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  1. A MORE than decent port of one of my all-time favorite arcade games!
  2. Has anybody tried doing the Galaga "no-fire" cheat on Legends Flashback 2019 (or 2018)? I spent 20+ minutes trying this, and the bees never ran out of missiles. I'm not sure if I just did it wrong or if the console has the fixed version of the Galaga ROM on it.
  3. This is a small release that improves support for a few bankswitching schemes: Added support for CDFJ bankswitching type (Galaga, Wizard of War, etc). Allow the DPC+ scheme to not enable playfield 'jitter' effect for certain older DPC+ driver versions; this allows 'Epic Adventure' ROM to finally work in Stella. Note that this release is based on code older than the recent 6.1 betas. Many bugfixes and new features have been done for 6.1, but none of these are included here. This is simply version 6.0 with the above two changes back-ported from 6.1. As for why we would do this, I leave it to your imagination As usual, you can download from here, and if you like make a donation here.
  4. i am currently on the never-ending quest to play galaga '88 on the go. so far, MAME4droid is useless on my device (android 4.0.4 on samsung galaxy s 2), and my choices are limited. so i am willing to use other options to play the arcade version of galaga '88 on the go. are there any options on how to do this? (please help me. i'm desperate.)
  5. From the album: high scores

    near perfect galaga score personal best is 2,850,670
  6. Papa

    Vintage arcade cabinet

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This is my wife's converted Robocop cab. We put a new arcade monitor in it and flipped it vertical for her Games Family 60-in-1 board. She is a BEAST at Galaga!!

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  7. DoctorSpuds

    Galaga (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  8. Hey fellow gamers: My Room of Doom is featured in a new video by Iretrogamer, formerly the Sega Channel. You can check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r... You can check out the books mentioned in the video here: http://www.amazon.com/Brett-Weiss... THANKS FOR WATCHING AND READING!!! ------------------------- Classic Home Video Games 1985-1988 http://brettweisswords.blogspot.c...
  9. Galaga, by Christopher "Dr. McNinja" Hastings. Yeah... I don't know how or why this exists, but it is decently entertaining.
  10. A lot of people feel that Galaxian was rendered completely obsolete by Galaga. Why play Galaxian when you can play Galaga? It has so many more features, so much more action, it's so much faster paced, the enemies come in so many different patterns. Personally I disagree that Galaxian was rendered obsolete by Galaga. Galaxian is a slower game and you can only have one missile on the screen at a time, but this makes accuracy an imperative and accurately timing your shots is a much bigger deal than in Galaga. I get different things out of both games and enjoy them both. I do understand how most people might prefer Galaga though. It's just so much more fast paced. It's Galaxian on steroids. Galaxian with fuel injection. But ok, if your average person thinks Galaga rendered Galaxian obsolete, then how come Gaplus hasn't rendered Galaga obsolete? I can predict some of the answers. "Well, Galaga came out in 1981, and for 1981 it was groundbreaking. Gaplus came out in 1984, and for 1984 it wasn't groundbreaking, so it never caught on." To me this explains why Gaplus wasn't a huge hit back in the day. The arcades had moved away from the classic fixed shooters to more exciting pastures. But these days people are playing these arcade games at barcades, on Namco Museum game collections on various consoles, or on MAME. I get that many people grew up with Galaga and are going to be nostalgic for it and prefer it on principle. But it seems like a lot of people who didn't grow up with any of these games still only talk about Galaga. If nostalgia isn't what's going on, then what is? Gaplus has a lot more going on than Galaga, as evidenced by this flyer. Unless I'm missing something, Gaplus exceeds Galaga by every metric. So what's the deal? I will say that Gaplus can be cryptic... In Galaga it's pretty straightforward how to get the double-ship. You allow yourself to be captured, sacrifice a life, then retrieve the stolen ship. Not too complicated. In Gaplus you can get the "Hypership", the upside down U shaped ship seen on the title screen, allegedly by shooting the shooting star (literally a yellow star that appears and shoots at you) multiple times. However, I've tried this again and again and again, and every time the shooting star simply disappears after a number of shots. I've managed to shoot it 5 times or so and I never got the Hypership. Apparently there is a way to cheat. "At the start of the first stage, the player must move the ship up the screen until it stops and just let it sit there without shooting anything until all forty-three of the aliens have taken their place in the formation. After the shooting star appears, the player must shoot the second Zako from the left in the bottom row of the formation without hitting any other enemies. A Rally-X Special Flag will then appear, and when the King flies down, the player must crash into him (but not the "blaster head" that he is yielding) and your regular ship will turn into a "Hypership" that can fire three shots on the screen at a time instead of just two. However, if you fail to do this correctly, you will not have any other chances to do this in the game. Firing enough shots on the shooting star that appears if you don't shoot any enemies on the first stage is rumored to also grant the hypership." This does indeed work. But it seems like a cheap trick. So far that's my only complaint with Gaplus. The title screen teases that you can get this cool mysterious ship, but I can't imagine ever figuring out how to get it if I couldn't look it up. It doesn't seem like something someone could ever stumble upon. Most websites simply say that shooting the shooting star can grant the Hypership, but if that's true, I can't figure out how to do it. Pardon the long post. Too long didn't read: 1.) Why isn't Gaplus more popular? Why does Gaplus seem to be the black sheep of the Galaxian/Galaga/Gaplus trilogy? 2.) How the heck are you actually supposed to get the Hypership?
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