a game by Human Entertainment
The Fate of the World is in Your Cyborg Hands
A hundred years in the future, the evil empire of the planet Xias has dispatched an armada of androids and blown Earth's defenses to smithereens.
Now you must face these alien invaders single-handed.
You are Bari-Arm, a living Cyborg warrior armed with intense new weaponry.
You blast through enemy lines as a small, agile attack craft or collect power-ups to transform yourself into a rampaging Cyborg armed with awesome firepower.
And with a huge and dangerous array of enemies spread out across the vast reaches of space, you're gonna need all the firepower you can get!
The Terrihie Tools of Techno-War
Weapons appear as floating modules throughout the game.
Pick one up, and you automatically change weapons.
Depending on how long you let your energy recharge, each weapon unleashes varying amounts of destruction, and each has its own unique advantages in combat.
The modules are color coded, so assess the abilities of a weapon in a situation before picking it up.
Thunder Cracker (Orange Module)
A low-energy attach sends out a stream el fire balls, while a high-energy blast melts almost everything in sight in an expanding forward arc.
Burning Wave (Green Module)
Devastating in conventional, horizontal combat.
The high-energy beam of this weapon destroys everything in its narrow path instantly.
The Burning Wave is very powerful, but it's limited in its overall attach pattern.
Chase Cannon (Red Module)
At lull power, this weapon emits a pulse snahe that seehs out every enemy onscreen.
In rapid-fire, low-energy mode, a flurry of homing missiles seehs out nearby opponents.
Satellite Bombs (Blue Module)
At full charge, this weapon shoots missiles in a 360-degree pattern.
In rapid-fire mode, horizontal missiles fire right and left.
These are great in vertical combat.
Sega CD owners who've been itching for a fast and furious Shooter better limber up their trigger fingers, 'cuz Android Assault from Big Fun is bringing adrenaline-drenched arcade action to your living room.
This monster-size serving of outer-space action is packed with so much arcade-style graphics and equality sound, it could come home only on the Sega CD.
If you're up to blasting your way across seven massive stages, each filled with fast-flying enemies and butt-kicking Cyborg bosses, read on.
2017-07-27 Android Assault game added.