot at {{Link|MobyGames|https://www.mobygames.com/browse/games/rail-shooter}}
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • '''''Chopper I''''' is a scrolling shooter for the arcade developed and published by [[SNK]] in 1988.
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  • '''''Bermuda Triangle''''' is a scrolling shooter developed and published by [[SNK]] for the [[arcade]] in 1987.
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  • '''''Doom''''' is a first-person shooter developed by [[id Software]] and released for [[MS-DOS]] in 1993. It's the [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • ===Classic Shooter=== ===First-Person Shooter===
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Borderlands''''' is a first-person shooter RPG developed by [[Gearbox Software]] and published by [[2K Games]] for [[P [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • ...unlimited long-range throwing stars, it can also be viewed as a [[platform shooter]]. [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • ...d is the most useful as it stops his weapon and greatly hurts him. The Air Shooter has limited use in the game. It's good against the Sniper Armor and Crashma ...defeat with the Mega Buster, but he's especially easy to kill with the Air Shooter. The Crash Bomb is useful on one boss, entirely necessary on another, and h
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • ...C''''' is the NES port of ''[[Super Contra]]''. It is a run-and-gun action shooter developed and published by [[Konami]] on the [[NES]] 1990-02-02 as second g [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Awesomenauts''''' is a multiplayer team-based action 2D platform shooter developed and published by [[Ronimo Games BV]] originally for the [[PlaySta [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Risk of Rain''''' is a 2-D platform shooter developed by [[Hopoo Games]] and published by [[Chucklefish]] on 2013-11-08 [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Doom II: Hell On Earth''''' is a first-person shooter developed by [[id Software]] and published by [[GT Interactive]] for [[MS-D [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • '''''Wolfenstein 3-D''''' is a World War II themed first-person shooter developed by [[id Software]] and published by [[Apogee Software]] for [[MS- * The game, for its time, is a beautiful example of a first-person shooter done right.
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  • '''''Half-Life''''' is a first-person shooter action adventure game developed by [[Valve]], and published by [[Sierra On- [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • ...of my favorite Atari 2600 games, and a favorite of the single-screen space shooter genre. [[Category: Shooter]]
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  • '''''Contra''''' is a run-and-gun action shooter developed and published by [[Konami]] for the [[NES]] on 1988-02-09. It is [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • ...'''' is a combination between a run-and-gun action shooter and a scrolling shooter based on the [[Toei]] ''Puss N Boots'' anime. The game was developed by [[S [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Super Mario Land''''' is a platform action game with scrolling shooter levels developed and published by [[Nintendo]] for the [[Game Boy]] on 1989 * The scrolling shooter stages are actually a refreshing change of pace that keeps the game from ge
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  • ...ge - 2600 - USA.jpg|Fantastic art! Not only does it convey an action space shooter, but it also looks amazing.
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • ...don't care for that style of game for the same reason I don't like [[rail shooter|rail shooters]]. You don't have much control over your character, and it do
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''River Raid''''' is a scrolling shooter designed by [[Carol Shaw]] and published by [[Activision]] for the [[Atari
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  • '''''Left 4 Dead 2''''' is a cooperative first-person shooter zombie apocalypse game developed and published by [[Valve]] and released fo [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • '''''Sopwith''''' is an airplane shooter game developed by David L. Clark and published by [[BMB Compuscience]] in 1 [[Category: Shooter]]
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  • '''''Gauntlet''''' is a fantasy dungeon crawler and shooter developed by [[Atari]] and published by [[Tengen]] for the [[Nintendo Enter
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  • [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform 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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  • '''''Magic Carpet''''' is a first person shooter set in a fantasy Middle Eastern setting. It was developed by [[Bullfrog Pro [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • [[Category: Video Game Genre - Platform Shooter]]
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  • '''''Magic Carpet 2: The Netherworlds''''' is a first person shooter set in a fantasy Middle Eastern setting and sequel to [[Magic Carpet]]. It [[Category: First-Person Shooter]]
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  • '''''Trax''''' is a scrolling tank shooter developed and published by [[HAL Laboratory]] for the [[Game Boy]] in Japan
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  • [[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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