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Hyper Dyne Side Arms

Hyper Dyne Side Arms

Details: Arcade game
Descr: Hyper Dyne Side Arms is a 1986 side-scrolling shoot-'em-up arcade game developed by Capcom. The player takes control of a flying mecha suit who must battle an alien army. Side Arms uses a two-directional attacking system similar to Capcom's previous shoot-'em-up Section Z. Wikipedia
Initial Release Date: December 1986
Modes: Up to two players, simultaneously
Developer: Capcom
Genre: Scrolling shooter
Platforms: TurboGrafx-16, Arcade game, Commodore 64, DOS, MORE
Designers: Yoshiki Okamoto, Noritaka Funamizu

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