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Earth Defense Force ROM

Earth Defense Force rom

The Earth Defense Force ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.

About

Earth Defense Force is a 1991 horizontal scrolling shooter video game developed and published by Jaleco. Originally an arcade game, the game was later released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as Super Earth Defense Force, dropping the two-player cooperative gaming mode while adding graphics and selectable weapons. The SNES version was released in Japan on October 25, 1991, and in North America in January 1992. The SNES version was eventually released on the Wii Virtual Console in Europe on October 29, 2010, in Japan on January 11, 2011, and in North America on July 14, 2011.

Additional Information

The Azyma Empire has established headquarters on the dark side of the Moon. After attacking the Earth, it is revealed they have a secret weapon being developed on the Moon, one capable of destroying all life on Earth. The E.D.F. is ordered to send their XA-1 fighters in to drive out the invaders and destroy their ultimate weapon. Released as a horizontal shooter game in the US in 1991, the object of Earth Defense Force is based on survival of the game’s levels, punctuated by the defeat of bosses at the end of each one.

It is a fixed-length game, with a proper ending at the completion of the last level. The player normally begins each level with three “shield” points, each able to absorb one enemy attack. The shield points are represented in the upper right corner by green squares under the heading “Shield”. Additional shield points can be earned once a predetermined game score is reached. Up to five shield points are represented on screen. However, a player can acquire more than five shield points, but they cannot be seen.

This is extremely rare though, due to the difficulty of the game and the score intervals at which additional shield points are acquired. Loss of all shields results in the loss of one of three credits, or continues, and loss of all continues results in the player seeing the game over screen. The game uses a unique leveling system, in which the player gains experience from defeated enemies to gain newer, more powerful versions of the weapons the player has access to.

File Name

Earth Defense Force

Cart Size

521KB

Region

USA

Version

1.0

Developer

Jaleco

Genre

Horizontally scrolling shooter

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

October 25, 1991

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List of Game Genie Codes for Earth Defense Force

  1. Start At Stage 2
    DF37-DDDD
    CB34-D7AD
    DD37-DD0D
  2. Start At Stage 3
    D437-DDDD
    CB34-D7AD
    DD37-DD0D
  3. Start At Stage 4
    D737-DDDD
    CB34-D7AD
    DD37-DD0D
  4. Start At Stage 5
    D037-DDDD
    CB34-D7AD
    DD37-DD0D
  5. Start At Stage 6
    D937-DDDD
    CB34-D7AD
    DD37-DD0D
  6. Start With 4 Shields
    7123-A4A7
    3D23-A7D7
  7. Start With 5 Shields
    2B23-A4A7
    B823-A7D7
  8. Infinite Shields
    C263-6FAF
  9. Start At Experience Level 2
    D42E-A7A7
  10. Start At Experience Level 3
    D72E-A7A7
  11. Start At Experience Level 4
    D02E-A7A7
  12. Start At Experience Level 5
    D92E-A7A7
  13. Advancing Experience Levels Is Easier
    4D21-6F0F
  14. Advancing Experience Levels Is Much Easier
    DA21-6F0F
  15. 2 Credits
    DF2E-AF67
    CB2E-AF07
    DD2E-AFA7
  16. 3 Credits
    D42E-AF67
    CB2E-AF07
    DD2E-AFA7
  17. 6 Credits
    D92E-AF67
    CB2E-AF07
    DD2E-AFA7
  18. 8 Credits
    D52E-AF67
    CB2E-AF07
    DD2E-AFA7
  19. 10 Credits
    DB2E-AF67
    CB2E-AF07
    DD2E-AFA7
  20. 1 Credit
    DD2E-AF67
    CB2E-AF07
    DD2E-AFA7
  21. Infinite Credits
    C268-A491
  22. Keep Current Score When Game Is Continued
    C223-AFD7
    C223-AFA7