大旋風 © 1990 NEC Avenue, Limited.
Dai Senpuu is a vertical shooter, conversion of Toaplan/Taito's arcade game originally released back in 1989. The player controls a World War II fighter plane and must fly deep into enemy lines and destroy formations of tanks and other warships. Small trucks sometimes appear and release bonuses when shot: P (power ups), H (extra bomb) or flashing planes (extra life). A group of six planes can also be called to fly next to our fighter and shoot anything in sight. Pressing the bomb button twice drop a powerful bomb that cleans up a fair amount of the screen. Finally, Dai Sen Puu offers an unusual feature : levels do not pause between them and uncover instead a continuous flow of undisturbed shooting action.
Game ID: NAPH-1014
Dai Sen Puu for PC-Engine was released on December 19, 1990 in Japan for 7200 Yen.
The original arcade game "Dai Senpuu" came out in Japan in 1989. The original arcade game had a long vertically oriented display and an option for a two-player mode in which both players take turns playing the single-player game. The difficulty level was also way too high and was certainly designed to eat up all your cherished pocket money...
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Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com