1943: The Battle of Midwaya game by Capcom
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This game is a continuation of famous "1942" scroll shooter by Capcom. It was published for NES in 1987 and has 16 levels with own "bosses" on each. Your plane is still the same, Lockheed P-38 prototype struggling against Japanese fighters and bombers. In clouds or above the sea you have to shoot all the enemies and collect all the bonuses. Unlike it's ancestor, "1942", this game offers you only one life and energy meter. You also can upgrade your weapons by picking up power-ups.
Try to kill all the enemy planes prior to defeating the "level boss", it can give you an opportunity to start the level from the very beginning and gain even more points. The bosses are: Cruiser Rikaku, Aircraft Carrier Kaku 1, Ayako 1 the Mothership, Kakushi the Battleship, Aircraft Carrier Kyoshu, Bomber Armada Ganryo, Choko 1 the Battleship, Aircraft Carrier Roshuku, Ayako 2 the Mothership, Kayu the Battleship, Bomber Armada Bunshu, Chojin 1 the Battleship, Aircraft Carrier Riju, Ayako 3 the Mothership, Ryofu 1 the Battleship, Fake Totaku the Battleship, Aircraft Carrier Kaku 2, Ayako 4 the Mothership, Choko 2 the Battleship, Ayako 5 the Mothership, Chojin 2 the Battleship, Ryofu 2 the Battleship, Mothership Armada of 3 Ayakoes and The Real Totaku followed by naval armada.
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This video game is the sequel to 1942, only here the intense battle takes place just off the coast of Midway islands.
The updates are: an energy bar (it can be run down by using a special weapon or else being hit from incoming fire). It can be refilled by picking up power-ups, whilst such special weapons as lightning, cyclones and waves can destroy all fighters on the screen at the time. Also, unlike 1942, the player has only one life. What can reduce the energy: getting hit by enemy fire (minor loss), getting rammed by enemy planes, the larger the plane the worse (major loss, often fatal), time, grabbing a special weapon power-up and using special attacks (lightning, tsunami, cyclone).