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Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years
06/17/17 01:19 PM


> http://www2.tky.3web.ne.jp/~yosshin/my_works/download.html
>
> Originally made for the X68000 computer which was unfortunately only released in
> Japan.

I've downloaded Windows version (which is the same with X68000) and I am surprised how good it is !
By the way, X68000 was(is) the best 16 bit home computer ever. X68000 games/ports is the closest to the arcade originals (in some cases even better) and Sharp should have been considered to release their beautiful computer in the rest of the world.
Commodore ruled in the 16bit market at that time with their Amiga 500, but Sharp would blown away them with X68000.
Atari ST was a weak concurrent to Amiga and Commodore didn't try better until it was too late (A1200). Having Sharp home computer in Europe would changed history of video gaming by miles. (so called healthy concurrence)







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* Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years SmitdoggAdministrator 06/16/17 11:46 PM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years Ashura-X  06/21/17 01:07 AM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years Ashura-X  06/19/17 06:34 PM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years Moose  06/19/17 02:31 PM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years CTOJAH  06/17/17 01:19 PM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years R. Belmont  06/19/17 04:20 PM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years John Doe  06/19/17 03:03 PM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years Haze  06/17/17 02:06 PM
. * Re: Shooting game kept alive and updated through operating systems for 21+ years Envisaged0ne  06/17/17 03:08 AM

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