Girl Shooters
Girl Shooters Box Art 1
Box Art (Bandai Extreme)
Developer Treasure
Azumanga Interactive
Publisher Bandai Namco Games
Platform Bandai Extreme
Bandai PocketTurbo
Genre Run And Gun
Modes 2 Players
Ratings E 10+ for Everyone 10+

Girl Shooters is a run and gun video game featuring the younger versions of Nanoha Takamachi and Fate Testarossa from Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha developed by Treasure and Azumanga Interactive, and published by Bandai Namco Games for the Bandai Extreme and Bandai PocketTurbo.

The game is a hack of the Sega Genesis game Gunstar Heroes. The level designs and music are changed in order to fit with the theme of the game.


Girl Shooters is a side scrolling shooter. The player has four weapons to choose from, and these four can be combined in pairs to create an additional 10 weapons, for a total of 14. In addition to the weapons, the player can engage enemies in close quarters combat. It is possible to grab and toss enemies, perform sliding and jumping attacks and a long-range skid.

Unlike most games in the genre, the player has a life total calculated in numbers. Death to a player requires multiple hits but just one death will issue the option to continue from the start of the level or to end the game. Players have unlimited continues.

The main highlight of the game are its boss encounters, which often feature large enemies made up of multiple sprites allowing for fluid movement.



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