Curse

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Description: 

Curse is a 1989 Japanese shoot 'em up Sega Mega Drive game developed by Micronet. It was a sideways scrolling shoot 'em up spread across five levels. Although an American release was planned, it was never officially released outside of Japan.

Curse was similar to many other sideways scrollers, most notably R-Type. Various power-ups could be collected to boost weapons and speed. The object of the game is to shoot all other enemies that appear on screen and avoid crashing into bullets, enemies, or foreground scenery. There are end-of-level boss enemies that stay with the player until they are defeated. The game utilized parallax scrolling through most of the game, however, the graphics were not considered as anything special by the reviewers of the time. The game's audio received better reviews at the time, and a sound test was available by holding down buttons A and Start on the title screen. Various other options were available here for adjusting the game difficulty and other standard features.

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Platform: 
SEGA Genesis
Genre: 
Action
Game year: 
1989
Publisher: 
Micronet Co. Ltd.
Developed by: 
Micronics
Curse - Cover Art Sega Genesis
Also known as: 
"カース" -- Japanese spelling

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