Arcade Longplay [469] Gyruss -

Arcade Longplay [469] Gyruss

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The game is endless, so i kill myself eventually! –
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  1. Meu jogo preferido. Obrigado pela lembrança

  2. My favourite game ever. I was 11 when I first played it. So many good memories.

  3. Hola una consulta .sabes dobde puedo descargar este juego para pc .gracias . Muy buen desempeño felicitaciones

  4. How did you get 6500 on stage 1!?! I've had amazing runs and I've only ever gotten around 1900

  5. I remember hanging out at the arcade and watch others play and compete I feel like a pioneer. Miss the 80s in NYC.

  6. I think I put in at least $200 in coins on this game back in the day.

  7. You do not play the end part? what is wrong with you? lol

  8. I love the NES version better because of boss fights and upgrade weapons

  9. This was MY arcade game as a kid. While everyone else was trying to master Defender, I was trying to master Gyruss. My wrist hurts just from watching this.

  10. You really have to play this game on a cabinet to get the full experience with the music. Its incredible. The cabinet surrounds you with the soundtrack that really boosts your adrenaline. I love it.

  11. 2,300,000 pts my record in 1987!!! And…how many coins put in!!!!!

  12. sad that it doesn't continue going to the sun.

  13. I still play this at Arcade club Manchester,bit rusty now though been a 52 year old fat bloke.

  14. It would have been so cool to be the organist who the makers of this listened to. To have your interpretation for ever in a game is so cool.

  15. They used to have this as an arcade in my soccer club when I was young, I was hooked, got a MSX2 computer.

  16. I was addicted to this game in my late teens. This brings back some very good memories

  17. my top arcade games 1 gyruss 2 astro blaster 3 karate champ 4 yie ar kung fu 5 double dragon

  18. This game is what the love child of Galaga and Tempest would look like…

  19. God, they attempted 3d with 2d sprites. It's gorgeous! Way to go, Konami!

  20. trivia:what two planets are missing in the game


  22. Takes me back to being in school and going out at dinner time to the local swimming baths and playing this ,absolutely addicted I was and when you got the highest score and you put your name up and then check it everytime to see if anyone had beat it. Ah the memories. 👍😂

  23. Perfect play! I played it original in the 80s, and even at my Atari homecomputer I never made it to earth. Finally I know it really exists. Thanks for sharing!


  25. This game absolutely amazed when I was a kid. The graphics and music was just out of this world.

  26. It felt like high-pressure 3D space invaders! With excellent music, of course!

  27. sorry guys, i use to wire all your games 1981, take the rivet out where you put your coin in, then feed number 6 wire into the hole where i pulled out the rivet, 99 credits every time

  28. Quite a feat for the time! For a game from 1983 it has held up with age! Amazing graphics and ESPECIALLY amazing music.

  29. Hm and the Makers was were ahead in time no Pluto but Pluto was in this Time in our sun system

  30. Back when a roll of quarters could buy something good

  31. The entire solar system is being attacked by the vicious Gyrusians, and it's up to you to save the day! You will need to fly your spaceship to each of the nine planets and then clear three stages of enemies to rid that planet of the Gyrusians. You start the game with a single cannon, but can gain a double cannon after shooting a power up satellite. After clearing each planet, there is another bonus stage where additional weapons and bonus points can be collected. Gyruss is an arcade action shooter, however instead of piloting your spaceship horizontally or vertically, you move in a circle around the perimeter of the screen. The NES version of Gyruss adds to the original arcade version additional music, additional weapons, new enemies, and a large boss at the end of each level. Gyruss was remade for the Family Computer Disk System in Japan, and later the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America, released by Konami's subsidiary Ultra Games. These versions include several major revisions.

    The player can use a super phaser attack in addition to the normal guns, which cost energy
    There are additional enemies, including boss fights when the player reaches each planet
    Bonus stages after each planet's boss is defeated, for a chance to gain additional powerups
    There is a definite ending to the game. In the NES version, it's a brief text about the Universe being at peace. In the FDS version, there is a full ending sequence with credits.
    In addition to the satellites providing the usual double guns and bonus points, they can also provide extra phasers, a smart bomb, and even an extra life
    Instead of the arcade's 24 stages, there are 39, including Venus, Mercury, and the Sun.
    The player can enter the Konami code at the title screen for extra lives, but it must be entered in reverse (A-B-A-B-right-left-right-left-down-down-up-up).

  32. Can't beat a bit of 8 bit stereo!

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