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Galaga
Galaga

Galaga

Galaga is a 1981 fixed shooter arcade video game developed and published by Namco. In North America, it was released by Midway Manufacturing. The game is the sequel to Galaxian, Namco's 1979 hit, and features similar gameplay but with several new enhancements.

The player controls a lone spaceship that moves vertically down the screen. The goal of the game is to shoot down waves of alien spaceships that descend from the top of the screen and try to capture the player's spaceship. The player can also capture enemy spaceships, which will then follow the player's spaceship and fire at enemies.

Galaga was a critical and commercial success, and it is considered one of the most iconic arcade games of all time. The game is praised for its addictive gameplay, its innovative use of dual-stick controls, and its memorable soundtrack.

Here are some of the key features of Galaga:

  • Fixed shooter gameplay: The player controls a spaceship that moves vertically down the screen.
  • Waves of enemies: The player must shoot down waves of alien spaceships that descend from the top of the screen.
  • Capturable spaceships: The player can capture enemy spaceships, which will then follow the player's spaceship and fire at enemies.
  • Dual-stick controls: The game was one of the first to use dual-stick controls, which allowed the player to move their spaceship and fire their weapon independently.
  • Memorable soundtrack: The game's soundtrack is one of the most iconic in arcade game history.

Galaga has been ported to numerous home consoles and mobile devices, and it is still available to play today. The game is also included in the Arcade Game Series compilation for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows.

Galaga is a classic arcade game that is still enjoyed by players of all ages today. The game's simple but addictive gameplay, innovative use of dual-stick controls, and memorable soundtrack make it a timeless classic.

Instructions

Using Mouse and Keyboard