- Following Galaga, a new extraterrestrial lifeform, the ETI-2 (Next Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence), is discovered. These lifeforms created bases within the United Galaxy star systems, and quickly began occupation of their surrounding territories. In accordance to negotiation protocols, the United Galaxy tried to initiate friendly contact with these lifeforms, followed by a warning, and finally intimidation, to all being replied with force. The UGSF completes their analysis of the enemy force, and codenames them “Bosconian.” With the analysis complete, the UGSF moves to deploy their means in facing the Bosconians, the “Blaster” spacefighter.
- Within the same year, the Bosconians abandons and retreats from their bases within the UGSF star systems. These abandoned bases are claimed by the UGSF, and through research of these facilities, the UGSF gains further information regarding the Bosconians. Not making waste of these bases, the UGSF incorporates them for their use.
Year of Release: 1981
A space shooter that challenged players to go on a mission in space to find and destroy enemy bases. Using the game radar, the player controls a spacefighter which could move in 8 directions, so as to find and attack enemy bases with its missiles. The realistic enemy base graphics, condition indicator, synthesized audio announcements, and more, brought about a sci-fi ambiance to the game. The game also garnered attention with the poster art which was designed by the popular illustrator, Shusei Nagaoka.