Galaxy Crisis is the built-in title for the GameKing III. It is a sci-fi themed vertical-scrolling shooter.
A horizontal shoot 'em up with WW2 fighter planes originally developed by NMK for the arcades and later ported to the Sega Mega Drive.
Arcade style shoot em up from PlatinumGames and Hamster inspired by Moon Cresta and Terra Cresta. Teased as an April Fools joke in 2020 but announced a year later.
REVO is a neon space shoot ‘em up fueled by a nostalgia for arcade classics and 1980’s science fiction like Galaga, TRON, and The Last Starfighter.
Raiden IV is the continuation of the bullet hell Raiden series, picking up after Raiden III. Released in 2009, it's up to the player to defeat the alien race of the Cranassians.
Foobar Versus the DEA
Vertical shoot-em-up released in 1996 for Classic Mac OS developed by Funner. Featuring vibrant comic-inspired graphics, the game's protagonist Foobar flies off to rescue his boyfriend Ned.
Shoot-em-up inspired by Asteroids released in 1996 for Classic Mac OS developed by High Risk Ventures.
Jeff Minter is working on a new update to his trippy take on Tempest for modern consoles.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Luna II no Tatakai
A Gundam shoot-'em-up for the Sharp X1 and, fittingly enough, Bandai RX-78 Gundam.
Kim Kim Dan Dan
Kim Kim Dan Dan was a shoot-'em-up released by dB-Soft for Sharp X1, Bandai Gundam RX-78, and Mitsubishi Multi-8.
Sesshouseki - Malice Eater
A doujin shoot-em-up developed by Project Noise, featuring a position-based power-up system.
Shikhondo: Soul Eater
A Korean shoot-'em-up heavily influenced by the Touhou Project series, Shikhondo follows the Grim Reaper and her companion as they hunt down escaped youkai and extricate the souls they collected.
Sprite × Xevious
Sprite × Xevious is a cross-promotion by Coca-Cola archiving Xevious online for free with the added benefits of unlimited lives, and Sprite.
Bio-Ship Paladin is a scrolling shooter that was originally released in arcades with a home follow-up on the Genesis.
An arcade revival of the classic Aleste series of console/handheld sci-fi shoot-'em-ups, featuring classic-style pixel art and a unique game mechanic where each of the four weapon types swaps the ship itself from a team of four.
A side-scrolling shoot-'em-up where each player's ship attacks in all four directions using satellite units. Along with its unconventional story involving the disappearance of Earth's women, it also features Taito mascots Chack'n and Bub as sub-bosses.
A vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up by Taito, where players fly over Tokyo with a red plane that can capture other smaller planes to build a squadron. Players can then choose between three squad formations, each with different anti-air and anti-ground capabilities.
Grid Seeker: Project Storm Hammer
A vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up set in a near-future Middle East, in which players can choose from a fighter jet, attack chopper, or stealth bomber, each equipped with "Grid" satellite units that can absorb enemy shots to power bomb abilities.
A vertical shoot-'em-up by Mitchell, where players can choose from three different biplanes (each with their own upgrade weapon path).