Space Invaders 90
From Sega Retro
|Space Invaders 90|
|System(s): Sega Mega Drive|
|Number of players: 1|
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Space Invaders 90 keeps the formula seen in the original game mostly in-tact, however instead of having four static shields it gives the player's ship extra hit points. The graphics have been improved and music has been added. Later levels in the game also introduce new enemies with different movement patterns. and shoot.
|Language||Localised Name||English Translation|
|English (US)||Space Invaders '91||Space Invaders '91|
|Japanese||スペースインベーダー９０||Space Invaders 90|
|Portuguese (Brazil)||Space Invaders||Space Invaders|
Due to the delay in bringing the game to North America, the game was retitled Space Invaders '91 for this region. In Brazil, the wait was even longer, so the game was simply labeled Space Invaders when it reached Brazilian shores. The game was not released in Europe.
- Art Design: Yoshihiko Wakita, Keishi Itoh, Toru Kawaishi
- Character Design: Yoshihiko Wakita
- Program: Hideaki Tomioka
- Game Design: Yoshiharu Satou
- Special Thanks: The Other People
Exactly who "The Other People" are is unknown, however Noriyuki Iwadare of Cube created the sound driver (his standard "Cube/Noriyuki Iwadare" driver used in several other games, and in fact, this is the first game to use said driver).
- Main article: Space Invaders 90/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average|
| Based on|
|Space Invaders games for Sega systems|
|Space Invaders (1985) | Space Invaders '90 (1990) | Super Space Invaders (1991) | Space Invaders (1996)|
|Space Invaders (Dreamcast) (unreleased)|
|Space Invaders VIC Dual Clones|
|Alpha Fighter (19??) | Invinco (1979) | Space Attack (1979) | Super Space Attack (1979)|