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Stargunner is a 1996 horizontal scrolling shooter computer game published by Apogee Software (3D Realms). Its three episodes each followed a specific setting with complementary enemies (space, land, and underwater). In total there are 33 levels, known as Stages, to play in Stargunner, divided into four separate parts or episodes: - Episode 1 - Scout Mission - Episode 2 - Stellar Attack - Episode 3 - Terran Assault - Episode 4 - Aquatic Combat The player controls a craft on a horizontal perspective going to the right. Enemies can approach from in front, from behind, from below or from above. They can be either lone flyers or formation ships. The maps have a linear quality in which enemies and power-ups appear at the same time and the same place, as is common with side-scrolling shooters. Gameplay is notably differentiated by high numbers of enemies and power-ups. Whilst flying, the player can pick up multiple bonuses and upgrades, including: - Credit Crystals - Weapon Upgrades - Credit/Mega Credit - Invincibility - Extra Life - Nuke - Shield There is also a "mystery" item, which randomly becomes one of the other items when taken. There are many items which the player can buy at the shop, each of which belong to one of the following categories: - Engines - Weapons - Satellites - Extra lives - Nukes Legal Notice -------------- Chrome Anatomy is NOT endorsed or approved by or affiliated with "3D Realms Entertainment ApS" or its licensors in any manner! CHANGELOG - Added export captures. - Added export saves/hi-scores. - Added import saves/hi-scores. - Added record sound output function. - Added record video function. - Added save screenshot function. - Added disable mouse support function. - Added progress saving. - Added mantain 4:3 aspect-ratio on fullscreen. - Added fullscreen support for all 16:9/16:10 Chrome OS, Chromium OS resolutions. - Added command help section. - Added support for gamepad (Device detection only). - Added video filters. - Added capability of saving/resetting synchronized game settings.

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Valera MelkonianFeb 20, 2020


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Alberto SantimoneDeveloperApr 23, 2023

Thank you very much!


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