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The Valley of Euthanasie

Freeware
This program is a vertical scrolling shooting game in which you maneuver your own ship to dodge obstacles and destroy mysterious equipment that attacks you with a machine gun while moving forward.
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Description

The Valley of 'euthanasie'

This program is a vertical scrolling shooting game in which you maneuver your own ship to dodge obstacles and destroy mysterious equipment that attacks you with a machine gun while moving forward.

· About the background world
During a test flight of a new jet aircraft, it became uncontrollable due to unexplained trouble.
The place where it is said that "if you get lost, you won't get out alive", it was a famous suicide spot for those who wanted to die without being found.
"Trees and rocks wherever you look." Moreover, the sunlight does not reach the bottom of the valley, so it is eerily dim. If you move poorly, you will definitely get lost. It's impossible to walk home.
"The aircraft won't fly properly, but if it's just a matter of escaping from here, we might be able to do something about it." Let's take off for now.
"Hey, it was fine until he jumped up..."

·Method of operation
"This game has a stylus operation mode and a key operation mode." To switch modes, press the right cursor on the title screen to switch to stylus mode, and press the left to switch to key operation mode.
When started, the title screen will be displayed. How to start the game is different for each mode, so please refer to the explanation for each operation mode.

To exit the program, tap the "x" in the upper right corner of the title screen.


·Stylus operation mode

The game starts when you tap the screen when the title is displayed.
Your machine will move left and right to track where the stylus is pressed.
You can also control the speed by adjusting the stylus to the front and back of your aircraft.
The machine gun fire toggles each time the stylus touches the screen.

·Key operation mode

The game starts when you press the action button or return key when the title is displayed.
Your ship moves left and right with the cursor left and right. Up and down speed control.
Machine gun firing toggles each time you press the action button or return key.
(On H/PC, the shift key can also be used to fire the machine gun.)

When your ship comes into contact with terrain, enemies, enemy bullets, or meteorites, it will explode and your stock will decrease by one.
It's game over when you run out of lives.

"If you want to stop the game, tap the "x" at the top right of the screen."


·About ranking

The score and date displayed on the title screen are recorded in the file 'TVE_rank' in the 'My Documents' folder.
Delete this file if you want to initialize the recording or if you want to uninstall.

Installation Instructions

Screen Resolution 240x210
tve_ARM.LZH(24Kbyte) for StrongARM
tve_MIPS.LZH for MIPS (24Kbyte)
Screen Resolution 480x420
TVE_sig3.lzh

Also, in this program, "Excel" was used to place the terrain, rocks, and batteries.
The data and the converter for importing it into the program are also attached below.

Terrain data and converter tve_map.lzh(22Kbyte)

Tags

GameOpen Source

   
License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
Website http://urano.sakura.ne.jp/tool/sblt/
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Popularity 2055
Total Downloads  0
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 30 September 2022

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