Not emulated in MAME Coin-Operated Arcade Video Game
Henry Explorers © 1995 Konami.
One, two or three players simultaneous travel through levels on tracks in a similar way to "Virtua Cop
". At certain points on each level the players choose their path by selecting to go one of two different ways. This helps to keep the game varied for each time played. The opening screen allows one to select the order in which the six levels are played. There are three areas (besides the boss area) per level. At the end of each area, Galazon lets you choose two chained doors, shooting which will take you to the next area. At the end of each level, the player encounters a large boss monster - each guarding the Eyes of Guidance to defeat in order to progress. Such bosses include Medusa, a large Pharaoh's head, a flying Sphinx, a Hindu God statue, a giant fire-breathing winged-rock monster and a Hydra. As well as being armed with a shotgun, the player can temporally upgrade their weapon by finding concealed more powerful guns such as a gatling gun, grenade launcher, and even an Automatic hidden behind breakable objects. In the console versions, for each life the player has three bombs which can destroy all enemies on screen. There is also a bonus where a player receives a maximum of nine lives and bombs.