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AUTHOR: Sanritsu Denki Co. RELEASE: 1988 TYP: Action SPIELER: 1 LEVEL: 5 SPRACHE: Englisch Partnumber: MK-27006-50 EAN: 4974365636265 WERT: 30 Euro

Wer hat eine Geschwindigkeit von Mach 6, Helabad-Waffen und eine Vorliebe für die Vernichtung von Gegnern in Panzern? Sie verfügen darüber. Starten Sie mit Zwei-Mega-Feuerkraft im ruppigsten Jagdbomberspiel, das es je gab.

Who has mach-6 speed, helabad weapons, and a love for wastin' dweebs in tanks? You do. It's the gnarliest fighter-bomber game ever. So hot it feels like a coin-op. Why? Two-mega power means we cram a lot more game in the cartridge. So you get more action for your money.






Stage Select
At the title screen hold Up/Left and Buttons 1 and 2 on Control Pad 2 and then press Button 1 on Control Pad 1 twice. The stage selection screen will then appear.


I enjoy games with depth and intricate strategy, but sometimes I just want to blow expletive up. Bomber Raid gives Master System fans the destruction they crave. This vertical shooter puts you in a WWII bomber against plane squadrons, tanks, destroyers, and submarines that actually submerge. The vibrant graphics are extremely easy on the eyes with bright orange beaches, deep green foliage, and inviting blue waters. The action begins with a nice cut-scene of your plane taking off as your crew waves you on. Once in the air you can fire your cannon rapidly, but alas, there's no rapid-fire option. That said, I felt lucky as hell to own a rapid fire attachment (bump up the grade by a letter if you own one). The second button is used to unleash cluster bombs. Bomber Raid's gameplay is simple and fun as you blast targets over jungle, desert, and sea locations. The looping enemy planes and huge destroyers look great, but what in the heck are those rotating flying square things supposed to be? Keep moving when tanks or cannons are in the vicinity, because their turrets are always trained on you. Bomber Raid's power-up system is bizarre. The icons appear almost constantly! Most reveal either a weapon boost (P) or speed increase (S). At first the weapon icons cause your narrow missiles to become longer, which frankly doesn't make much of a difference. After collecting a few more your shots become wider, and eventually you're firing large circles. Enjoy it while it lasts, because losing a plane puts you all the way back at square one. The speed power-ups are helpful at first, but eventually your plane becomes hard to control, at which point you'll want to avoid them like the plague. On rare occasions you'll encounter a special power-up which adds an escort plane (or two) by your side. These escorts would be great if they didn't tend to fire sideways and backwards! WTF? Also annoying is the monotonous, happy-go-lucky music. Your high score is displayed at the end of each game, egging you on to try again. Bomber Raid could have been better designed, but at least its heart is in the right place. - www.Videogamecritic.com

Bomber Raid is a vertical shoot em up. The idea of the game is to destroy the main target and take down as many baddies while on your way. 5 missions may not seem much but they're a challenge. The game is simple to play, just press the fire button to shoot your main guns. There are some power ups to be had which are dropped as letters 'P' for a stronger main gun a 'S' for extra speed and a number of 1 or 2 which brings along an extra squdron plane or 2 when you shoot the numbers again this refroms your squadron. Button drops a big bomb which is handy to help weaken the mid and end of level bosses. The game can be made a lot easier if you use a rapid fire unit. […] There are some ace shoot-em-ups on the Master System and this sits in the middle of them. If the power-ups were a bit better then maybe this might have made it more fun to play but it is not a bad game. - www.smstributes.co.uk

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