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Space Megaforce ROM

Space Megaforce rom

The Space Megaforce 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

Space Megaforce, known in Japan and Europe as Super Aleste is a vertically scrolling shoot ’em up video game developed by Compile. It was published by Toho in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as part of the Aleste series. In a traditional fashion, the player pilots a spaceship through a variety of locales crawling with enemy squadrons to shoot down, though the story in the Japanese version is different from the American and European one.

Additional Information

The story differs slightly depending on which version is played, though the opening premise is always the same. In the year 2048, a large mechanical sphere falls from space and starts attacking major cities around the world. After much destruction, the sphere hovers over the jungles of South America, drawing lines into the ground similar to the Nazca Line drawings as it expands itself and draws energy from the jungle foliage. Equipped with its own defense system, The Sphere destroys all attacks made on it by Earth’s military.

The original Aleste fighter ship’s failure to stop the sphere’s growth prompts the construction of a space fighter capable of wielding amazing weaponry, that fighter being the Super Aleste. Tasked with flying into and destroying the sphere, the Super Aleste must also destroy any reinforcements the sphere calls for which come from the deepest depths of space. There are eight types of weapons to use, and each can be powered up by collecting chips (small egg-shaped items). Picking up chips causes the player’s current weapon to level-up, to a maximum of six.

There are two types of chips to find; Orange chips contribute to a level-up, but at higher levels, more chips are required to reach the next level. Green chips make the weapon level up instantly. Each weapon has a function that can be manipulated with the Shot-Control button, changing around the weapon’s abilities to suit different situations. Switching to another weapon is done by picking up a numbered item, with initials representing one of the eight weapons.

File Name

Space Megaforce

Cart Size

555KB

Region

USA

Version

1.0

Developer

Compile

Genre

Vertically scrolling shooter

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

April 28, 1992

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List of Game Genie Codes for Space Megaforce

  1. Start With 0 Bombs Instead Of 3
    DDC9-DD06
  2. Start With 7 Bombs
    D5C9-DD06
  3. Start With 10 Bombs
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  4. Start With 25 Bombs
    49C9-DD06
  5. Start With 50 Bombs
    9DC9-DD06
  6. Start With 99 Bombs
    BBC9-DD06
  7. Infinite Bombs
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  8. Start With 2 Ships
    DFBE-A4A8
  9. Start With 8 Ships
    D5BE-A4A8
  10. Start With 11 Ships
    FDBE-A4A8
  11. Start With 26 Ships
    49BE-A4A8
  12. Start With 51 Ships
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  13. Start With 76 Ships
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  14. Start With 100 Ships
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  15. Infinite Ships
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  16. Each Bomb Capsule Worth 0
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  17. Each Bomb Capsule Worth 2
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  18. Each Bomb Capsule Worth 4
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  19. Each Bomb Capsule Worth 6
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  20. Protection Against Enemy Hits, And Weapon Level Goes To 2 When Hit
    CB68-D4AC
    D168-D7DC
  21. Protection Against Enemy Hits, And Weapon Level Goes To 6 When Hit
    CB68-D4AC
    D168-D7DC
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  22. Start In Area 2
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  23. Start In Area 3
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  24. Start In Area 4
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  25. Start In Area 5
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  26. Start In Area 6
    CB6A-0D0D
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  27. Start In Area 7
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  28. Start In Area 8
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  29. Start In Area 9
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  30. Start In Area 10
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  31. Start In Area 11
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  32. Start In Area 12
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  33. All Weapon Capsules Give You Weapon Type 1
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  34. All Weapon Capsules Give You Weapon Type 2
    CBC4-0F06
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  35. All Weapon Capsules Give You Weapon Type 3
    CBC4-0F06
    D4C4-0F66
  36. All Weapon Capsules Give You Weapon Type 4
    CBC4-0F06
    D7C4-0F66
  37. All Weapon Capsules Give You Weapon Type 5
    CBC4-0F06
    D0C4-0F66
  38. All Weapon Capsules Give You Weapon Type 6
    CBC4-0F06
    D9C4-0F66
  39. Power Shots (Weapon Type 6) Last Until You Pick Up Another Weapon Or Get Hit
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