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Play retro game Robo Aleste on your browser free Robo Aleste, released in Japan as Dennin Aleste, is a 1992 vertically scrolling shooter video game developed and published by Compile for the Sega CD. Tengen and Sega released the English version of the game overseas in 1993. It is the Sega Genesis sequel to MUSHA.
Robo Aleste follows the traditional vertical scrolling shooter style, with the player flying forward and enemies coming from the front, sides, and back. Each level has a boss that the player must defeat in order to progress.Each boss is one of the enemy lords. Like most scrolling shooters, there are several weapons and power-ups that can be collected.
The main Kunai hit and three secondary weapons from Musha Aleste return, along with new power levels for the main hit and a new secondary weapon. The subsystem has been completely redesigned: the player is always accompanied by two indestructible units, which also fire their own secondary weapons. The ability to command warships has been replaced with new secondary weapons that attack in a variety of directions. In addition, sub-ships can be launched at the enemy.
Aleste starts with nothing but primary and secondary shots, and will return to this state whenever the player loses a life. To power up the main weapon, the player must collect small power-ups that drop from a certain type of friendly ship. As more chips are collected, the number of knives in one shot will increase (up to four), and eventually, Aleste can start firing more powerful fireballs instead.
Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.