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NAMCO Museum Archives Volume 1 (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

With a compilation of Namco's greatest hits and long-lost gems in Namco Museum Archives Volume 1, take a walk down memory lane and remember the wonderful times of the 8-Bit era.

Included in Namco Museum Archives Volume 1 PC are:

 

Galaxian: Galaxian is a fixed-gun shooter with a space theme. The goal is to eliminate all of the aliens in each round while piloting the "Galaxip," a spacecraft. With two escorting ships known as the "Galaxian Flagship" or the "Galboss," the enemies make their appearance in formation toward the top of the screen. In an effort to hit the player, enemies will divebomb toward the bottom of the screen while firing projectiles. Due to hardware restrictions, the Galaxip can only fire one shot at a time, and the player must wait for it to hit an enemy or the top of the screen to fire again.

 

Xevious: A vertically scrolling shooter is called Xevious. To stop the Xevious troops attempting to conquer Earth, the player pilots the Solvalou, a flying attack craft. The Solvalou has two weapons: a blaster for bombing ground structures and vehicles and a zapper for shooting projectiles at airborne foes. Where the bombs will land is indicated by a reticle in front of the ship.

 

The game's 16 interconnected zones all lead back to the first after being finished. The new game begins when a player dies roughly 70% of the way through. With features like forests, highways, rivers, and mechanical constructions, areas are geographically different. On the ground in some places exist Nazca lines, some of which are in the form of a "condor."

 

Mappy: In order to recover stolen items like the Mona Lisa or a TV, the player directs Mappy, the police mouse, around the Meowkies' mansion (known as Mewkies in Japan). Mappy is moved with a left-right joystick, and doors are opened by pressing a single button. The stolen goods are hidden among the mansion's six flights of hallways (four or five in some other variations). Mappy and the kitties use trampolines throughout the house to jump between levels.

 

Dig Dug is a maze-based video game. To defeat the opponents on each screen, which include Fygars, fire-breathing green dragons, and Pookas, red creatures with absurdly big goggles, the player controls protagonist Dig Dug (Taizo Hori). Dig Dug can crush them under huge falling rocks or use an air pump to blow them up to bursting.

 

The Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk, an anime series created by the Japanese studio Gonzo, debuted on April 4, 2008, and is set some 80 years after the events of the first game. The Tower of Druaga: The Sword of Uruk, which debuted on January 8, 2009, was the follow-up series.

 

Sky Kid is also the first Namco game to support simultaneous play for two players. The game was subsequently released on the Famicom (brought to the American NES by Sunsoft). This version for the Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii U, as well as the original arcade version for the Wii, were later made available on Nintendo's Virtual Console service, as well as for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 as a part of Hamster's Arcade Archives line of digital releases.

 

Platform action role-playing Dungeon crawler Dragon Busterwas created by Namco and published in 1984. It utilises hardware from Namco Pac-Land that has been altered to accommodate vertical scrolling.

 

Dragon Spirit: The New Legend: The gameplay of the vertical shooter Dragon Spirit: The New Legend is comparable to those of Tiger-Heli, 1942 and 1943. The dragon that the player controls must shoot fireballs at different foes. The golden dragon game (easy difficulty level) and the blue dragon game are the two types of games available (average difficulty level). As the player advances through the levels, a story is revealed.

 

Wanpaku Graffiti is a satire of the arcade game Splatterhouse, which inspired it. It adopts a comedic tone in its presentation by using "super deformed" characters, parodying horror films, and working in various pop-culture allusions to the genre. 

 

 Pac-Man Championship Edition is an Xbox 360 maze video game that Namco Bandai Games created and released in 2007. Later, it was released as a PSP mini title on the PlayStation Store for a number of different platforms, including iOS, Android, the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable.

Other details

  • Release date
    2020-06-17
  • Publishers
    BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment
  • Developers
    M2 Co.
    LTD
  • Age rating
Languages
English
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Instant delivery
Digital key
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Product description

NAMCO Museum Archives Volume 1 (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

With a compilation of Namco's greatest hits and long-lost gems in Namco Museum Archives Volume 1, take a walk down memory lane and remember the wonderful times of the 8-Bit era.

Included in Namco Museum Archives Volume 1 PC are:

 

Galaxian: Galaxian is a fixed-gun shooter with a space theme. The goal is to eliminate all of the aliens in each round while piloting the "Galaxip," a spacecraft. With two escorting ships known as the "Galaxian Flagship" or the "Galboss," the enemies make their appearance in formation toward the top of the screen. In an effort to hit the player, enemies will divebomb toward the bottom of the screen while firing projectiles. Due to hardware restrictions, the Galaxip can only fire one shot at a time, and the player must wait for it to hit an enemy or the top of the screen to fire again.

 

Xevious: A vertically scrolling shooter is called Xevious. To stop the Xevious troops attempting to conquer Earth, the player pilots the Solvalou, a flying attack craft. The Solvalou has two weapons: a blaster for bombing ground structures and vehicles and a zapper for shooting projectiles at airborne foes. Where the bombs will land is indicated by a reticle in front of the ship.

 

The game's 16 interconnected zones all lead back to the first after being finished. The new game begins when a player dies roughly 70% of the way through. With features like forests, highways, rivers, and mechanical constructions, areas are geographically different. On the ground in some places exist Nazca lines, some of which are in the form of a "condor."

 

Mappy: In order to recover stolen items like the Mona Lisa or a TV, the player directs Mappy, the police mouse, around the Meowkies' mansion (known as Mewkies in Japan). Mappy is moved with a left-right joystick, and doors are opened by pressing a single button. The stolen goods are hidden among the mansion's six flights of hallways (four or five in some other variations). Mappy and the kitties use trampolines throughout the house to jump between levels.

 

Dig Dug is a maze-based video game. To defeat the opponents on each screen, which include Fygars, fire-breathing green dragons, and Pookas, red creatures with absurdly big goggles, the player controls protagonist Dig Dug (Taizo Hori). Dig Dug can crush them under huge falling rocks or use an air pump to blow them up to bursting.

 

The Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk, an anime series created by the Japanese studio Gonzo, debuted on April 4, 2008, and is set some 80 years after the events of the first game. The Tower of Druaga: The Sword of Uruk, which debuted on January 8, 2009, was the follow-up series.

 

Sky Kid is also the first Namco game to support simultaneous play for two players. The game was subsequently released on the Famicom (brought to the American NES by Sunsoft). This version for the Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii U, as well as the original arcade version for the Wii, were later made available on Nintendo's Virtual Console service, as well as for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 as a part of Hamster's Arcade Archives line of digital releases.

 

Platform action role-playing Dungeon crawler Dragon Busterwas created by Namco and published in 1984. It utilises hardware from Namco Pac-Land that has been altered to accommodate vertical scrolling.

 

Dragon Spirit: The New Legend: The gameplay of the vertical shooter Dragon Spirit: The New Legend is comparable to those of Tiger-Heli, 1942 and 1943. The dragon that the player controls must shoot fireballs at different foes. The golden dragon game (easy difficulty level) and the blue dragon game are the two types of games available (average difficulty level). As the player advances through the levels, a story is revealed.

 

Wanpaku Graffiti is a satire of the arcade game Splatterhouse, which inspired it. It adopts a comedic tone in its presentation by using "super deformed" characters, parodying horror films, and working in various pop-culture allusions to the genre. 

 

 Pac-Man Championship Edition is an Xbox 360 maze video game that Namco Bandai Games created and released in 2007. Later, it was released as a PSP mini title on the PlayStation Store for a number of different platforms, including iOS, Android, the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable.

Other details

Languages
English
  • Release date
    2020-06-17
  • Publishers
    BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment
  • Developers
    M2 Co.
    LTD
  • Age rating
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