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NarrowChaser

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This game is a very simple shooting game for WindowsCE, in which you shoot guided bullets while dodging enemy bullets within the time limit.
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Description

This game is a very simple shooting game for WindowsCE, in which you shoot guided bullets while dodging enemy bullets within the time limit.

·Method of operation
When started, the title screen will be displayed. Tap the screen here to start the game. (The background is not displayed at normal game start, but you can turn on/off the background display during the game by tapping the number displayed at the bottom left of the title screen.)

You can control your own machine by moving the cursor up, down, left, or right. Guided bullets are fired automatically and cannot be controlled by yourself.
When your ship and enemy bullets collide, the remaining time displayed at the bottom right of the screen will decrease by 100 (10 seconds), and when the remaining time runs out, the game is over.

Tags

ArcadeOpen Sourcegamingshooting

   
License Open Source
The program is open source, free and the source code is available on-line.
   
Website http://urano.sakura.ne.jp/tool/sblt/
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Popularity 1721
Total Downloads  12
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 30 September 2022

Comments

torch 16 January 2023 at 6:21:39 AM
Added compiled beta builds for:
CE2.0 - MIPS/SH3
CE2.11- SH4
CE3.0 - X86

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